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See Candidates Qualified For 2015 UNN Post-UTME

The JAMB performance index of UNN for the 2015 UTME shows how many candidates are potentially eligible for the 2015 Post UTME screening. The UNN Cut-off mark for the 2014/2015 admission is 180 and if the same is used for the 2015/16 admission, the following number of candidates would have qualified for the 2015 screening exercise.

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Number of Candidates Qualified For UNN Post-UTME 2015 /2016

The following are the number of candidates that have potentially qualified for the University of Nigeria, Nsukka PUTME screening for this coming session, if the cut-off mark of 180 is maintained.

First Choice – 50,618 Candidates

Second Choice – 83 Candidates

Third Choice – 18 Candidates

Fourth Choice  – 0 Candidates

Total Number  – 50,719 Candidates

Please, you should endeavour to check the UNN latest update on Post-UTME 2015

ALSO SEE: Guide To Prepare & Succeed In Post-UTME Exercise

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