Additionally, applicants will also need a good O’level result with good grades to be eligible for admission.
How to calculate admission chances.
For any applicant to be qualified for admission, such must meet the cut off mark and also have a good O’level result.
These are the two most important requirements for JAMB admission. Therefore, all candidates are expected to have a good JAMB score and good O’level result.
Apparently, meeting the general FUKashere JAMB cut-off mark of 180 doesn’t necessarily mean you are qualified for admission rather, it shows that you are qualified to apply and participate in the Post UTME screening exercise.
What will qualify candidates to be admitted is meeting their departmental cut off mark and having a good O’level result.
A good O’level result ranges from having at least a C grade or above in your 5 core subjects.
Below will tell you more about the FUKashere departmental cut-off mark for all courses, departments, and faculty.
FUKashere Departmental Cut Off Mark for all course
Have you ever heard about a situation where an aspirant that scores high is denied admission but the one with a low JAMB score got admitted?
In some cases, scoring higher than someone doesn’t mean you a stand a better chance than others with a low score.
Let me explain this better. For instance, you may apply for Law with a JAMB score of 250 and not get admitted but another person applies for microbiology with a JAMB score of 200 and gets admitted.
The difference here is the departmental cut off point. This simply means that the departmental cut-off mark for Law is higher than that of Microbiology.
So all you need to stand a better chance for admission is meeting your departmental cut off point.