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Jamb Released General Cutoff Marks For Universities, Polytechnics And Colleges Of Education

Jamb Released General Cutoff Marks For Universities, Polytechnics And Colleges Of Education

This is to inform the general public that Joint Admission And Matriculation Board (JAMB) had released general cutoff marks all schools including federal universities, state universities, private universities, federal polytechnics, state polytechnics, private polytechnics, federal colleges of education, state colleges of education and private colleges of education.

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The general cutoff marks are to guide all the schools (universities, polytechnics and colleges of education) on how to conduct their PostUTME examinations which will kick off in no distance time. 
This general cutoff marks determine the school candidate will choose and apply.
Any candidate that scores below the cutoff marks is not eligible for admission in that particular school.

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The general cutoff marks are the minimum cutoff marks a candidate supposed to score for him or her to be eligible for applying for the school and know the chances of getting admission.
The higher your jamb score, the more chances you get for admission.
Jamb cutoff marks does not guarantee one of getting admission into his or her desire university. 
Again all the schools have their own general cutoff marks and departmental cutoff marks.
General Cutoff Marks are different from departmental cutoff marks.
The difference is that the school general cutoff marks makes you eligible to apply for admission and a chance to gain admission in the school no matter the particular course that you are given to.
While departmental cutoff marks qualifies you of gaining admission on the course and department you applied for.

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Below are Jamb general cutoff marks for universities, polytechnics and colleges of education.
UNIVERSITIES
Federal Universities: 160
State Universities: 160
Private Universities: 160

POLYTECHNICS
Federal Polytechnics: 140 - 120
State Polytechnics: 140 - 120
Private Polytechnics: 140 - 120

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COLLEGES OF EDUCATION
Federal Colleges of Education: 120 - 100
State Colleges of Education: 120 - 100
Private Colleges of Education: 120 - 100

Note: Some Schools may increase their general cutoff marks as permitted by Jamb but won't exceed above 200.
Such schools are competitive and admissions into your desired course is hardly to get.

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