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What JAMB Said About 2020 Cut-off Marks

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released an update on the 2020 cut-off marks for admission. By this, we mean the least UTME score that schools will use to consider candidates for admission.

Every year, JAMB announces the general cut-off mark for Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges in Nigeria. However, the 2020 cut-off marks for 2020 have not been released for obvious reasons. The outbreak of the CVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria has slowed down many activities and even even grounded others. For this reason, candidates are growing impatient and hence, keep searching for cut-off marks.

What JAMB Says About 2020 Cut-off Marks

What JAMB Says About 2020 Cut-off Marks

On the 6th of April 2020, JAMB announced on its official Twitter page that it has not released the recommended cut-off marks for 2020/2021 admissions. Just as we have advised, disregard any website or person who claims to know the JAMB cut-off mark for 2020.

We have repeatedly say on this website that the cut-off marks you see here are for the previous sessions. The one that schools will use for the next session are not yet out. We only published those posts to guide you and know what to expect.

CHECK: Cut-off Marks Used By Schools for Admission Last Session.

Below is the message from JAMB via their Twitter handle:

Finally, we advise candidates to be patient. The country is on a lockdown, therefore, no school will make any decision on the cut-off mark at this time.

Check out our COVID-19 update page to get the latest information. Let us all take action so that we can quickly flatten the curve and see the end of this pandemic. Even by staying at home, you are doing something.

Thank you as you take action today.

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