LATEST news reaching our news desk today is that the Management of the University of Ibadan (UI) has just disclosed that the UI cut off mark is not 250 as is been circulated on Social Media.

According to information directly from the Vice Chancellor of the academic institution, the University of Ibadan, UI official cut off marks for admission is not 250 as speculated.

This information was relayed to the candidates while they were almost commencing registration for the screening test or examination.

Certain persons are circulating the news that the UI cut off marks for 2019 is 250, which is a lie. Rumour has it that other Federal universities, which are among the most sought-after schools in 2019 UTME, have also increased their JAMB cut off mark from 200 to 250, and these schools include:

Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) Ife, Osun State,
University of Ibadan (UI), Oyo State,
University of Ilorin (UNILORIN), Kwara State,
University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN), Enugu State.

Reacting to this news swiftly, the current Vice-Chancellor of UI, Prof. Isaac Adewole, disclosed to newsmen that “the University of Ibadan (UI) JAMB cut-off point to qualify candidates for post-UTME in University of Ibadan is still 200, and not 250.

The VC went on to say that the school management will use that in conjunction with the post-UTME scores of candidates to give them admission into the school.”

Qualification for Admission Into the University of Ibadan for 2019

We would love to inform and notify all candidates who chose the University of Ibadan as their first choice while filling the UTME registration form as their preferred institution and scored a minimum of 200 and above in the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) are eligible to participate in the 2019/2020 Post-UTME screening exercise.

UI Cut off Marks 2019

The University of Ibadan cut off mark for 2019 has been pegged at 200. You can also check other Universities cut off marks by Clicking Here.

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