Jamb 2013/2014 Candidate Should Not Lose Hope Yet – Institutions may cut from 150
The latest report reaching www.nigeriaschool.com.ng is that the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board(JAMB) might reduce the 2013/2014 Jamb cut-off mark to 150. We therefore advice all candidates who wrote the UTME 2013/2014 Jamb examination not to loose hope yet over the mass failure of Jamb examination, but we don’t know how true this information is, because a lot of Universities who has released the Requirements for Admission into their Institution cut 180 and above, University of Benin Cut off mark is 200 and above, you can read the full requirements for admission into Uniben for the 2013/2014 academic session Here
However, we received information that many Universities/Polytechnics and College of Education in Nigeria are yet to announce their various school/admission cut of mark , due to the ” Mass Failure ” recorded in the Jamb 2013 exams.
The Federal Government of Nigeria told news men even before Jamb 2013 examination commenced, that more than 500,000 thousand Jamb candidates will succeed in getting admission into universities and polytechnics for the 2013/2014 academic session.
We also received reports that the number of candidates to be admitted into universities and polytechnics are less compared to the agreement of Federal Government and Jamb over admission into universities and polytechnics for 2013/2014 session.
We, freebrowsinglink.com team advice all Jambites that scored 150 and above to keep visiting freebrowsinglink.com as the schools release their current admission cut off mark for 2013/2014, we were reliably informed that Jamb 2013 cut-off mark for Admission will be officially out in June. Also, we expect that Colleges of Education cut-off mark will be between 150.
All Candidates are waiting for Jamb to release the cut-off mark for admission into Institution of their choice, and also some schools as we said above, has already released their admission requirements, we hope every candidates will be given a chance to struggle for admission. (Yes, in Nigeria, we struggle for Admission, Education is no longer the right of Nigeria Citizen but….)
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