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Students Please Take Note: Universities That Accept Low JAMB Scores (160 and Above) For Post-UTME Screening

The purpose of this post is to make it easier for candidates with low JAMB scores (160 and above) to be able to know federal and state universities that can accept them for Post-UTME screening exercise.

At the moment, below is the list of universities that accept low JAMB scores (160 and above) for Post-UTME screening exercise. Please note that this is based on what the school used as their cut-off marks last year.

IMPORTANT: It is advisable you do a JAMB change of institution to any of these schools you wish to apply to in order to stand a good chance of getting admitted.

Universities That Accept Low JAMB Scores (160 and above) For Post-UTME Screening

  1. Cross River State University of Technology (CRUTECH): Cut-off mark is 160
  2. Federal University Otuoke (FUOTUOKE): Cut-off Mark is 160
  3. Yobe State University (YSU): Cut-off mark is 160
  4. University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID): Cut-off Mark is 160
  5. University of Calabar (UNICAL): Eligible JAMB Score is 160
  6. Ebonyi State University (EBSU): Cut-off Mark: 170-250 depending on the course
  7. Ambrose Alli University (AAU): Eligible JAMB Score 170
  8. Bauchi State University (BASU): Cut-off Mark Is 160
  9.  Federal University Gusau (FUGUS): Cut-off Mark is 160
  10.  Kogi State University (KSU): Cut-off Mark is 160 – 230 depending on the course
  11. Sule Lamido University (SLU): Cut-off Mark Is 160-180 depending on the course
  12. Nasarawa State University (NSUK): Cut-off mark Is 170
  13.  Gombe State University (GSU): Cut off Mark is 160
  14.  Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida University (IBBU): Cut-off Mark is................................READ MORE


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