What Is The Cutoff Mark For Obafemi Awolowo University Jamb?


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Connor Sephton answered
The cut-off mark for Obafemi Awolowo University (JAMB) is not listed on the Internet - there are some bogus lists of cut-off marks posted on Internet website message boards, but these should probably be avoided, as they can be quite misleading. The only way to get factual, accurate information about JAMB cut-off marks for Obafemi Awolowo University is to contact JAMB and Obafemi Awoloqo University representatives directly.

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  • The best African schools will set academic standards, and students will need to meet them before they can ascend into the world of post-secondary education. For example, a grade which is several percentages above a typical passing mark of 50% may be required to get into an African university. Certain fields of study, such as medicine or law, which require greater levels of aptitude, logic, and discipline, may require higher academic levels for applicants.
  • Since the cut-off marks will vary from program to program, the best choice is to work hard, study diligently, and prepare to get a percentage of 80% or more. With this type of average, it's usually possible to get into any competitive academic program in an African university. However, it's always best to confirm cut-off levels with University and JAMB personnel before filling out an application.
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Gideon Godpower Profile
Gideon Godpower answered
What would you like to know?
Jorome Joseph Profile
Jorome Joseph answered
Maybe it will be 180 or 200 becos of the percentage that score 200 and above.

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