JAMB Cut-off Mark for Medicine and Surgery 2022/2023

Candidates want to know the JAMB cut-off mark for Medicine and Surgery for 2022/2023 academic session. Now that the results of the 2022 JAMB UTME are out, candidates generally want to know cut-off marks for all schools.

Although, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) normally releases general cut-off marks for admission, candidates usually want to know the specific cut-off points for their chosen course of study. This is especially more common for candidates who have chosen courses such as Medicine and Surgery, Engineering and some other professional courses.

JAMB Cut-off Mark for Medicine and Surgery

Information on JAMB Cut-off Mark for Medicine and Surgery

As a result of facts mentioned above, we would like to share some information on cut-off marks for medicine and surgery. Despite the fact that JAMB releases a general mark for admission, that used for courses like Medicine and Surgery and Engineering are usually higher.

Moreover, each university tend to set a different cut-off mark for their medicine and surgery programmes. For example, the cut-off mark for medicine and surgery at UNN will be different from marks set at UNIBEN. This is also true for UNIZIK, ABU Zaria, University of Ibadan and other universities.

Medicine and Surgery Cut-off Marks of Different Schools:

Below are universities running medicine and surgery programmes all over Nigeria. Click on applicable links to go to the page listing cut-off marks for all their courses.

On the resulting page, scroll to the section that has the minimum JAMB UTME result (mark) required for admission into Medicine and Surgery.

In conclusion, there are different cut-off marks at different schools foe medicine and surgery. Just check the one for your school. If you school is not selected, you can ask in the comment section.

ALSO SEE: Post-UTME Cut-off Marks for all Schools and Courses.

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