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UNIJOS JAMB Cut Off Mark For All Courses 2024/2025 Academic Session

UNIJOS Departmental Cut Off Mark
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UNIJOS has released the cut-off marks for the 2023/2024 academic session. If you are aspiring to study at the University of Jos, you need to know the JAMB and departmental cut-off marks for your desired course.

The cut-off mark is the minimum score you need to attain in the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB) Unified Tertiary Matriculations Examinations (UTME) to be considered for admission into UNIJOS.

UNIJOS Cut off Mark 2023

For the 2023/2024 academic session, the UTME cut-off mark for UNIJOS is set at 180.

It’s essential to note that UNIJOS has a fixed cut-off mark for all admission seekers into the school.

To be eligible for admission, you must have scored at least 180 in your UTME and have a good O’Level result with at least 5 credits in the WASSCE or NECO exams.

If you made UNIJOS your first choice in the UTME and met the minimum cut-off mark, you can apply for admission into your department of choice.

However, if you didn’t meet the cut-off mark, don’t worry; there are supplementary forms available for candidates who need another chance.

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UNIJOS Departmental Cut Off Mark

As you consider applying to the University of Jos, keep in mind that the departmental cut-off mark is also set at 180.

Any changes to this cut-off mark will be updated on the UNIJOS website, so make sure to stay updated with the latest information.

Below are the cut off marks for each department.

S/N COURSES IN THE FACULTY OF: CUT-OFF POINT
1. Faculty of Agriculturea. Agricultural Science 180
2. Faculty of Artsa. All Programmes 180
3. Faculty of Basic Medical Sciencesa. Biochemistry 200
4. Faculty of Clinical Sciencesa. Medicine and Surgery 240
5. Faculty of Dental Sciencesa. Dentistry 200
6. Faculty of Educationa. All Programmes 180
7. Faculty of Engineeringa. Civil Engineering

b. Electrical Electronics Engineering

c. Mechanical Engineering

d. Mining Engineering

200

200

200

180

8. Faculty of Environmental Sciencesa. Architecture

b. All other Programmes

220

180

9. Faculty of Health Science and Technologya. Nursing Sciences

b. Medical Laboratory Science

220

220

10. Faculty of Lawa. Law 200
11. Faculty of Management Sciencesa. Accounting

b. Business Administration

c. All other Programmes

200

200

180

12. Faculty of Natural Sciencesa. Computer Science

b. All other Programmes

200

180

13. Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciencesa. Pharmacy 220
14. Faculty of Social Sciencesa. Psychology

b. Economics

c. Criminology

d. All other Programmes

200

200

200

180

15. Faculty of Veterinary Medicinea. Veterinary Medicine

How to Calculate UNIJOS Aggregate Score

Calculating your UNIJOS aggregate score is a straightforward process that involves combining your O’level grades and JAMB score.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it:

Step 1: Calculate your O’level Point

Add up the grades you obtained in your O’level subjects. Each grade has a corresponding point value. For example:

  • A1 = 6 points
  • B2 = 5 points
  • B3 = 4 points
  • C4 = 3 points
  • C5 = 2 points
  • C6 = 1 point

If you have 3 A’s and 2 B’s in your O’level result, your O’level point will be:

(3 x 6) + (2 x 5) = 18 + 10 = 28 points

Step 2: Calculate your JAMB Point

Divide your JAMB score by the total mark (usually 400) and then multiply it by 60. This will give you your JAMB point.

For example, if you scored 240 in JAMB:

240/400 * 60 = 36 points

Step 3: Calculate your Aggregate Score

Add up your O’level point and JAMB point to get your final aggregate score:

Aggregate Score = O’level Point + JAMB Point
Aggregate Score = 28 + 36 = 64 points

That’s your final aggregate score, which will be used for admission consideration.

Keep in mind that the cut-off marks for various courses at UNIJOS might differ, and they are usually expressed as percentages.

For example, if a course has a cut-off mark of 80%, it means you need to score 80% of the maximum aggregate score for that course to be considered for admission.

If you have any questions or need further clarification, feel free to ask in the comment box below.

We are here to help you. Good luck with your admission process!

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