List Of Universities That may Accept 180 In JAMB


The 2015 CBT die has been cast and results are trickling in, while lucky and brilliant ones scored 200 and above, a few others got below 200 or 180 and above.

Since the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination is not the final test scores for admission into Nigerian Universities, this post will enlighten students on schools that accept the cut off mark they obtained while we wait for the official University cut off mark from JAMB.

This list was compiled  based on previous years, though.

The following schools and others not mentioned accept scores ranging from 180 and above.

Candidates with such marks in the ongoing 2015 Computer Based Test should therefore check their fates.

I think after this post,  questions like “does UNN accept 180 in JAMB, What is JAMB cut off mark for…, can I gain admission into university with 190, and other  likely questions will dwindle.

Rather see for yourself below.

Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto: 180

University of Uyo, Uniuyo: 180

University of Calabar Unical: 180

Federal University of Technology Owerri, FUTO: 180

University of Agriculture, Abeokuta UNAAB: 180

University of Jos UNIJOS: 180

Niger Delta University NDU: 180

TAI Solarin University of Education TASUED: 180

Federal University Dutsin-Ma, Katsina: 180

Federal University Oye-Ekiti: 180

Federal University, Otuoke, Bayelsa State: 180

Ebonyi State University EBSU: 180

Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun: 180

Enugu State University of Science Tech: 180

Rivers State University of Science and Technology, RSUS T:180

Delta State University, Abraka, DELSU: 180

Abia State University, Uturu, ABSUU: 180

University of Maiduguri, UNIMAID: 180

Kogi State University, KSU: 180

Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike: 180

Anambra State University: 180

Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma: 180

Kaduna State University, KASU: 180

Imo State University IMSU: 180

NOTE that  University of Ilorin used 180 in their last 2 years post UTME.

Do you have any clue as to what your institution will/may accept as their cut -off mark? Please use the comment section to share your thought on this issue.

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