FULOKOJA Cut-Off Mark For 2022/2023 Admission Out

Federal University Lokoja, FULOKOJA cut-off mark for the 2020/2021 academic session’s admission is out. The management of the university announced the admission point together with the commencement of sales of FULOKOJA Post-UTME forms for admission. This post shares the details of the JAMB score requirement for admission.

The Federal University Lokoja, FULOKOJA Central Admissions Committee’s cut-off mark will serve as the benchmark JAMB score for admission into the university for the next academic session

Candidates/Prospective students are hereby advised to check the cut off point before proceeding to apply for the FULOKOJA Post-UTME screening form. See the full details below.

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FULOKOJA Cut-Off Mark for Post-UTME

The Federal University Lokoja (FULOKOJA) admission cut-off points for the coming session admission exercise has been released as follows:

Only candidates who applied through JAMB for UTME Admission, chose Federal University Lokoja as the most preferred choice and scored 170 and above (220 and above for MBBS) are eligible to participate in the online screening exercise.

In other words, the FULOKOJA cut-off mark is 220 for MBBS (Medicine). It is 170 for all other courses and programmes on offer at the Federal University Lokoja.

Candidates should frequently visit the university website for updates regarding the upcoming post-UTME screening process.

Other Notes:

Candidates who applied to other universities but wish to transfer their application to Federal University Lokoja can do so. This will make them eligible for the post-UTME screening exercise. To become eligible, they are advised to do so as soon as possible before the exercise commences.

To apply for your screening, click the following link: FULOKOJA Post-UTME Form.

The Federal University Lokoja, following a declaration by the late President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan was founded on February 16, 2011, along with eight other new Federal institutions. The University is located in Nigeria’s Kogi State’s capital city of Lokoja, in the North Central political region.

Best of luck from NGScholars!!!

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