Do you want to score 200 and Above in the forthcoming JAMB 2019 Examination? then this is a MUST read article for you! You may be thinking ‘YES! I made it’, but you should remember, that there have been candidates who have scored 200 + and above, but failed to be admitted into the school they selected as their preferred academic institution.
The truth is this if you scored 200 and above, you’re way better and have higher chances of been admitted into your preferred institution, since almost all Nigeria Universities JAMB Cut Off Marks For 2019 is 180 and above.
- Latest JAMB Cut Off Marks for Nigeria Schools
- JAMB CUT Off Marks For Universities, Polytechnics, COE
- Post UTME Cut off Marks For Admission Into Nigerian Universities
But the only difference is that some courses have higher cut off marks than others, an example of such course are:
- Engineering, etc.
Not to mention, that there are many people who are competing for admission in your course/preferred academic institution with higher scores in JAMB UTME.
You should be prepared to tackle this problem with your screening. The very next issue you should be preparing to tackle is your school of choice UTME screening exercise.
Take note, that the scores you make during your screening exercise, have the power to determine whether you will be getting admitted or not, so take this information seriously.
One of the highlights of the screening exams is that 50% of the questions are always coming from past post utme questions, so, I 100% recommend that you go through your school of choice past Post UTME questions and answers.
Make sure you go through them and have a clearer understanding of the questions and answers.
You should also take note, that the screening examination date for 2019 has not yet been released for all Nigeria Universities, Polytechnics, College of Education, etc.
However, when the dates are released, we’ll ensure that we get you informed immediately, through this platform.
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