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Although there are several exams and tests that one can sit for to gain entry into a higher institution, the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) remains the major examination to gain entry into a higher institution in Nigeria.
The Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) is a standardized computer-based test administered yearly by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB).
After the examinations, a cut-off mark for all Universities across the country is set.
JAMB Cut Off Mark usually is set based on the performances of candidates who sat for the examination as they are put into great consideration.
This includes universities, Polytechnics, Monotechnic, and colleges of education.
Is JAMB Cut Off Mark for 2021 Out?
JAMB Cut-off marks for Federal Universities, State Universities, Polytechnics, College of Education for 2021/2022 Admissions is OUT.
Unlike in the past when JAMB recommends a cut-off mark for admission into universities, polytechnics, and colleges of education, this time around, each institution has been allowed to admit based on their recommendation.
Based on this development, the cut-off for university admission for 2021 is between 210 and 120; polytechnics-180-100 and NCE-150-100.
Pan African University proposed a cut-off mark of 210, the highest, University of Lagos, 200, Lagos State University, 190, Covenant University, 190, Mountaintop University-140, Joseph Ayo Babalola- 120, Afe Babalola University-180 and Redeemers University 170.
For polytechnics, Federal Polytechnic Nekede has the highest cut-off of 180, Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro has a cut-off of 150 while the cut-off marks for colleges of education are between 150 and 100.
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