- Ishaq Oloyede, registrar, JAMB, made this known on Tuesday at the policy meeting of the stakeholders of tertiary institutions in Abuja.
He said the stakeholders unanimously agreed that the minimum cut-off marks for university degree is to stand at 120.
The stakeholders, according to him, pegged that of polytechnic to be 100, colleges of education 100, while national innovative enterprise institution remained at 110 marks.
The registrar said the timelines for admission of first choice was October 15, while second choice would be December 15.
Edited from The Cable
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has fixed the cut off marks for tertiary institutions.