JAMB is Planning to Reduce Cut-Off Mark for Admission

(Last Updated On: May 2, 2018)

In a bid to increase access to tertiary education, the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) is likely to reduce the national cut-off mark from the current 180 score. This is imperative due to the inability of some of the institutions to implement the national cut-off mark of 180 score.

According to the registrar of JAMB,

“A large number of institutions, particularly the budding ones, have applied for a waiver to enable them admit candidates who in some instances scored below 180 marks. For some, this may sound unreasonable with the largely false impression that a large percentage of those who score above 180 and are qualified for admission cannot find any placement in our institutions.”

He further said,

“I think this cry needs attention, otherwise, some of these institutions whether public or privately-owned may soon begin to wobble or even close shops. This will be counter-productive and even defeat the government policy of expansion of access to higher education and manpower development”.

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