Nigerian Universities That Accept 120 As Cut Off Mark

We are pleased to inform all students who wish to study in any Nigerian Universities and scored below 150 in this year’s JAMB that there are Universities in Nigerian that accepts Students who scored 120.

Nigerian universities set their own admissions standards. Due to the growing number of universities in Nigeria’s sprawling higher education system, this practice became problematic, and, in 1978, the Nigerian government established the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) to oversee a centralized admissions test called the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME).  The fiscal crisis of the Nigerian government has recently led to discussions about abolishing the JAMB as a cost-cutting measure. In November of 2016, the JAMB announced that it did no longer have adequate funds to effectively conduct the nation-wide UTME. Despite these financial difficulties, all public universities are presently mandated to use the governmental admissions test in their admissions decisions, even though some universities have additional requirements going beyond the UTME.

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Many universities also conduct additional screening or post-UTME examinations before a final admission decision is made. These post-UTME requirements can be demanding and are often reported to be a source of frustration for Nigeria’s university applicants. In 2016, the JAMB announced a number of reforms, including stopping universities from using written post-UTME exams, as well as changes to the UTME scoring system. As of February 2017, the status of the reforms was unclear, due to resistance from universities. Many universities continued to use post-UTME exams in the fall 2016 admissions cycle.

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The following Universities that set their cut-off mark at include:

1. Achievers University

2. Adeleke University,

3. Caleb University,

4. Fountain University,

5. Caritas University,

6. Novena University,

7. Renaissance University,

8. Ojiagu-agbani University,

9. Evangel University,

10. McPherson University,

11. South Western University,

12. Samuel Adegboyega University,

13. Wellspring University,

14. Western Delta University,

15. Wesley University,

16. Summit University,

17. Edwin Clark University,

18. Hezekiah University,

19. Kings University,

20. Arthur Javis University.

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