Nigerian universities have released cut-off marks for admission into their institutions for the 2016/2017 academic year.
|Abia State University, Uturu|
Based on the modifications made by JAMB for the 2016 admission process, cut off mark is now a summation of a candidate’s jamb score and post jamb score; which are both divided into two to get an aggregate score.
Prospective medicine students of the Nnamdi Azikwe University (UNIZIK) are expected to have a score of 293 while those interested in studying nursing must have a score of 272.5.
Law is 254 while the courses with the lowest cut-off marks are botany, quantity surveying, Agric and bio-resource; which are 190.5, 175 and 172.5 respectively.
In Obafemi Awolowo University, (OAU), the JAMB cut-off mark was pegged at 200 for all subjects and courses.
Law is 254, medicine 270.5, while international relations, public administration, and local government studies are among the courses with a cut-off mark of 200.
Abia State University (ABSU), like other institutions, has medicine as the course with the highest cut-off mark at 240.
Accountancy is 200 while French, Igbo and philosophy are 160, 180 and 180 respectively.
In a similar vein, University of Ilorin’s medicine and nursing is 240, Law is 220 while engineering, mass communication, business administration are 200.
Languages and education courses – and many others – have a cut-off mark of 180.