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What JAMB Cut-Off Mark Do You Want For Your Institutions This Year ?


The 2017 JAMB official cut-off marks for Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education are expected to be announced at the end of the policy meeting that will be held between August 21st and 22nd, 2017.

It is true that JAMB cut-off marks for the various institutions have remained the same in the recent past; however, a change can happen this year.

Do not forget that this will be the first time professor Oloyede will be presiding over the decision on cut-off marks and with the changes he had made so far in other areas, it won’t be a surprise if he makes another change on this one.

Also, the return of Post-UTME may in one way or the other influence the decision on 2017 cut off marks.

While we await the official announcement of the cut-off marks, this thread is for 2017/2018 UTME candidates to predict what they think would be the possible JAMB cut-off marks for admission this year.

You can register your predictions using the comment box. 

NGstudents Team Cares….. 

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16 Comments on What JAMB Cut-Off Mark Do You Want For Your Institutions This Year ?

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  3. UNILAG 200

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  7. 170 will be ok for all courses dis year




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