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JAMB Announces Cut Off Mark For 2015/16 Admission

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Updated July 14, 2015

JAMBThe Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB has announced 180 as cut off mark for candidates seeking admission into Nigerian universities in the 2015/16 academic session.

Registrar of the board, Professor Dibu Ojerinde, who made the announcement in Abuja at the end of the 2015 policy meeting of the board, also said that candidates seeking admission into polytechnics and colleges of education are expected to have a minimum score of 150 marks.

Professor Ojerinde, however, advised all universities, polytechnics and colleges of education to conclude the 2015/2016 admission exercise before October 31 with emphasis on 60% to 40% admission ratio in favour of the sciences and 70% to 30% admission ratio in favour of technical courses.

He further advised universities, polytechnics and colleges of education to adhere to the 2015 admission policy guidelines in order not to disenfranchise qualified students seeking tertiary education.