What are the list of Nigerian Universities that accepts 180 in JAMB as their official cut off marks?
This is one question that have leave several persons restless, and the cause of sleepless Nights to many others. The truth is that candidates of the 2018 JAMB UTME scored 180 and below this year, making it crucial to know Nigerian Universities that will be accepting 180 as their official cut off marks.
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I won’t want to give you false hope, as Jambguide.com is your spot for Jamb news, Here are Universities that accepts 180 in jamb for 2018/19 academic session.
Before anything else, please take note that Even the school in general, used 180 as their official cut off marks for admission, courses like Medicine and surgery, Pharmacy, Law, etc do needs like 200 and above jamb scores.
University of Jos UNIJOS
Tai Solarin University of Education TASUED
Federal University Dustsin-Ma, Kastina
Federal University Oye-Ekiti
Federal University Otuoke, Bayelsa State
Federal University of Technology Owerri, FUTO
Niger Delta University NDU
Ebonyi State University EBSU
River State University of Science and Technology, RSUST
Delta State University, Abraka, DELSU
Abia State University, Uturu, ABSUU
Federal University Of Petroleum Resource, Effurun
Enugu State University of Science Tech
Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma
University of Calabar UNICAL
Kogi State University KSU
Micheal Opara university of Agriculture, Umudike
Anambra State University
University of Maiduguri, UNIMAID
University of Uyo, UNIUYO
Imo State University IMSU
Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto
Kaduna State University KASU
University of Agriculture, Abeokuta UNAAB
Please take note that this is the lists of Universities which accept 180 in JAMB examination.
Please Note that the major reason why we did not made any attempt, to list names of private Universities, is because all private schools in Nigeria will admit you provided you have up to 180 score and you pass their Post-UTME screening exercise.