UTME 2020: 30 Universities that won’t accept candidates who score below 180

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UTME 2020: 30 Universities that won’t accept candidates who scored below 180

UTME 2020: This is to inform all candidates that about 30 degree-awarding institutions in Nigeria will not admit candidates who scored below 180 in the 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) for any programme of their choice.

But the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board-JAMB has set a benchmark to be 160 for all candidates who wish to study in any University of their choice.

The decision was reached through a voting system, However, some Universities said they will not go below 180 UTME scores as their cut-off mark for the 2020/2021 admission exercise.

Out of 30 institutions who decided not to go below 180, only one said its minimum cut-off mark is 210 while nine institutions said their minimum cut-off mark is 200.

Institutions that won’t accept less than 200

1) Bigard Memorial Seminary (Affiliated to University of Ibadan) –200

2) 5) Seminary of All Saints ( Affiliated to University of Benin)–200

6) University of Benin – 200

7) Pan- Atlantic University –210

8) University of Lagos –200

9) Immanuel College of Theology and Christian Education (Affiliated to University of Ibadan)—200

10) St. Peter and Paul Seminary — 200

Institutions that won’t accept less than 190

11) Lagos State University —-190

Institutions that won’t accept less than 180

12) Nigerian Army University – 180

13) Ekiti State University —180

14) Afe Babalola University—180

15) Baptist College Of Theology (Affl To Ambrose Alli Uni) –180

16) Anchor University, Ayobo —180

17) Pamo University Of Medical Science—180

18) Redeemers University, Osun State—180

19) Landmark University —- 180

20) Alex Ekwueme Federal University—180

21) University Of Ilorin, Ilorin—180

22) The University Of Jos —- 180

23) Federal University—180

24) University Of Abuja— 180

25) Bayero University—180

26) Ahmadu Bello University—180

27) Augustine University —180

28) Rivers State University —180

29) Spiritan Int’l School Of Theology (Affl To Univ Of Nig, Nsukka) –180

30) Adekunle Ajasin University –180

NOTE:

There are 182-degree awarding institutions in Nigeria, 10 of these said their minimum cut-off mark is 200 and above, 11 institutions said theirs will remain at 190 and above.

About 30 institutions said their cut-off mark is fixed at 180 and above. Also, 64 institutions’ cut-off marks will be from 170 and above. One hundred and twelve (112) institutions said their cut-off mark is pegged at 160 and above while 69 said their cut-off mark is 160 and below.

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