JAMB Cut off Marks for Admission in 2022–2023
Have you ever wondered what the cut off mark for JAMB 2022/2023 is? You may learn everything you need to know about the JAMB cut-off mark from this article.
Cut off points have been announced by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) for this year’s admission to universities, polytechnics, colleges of education, and monotechnic.How to Create a JAMB Profile and Update It (2022 JAMB Profile)
I’ll demonstrate the passing score requirements for all federal, state, and polytechnic institutions.
Let me be clear: Some of Nigeria’s best colleges do not recognize the common JAMB cut off grade for admission.http://www.jamb.org.ng
Before pursuing admission, it is important to click through your preferred university’s cut off score to avoid having to say, “I should have known.”
View the List of Schools and Their Cut off Marks
Note that JAMB has not yet announced the qualifying scores for 2022–2023.
For admission to public universities, private universities, public polytechnics, private polytechnics, and colleges of education, the minimal cut off scores recommended by JAMB are:
160 – public universities
140 – private universities
120 – Public Polytechnics
110 – private polytechnic colleges
100 – colleges of education
However, institutions are free to set their own cutoff marks for admission that are higher than the minimum provided by JAMB.
The 2021 Combined Policy Meetings on Admissions into Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria were when these choices were made.
Institutions are not to lower their minimum cut-off points for admissions than those set at the meeting, according to JAMB Registrar Prof. Is-haq Oloyede.
He said, “What JAMB has done is to recommend; We will follow their advice.”Specify the absolute minimum; the threshold you choose for entry is up to you.
To avoid being unable to pay school fees after getting admitted to a school, it is a good idea to be aware of the tuition and school costs of the institution before applying.
The board will make sure that during the admissions process, the admissions officers at the institutions strictly abide by the standards established by the Senate.