The university advised all candidates who chose the institution in the 2019/2020 Universal Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) to check out the cut-off marks for their respective courses of choice.
“Candidates whose scores fall below the released marks may wish to seek admission in institutions affiliated to the University of Ibadan or the University of Ibadan Distance Learning center for their degree programmes,”the university also stated in a statement available in its official website.
The university also advised candidates not to give money to any individual or group of persons who may promise to help them with admission.
Below is the full list of the programmes offered by the university and their cut-off marks.
The disclosure was made by JAMB registrar, Professor Ishaq Oloyede, when he was visited in his office by the director of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms, Dasuki Arabi.
The registrar stated that the move is in line with the directive of the federal government that NIMC should be the primary data collection centre.
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