Which University Will Accept below 180 JAMB Score For Admissions

universities that will Accept
below 180 in 2017 Jamb and
Admission exercise
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Aftermath the release of the 2017 jamb results brings
both happiness and sadness.
some scored higher and many score very low.
is there still hope for university Admission….?
These is the question pounding in the mind of all
candidates that scored below 180 in 2017 jamb exam.
well, based on jamb cut off mark and university
requirements, the minimum score for admission is 180 and
any candidates that score below 180 is not qualified for
Admission.
As of today, there is no university that accept below 180.
all universities will demand for 180 and above.
however the possibility of getting Admission into Nigeria
university is very high if you apply for IJMB ( interim join
Matriculation Board )
IJMB : Ijmb is a 9 months programme for Admission into
200 level without jamb and post UTME exam.
Ijmb has been in existence for over 70 year and it’s
accepted in many Nigerian universities.
The word IJMB stand for interim joint Matriculation Board
( Ijmb)
Candidates that wish to go for Ijmb does not need jamb
result and such candidate will secure Admission to 200
level.
Ijmb admission and Registration is still ongoing for 2017
and all interested applicants are advised to register now.
To register for Ijmb today visit
http://www.aboutijmb.com Now
For more question and enquiry on IJMB you can whatsapp
08175052585
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