University of Nigeria NSUKKA cut off mark

University of Nigeria NSUKKA cut off mark

The University of Nigeria, NSUKKA has finally announced it’s cut off marks for 2017/2018 session. Meeting the required cut off marks of the school for the preferred courses are one of the certain criteria. They should be observed by students that want to be admitted to any university. In order to be aware of the cut off mark of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, continue reading.

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Cut off Marks 2017/2018

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Meeting the cut off marks set by the university is essential in order to be accepted to the said university. However, meeting the marks does not mean that you will be given the admission. Candidates whose score was high above the cut off marks have more chances to be given the admission and preferentially treated in the admission process. So it is important that your score is higher than the cut off marks. If your preferable course has cut off marks higher than the number of points you’ve scored, it is better to choose another course or wait for a year, prepare for the exams and try again.

The Joints Admission and Matriculation Board, also known as JAMB has given the benchmark of 180 for candidates applying to all Polytechnics, Universities, and Colleges of Education. However, the school has the permission to change the cut off marks for particular courses. This means that, for example, the cut off marks for Medicine may be 200 when the cut off marks at the school is 180. As you can see, it is essential to have higher points in order to be given the admission to a preferable course.

UNN Cut off Marks 2017/2018

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Just as with other schools, the cut off marks at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka is 180 points. It means that the student with the score of 180 in UME examination is eligible to apply for the admission. However, it does not mean that the student will be given the admission. As we've said earlier, students with higher scores will be more preferable.

Various departments of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka have their cut off points. You can see them in the list below. They are divided into faculties.

Faculty Of Agriculture

1. Agric Economics - 227

2. Agric Extension - 201

3. Animal Science - 202

4. Crop Science - 206

5. Soil Science - 205

6. Fst - 227

7. Home Science - 200

8. Nutrition And Dietetics - 247

Faculty Of Arts

9. Archaeology & Tourism - 246

10. English And Literary Studies - 271

11. Fine And Applied Arts - 260

12. Foreign Languages - 254

13. History And International Studies - 259

14. Linguistics And Nigerian Languages - 245

15. Mass Communication - 268

16. Music - 255

17. Theatre And Film Studies - 254

18. Combined Arts - 201

Faculty Of Biological Sciences

19. Biochemistry - 248

20. Botany - 200

21. Combined Biological Sciences - 214

22. Microbiology - 243

23. Zoology - 207

Faculty Of Business Administration

24. Accountancy - 257

25. Banking & Finance - 229

26. Marketing - 207

27. Business Management - 233

Faculty Of Dentistry

28. Dentistry - 270

Faculty Of Education

29. Adult Education - 201

30. Education Art - 251

31. Education Chemistry - 203

32. Education Social Sciences - 245

33. Agric Education - 205

34. Business Education - 220

35. Guidance & Counselling - 263

36. Health Education - 206

37. Home Economics Education - 229

38. Industrial Technical Education - 236

39. Library And Information Science - 246

40. Science Education - 200

Faculty Of Engineering

41. Agric & Bioresources Engineering - 204

42. Civil Engineering - 248

43. Electrical Engineering - 242

44. Electronics - 232

45. Mechanic Engineering - 242

Faculty Of Environmental Studies

46. Architecture - 226

47. Estate Management - 201

48. Geoinformatics & Survey - 201

49. Urban And Regional Planning - 210

Faculty Of Health Science & Technology

50. Radiography - 266

51. Medical Rehabilitation - 258

52. Nursing - 268

Faculty Of Law

53. Law - 297

Faculty Of Medical Sciences

54. Medicine - 295

Faculty Of Pharmaceuticаl Sciences

55. Pharmаcy - 284

Faculty Of Physical Sciences

56. Computer Science - 227

57. Geology - 234

58. Mathematics - 200

59. Physics And Astronomy - 200

60. Pure And Industrial Chemistry - 206

61. Statistics - 200

62. Computer/Statistics - 200

Faculty Of Social Sciences

63. Economics - 260

64. Geography - 243

65. Philosophy - 259

66. Political Science - 275

67. Psychology - 252

68. Public Administration - 266

69. Religion - 232

70. Social Work - 213

71. Sociology/Anthropology - 260

Faculty Of Veterinary Medicine

72. Veterinary Medicine - 227

UNN Nature of Admission Screening 2017

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It is important to remember the screening exercises of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. They will come in two phases and the students who applied are to proceed for the pre-screening exercise.

You are required to have a JAMB registration print out and an SSCE result. You should also arrive very early in order to locate the screening venue,

The second phase of screening will be after the release of the admission lists. If you are in the lucky group, then you should have:

- Birth Certificate/Age Declaration;

- A letter of good conduct from your Village Head or a responsible member of your

community/or civil servant not below Grade Level 10 or equivalent in the private sector;

- Original copies of your educational qualifications (Statements of Results/Certificates);

- Certificate of Local Government of origin.

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The cut off marks are out now, so you know your chances of being given admission. If you have high scores then your chances are pretty good! If your preferable course has higher the cut off mark than your score then you should consider another course or wait for a year to take another JAMB exam. In any case, good luck!

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Source: Naija.ng

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