BREAKING: JAMB Pegs University Admission Scores At 140 (Details)

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has made an important pronouncement about admission requirements for Nigerian tertiary institutions. Following careful debate at the 2023 Policy Meeting on Admissions to Tertiary Institutions, which was held at the prestigious National Judicial Institute in Abuja, JAMB has set the minimal mark for getting admission into universities at 140.

Furthermore, JAMB has introduced a minimum cut-off mark of 100 for both Polytechnics and Colleges of Education. These judgements were taken with the goal of maintaining fair and consistent admission procedures across the country.

The Policy Meeting on Admissions provides an important forum for key stakeholders in the education sector to convene and develop admission policies that are in line with the changing requirements and ambitions of Nigerian students. The most recent advancements by JAMB demonstrate their commitment to preserving a transparent and equal system that allows competent candidates to pursue higher education.

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Prospective students and their families should keep these new minimum scores and cut-off marks in mind as they prepare for the forthcoming admissions process. The judgement of JAMB will have a significant impact on the future of tertiary education in Nigeria, ensuring that deserving students have access to quality educational opportunities.

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