FUAM Cut Off Marks 2024/2025. University of Ibadan, UI Admission Office, has released the minimum required Cut-off Marks for the 2024/2025 Admission screening (JAMB and Post UTME)
In this reading, you will confirm the fixed cut-off marks for admission into the University of Ibadan, Oyo Ibadan. The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB and the University Authority made this decision during their last general meeting. Remember, the cut-off mark or point is among the most essential admission eligibility criteria on the JAMB portal.
Other Admission Eligibility Includes;
- Candidates must choose their preferred school as the first choice in JAMB
- Upload O-level results on the JAMB Caps Portal
- Participate in JAMB and Post UTME screening
So, hoping to gain admission into any Nigerian higher institution if you have yet to reach their cut-off mark is a waste of time. Because of this, our team decided to research for you while bringing a piece of valid information you can rely on as an admission seeker, and this concerns understanding the importance of cut-off marks in entry admissions.
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If you are on this page, it is either you are checking for information for someone who has already applied for the UI admission form or is about to use it. Whichever may be the case, candidates seeking admission into any tertiary institution in Nigeria must be familiar with the cut-off mark for that particular school and the JAMB cut-off mark.
As we all know, less competitive courses have lower cut-off marks. In contrast, highly competitive courses like Medicine and Surgery, Accounting, Nursing, Pharmacy, banking and Finance, Computer Science, etc, require high cut-off points. Good preparation for your exams plus good performance is the perfect combo to scale through admission screening.
On the other hand, some schools will not give you headaches when applying for admission. Some of these institutions include universities that accept students with low JAMB and post-UTME screening points (score).
Furthermore, there is no difference between schools that accept low cut-off marks and the ones that offer admission to mainly students with high JAMB and Post UTME scores. In the end, everyone will graduate with the same degree results. Make sense, right? You can find out about those universities in the link below.↓↓↓
RECOMMENDED: Universities that Accept Low JAMB Score
In addition, cut-off marks are generally used in screening new aspirants. Specifically, those who applied through the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME)
UI JAMB Cut-Off Marks 2024/2025
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has published a fixed cut-off mark for all universities, including University of Ibadan, UI (Topic of this post). At the same time, the school sets its departmental cut-off point.
The minimum JAMB score for admission into University of Ibadan, UI is 150. It’s okay, right?. Congratulations if you score up to or above 150 in your JAMB. If you are preparing for your exams, our team wishes you the best of luck!
UI Departmental Cut-Off Marks
As discussed earlier, competitive courses and programmes require high JAMB exam scores and Post-UTME (Aptitude Test) screening scores, respectively. Scoring high in both exams will increase your chances of admission to the merit list.
However, the management of UI has yet to release the official departmental cut-off marks for this year’s admission as of the time of publishing this post.
While aiming to score 180 or above, we suggest you visit this page often because we will post cut-off marks for all departments as soon as it is released on the school portal and also provide the official link on the school portal for you to verify the information.
This page is updated frequently to give you the latest updates.
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