JAMB set its cutoff marks | universities and polytechnics for 2021/2022 Admission

AMB set its cutoff marks
AMB set its cutoff marks

The awaiting news is here, JAMB set its cutoff marks and we will be listing out all the universities’ cutoff marks that were released on this article.

We all know that the JAMB result for 2021 was really bad, most candidates were not happy to see their performance, and some said the results were compromised, felt bad for those candidates. if you had scored between then the range of 120 -178, we have made its article for you and all candidates seeking admission this year.

Even tho, you never made it to your dream institution, just know that you can still stand a chance to get admitted into a better university, you just have to do better this time in your post UTME.

Do you know with your low score of 150 you can still make it in your post UTME, check out this post on How to score high in the post UTME examination 2021/2022

During the 2021 policy meeting, the board took a decision that universities should choose their cutoff marks, the Registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede listed out some universities that have released their cut off marks. he wants further to say, “Institution has the liberty to decide cutoff marks on their own, he said JAMB won’t be releasing cutoff marks anymore”.

List of universities that has released their 2021/2022 cutoff marks

Make sure you keep checking on this list as it will be updated from time to time

though the list was released and the cutoffs look a bit better on states schools, schools like Osun state universities and other schools listed below said, candidates going for courses like medicine, law, Islamic law, nursing, and more are meant to score 200 or above.

JAMB set its cutoff marks

  • University of Maiduguri – 150
  • Usman Dan Fodio University – 140
  • University of Sokoto – 140
  • Pan Atlantic University – 210
  • University of Lagos – 200
  • Lagos State University – 190
  • Covenant University – 190
  • University of Ilorin – 180
  • Osun State University – 160 courses like Nursing, Medicine, Law Common and Islamic Law must score 200.
  • Kogi State University – cut off mark ranges between 160 – 220 depending on their courses
  • Ahmadu Bello University – 180
  • Rivers State University – 160
  • Benue State University – cutoff mark not decided yet for 2021
  • Nnamdi Azikwe University – Admission boards will meet soon to decide their cutoff mark.
  • Bayero University, Kano – 180

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However, for BUK the cut-off marks for some programs vary as follows:

  • Faculty of Allied Health Sciences – 200
  • Faculty of Clinical Sciences (MBBS) – 250
  • Faculty of Dentistry – 200
  • Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences – 220
  • Faculty of Law – 220
  • cut-off mark for Blind candidates (Only) is  160.
  • Ignatius Ajuru University of Education – 140.
  • Federal College of Dental Technology and Therapy, Enugu – 120

List of polytechnics that has released their cutoff marks

Make sure you keep checking on this list as it will be updated from time to time

Federal poly Nassarawa – 110 candidates that have obtained this score will sit for UTME.

Delta State Polytechnic – 140 – the candidate that has selected this school as their first or second choice, even though you did not choose them, you can apply as long as your score is 140 or above

Make sure you keep checking on this list as it will be updated from time to time

Will jamb change their cutoff mark for 2021/2022

the answer is no, according to Prof. Ishaq Oloyode, said changing of cutoff marks work be permitted after submission


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