JAMB Cut Off Marks for 2023/2024 Academic Session – The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board has announced the approved cut off mark for admission exercise. Here are all you need to know; the requirements, application closing date, and how to apply.
What Is JAMB Cut Off Mark?
“Cut off mark” as a term is used to refer to the Minimum Score one is permitted to score before being eligible to participate in a particular program.
Now, relating this definition to JAMB Cut off mark, It is the minimum score JAMBites are allowed to score in JAMB before allowed to participate in the Post UTME of their School of Choice.
Any students who gets below this score in JAMB, cannot be admitted into any University in Nigeria, except he explore other ways of getting admission aside JAMB.
JAMB Cut Off Marks for All Schools
The Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, Prof Ishaq Oloyede, has said that the vice-chancellors of Nigerian universities have agreed on 140 as the minimum benchmark for admissions for the 2023/2024 academic session.
Olojede, who said that universities had also been allowed to decide individual cut-off marks for their candidates, made this known during the 2023 policy meeting in Abuja.
Some institutions have however started proposing cut-off marks for their candidates. Both the University of Jos and the Federal University of Technology had proposed 180, while the University of Ibadan, University of Benin, and University of Lagos proposed 200 each among others.