Official Jamb Cut Off Mark for College of Education in Nigeria 2017





It might interest you to know that JAMB cut off mar for federal universities are higher than jamb cut off mark for private universities.

What is JAMB cut off Mark?
JAMB cut off mark is the leaset JAMB score that you need to get for a school to consider you for admission. Most university jamb cut of mark is 180. Polytechnic cut offf mark is from 150 and so on.

On Naijaparry.cf you will also see jamb cut off mark for universities as well as jamb cut off marks for Polytechnics. There are many higher institutions in Nigeria.

In Nigeria, either you go a university, polytechnic or college of education. Some candidates do also deice to go to innovation institutes. These lower tier academic institutions does not have stipulated jamb cut off marks for admission.

Jamb cut off mark for college of education 2017

From our findings, the official jamb cut off mark for colleges of education in Nigeria is 150.

This means that you have registered for jamb, sit for jamb cbt exam and score at least 150, you can get admission into college of education in Nigeria.

Don’t you have upto 150? If yes, don’t loose hope. Some colleges of education also accepts lower than 150.

We will soon bring you the list of all colleges of education that accept below 150 jamb cut off mark for admission.

Most Higher Intitutions in Nigeria Adopts Flesible Cut Off marks

Yes, this is because of the general performance in JAMB exam.

At the end of the exam, if many candidates get higher score, the cut off mark will increase. On the other hand, if the performance is bad i.e many candidate score too low, the cut off mark will be reduced.

What is your JAMB Score?

Kindly tell us your JAMB score in the comments section below so that we will advice you on what to do.

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9 thoughts on “Official Jamb Cut Off Mark for College of Education in Nigeria 2017

  1. I check my utm result and my score was very low 149 i dont now eider i fit go any institution, pls i need advise

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