Before the 2019 JAMB Unified Tertiary admission Examination (UTME) result was released, we've had numerous articles to assist and guide candidates for the 2018/2019 admission session. The primary aim of this post is to expose to students schools that accepts below 200 as their JAMB admission cut-off mark.So if you have questions like:
What are some Universities accepting Below 200 as Jamb Cutoff Mark ?
i scored 190,180,170,160,150 in jamb what school can i choose? then this article is yours.
We understand that some students might have a reason to change their school of admission choice due to the Jamb Score they got,in that regards,we are giving to you a good list of schools that accepts less than 200 as their Jamb admission cut-off marks.We've conjointly announced info on Jamb change of course/institution type, procedure and the way to create the selection of your new course and/or institution. This article was borne out of requests from our various readers on their jamb score being lesser than 200. Jamb UTME cut-off marks, Jamb Admission standing 2019, Jamb booklet for 2018/2019.The List of Universities/Polytechnics in this article accepts between 150 and 200 as their JAMB admission cut off mark yearly and 2019 is no exception.Even as they accept below 200 as their Jamb admission cut off marks, candidates are advised to make them first choice of institution. Some even settle for a 150 and lesser as Jamb cut off mark for admission into these Universities and Polytechnics.
The Below is a Comprehensive List Of Institutions Accepting Lesser than 200 for Admission in the 2019 JAMB admission session
Above are a list of the schools mostly universities, that we were able to lay our hands on last year. They accepted between 150 and 180 as jamb cut-off marks last year. These schools are great not minding their jamb cutoff mark for 2017/2018. We will create a post like this for the 2018/20179 admission for each school and their faculties after the post UTME examination so you can get infor on the post UTME cutoff marks for your schools of choice and post them based on cut-off marks. We shall update you when we do.