UNIMAID Cut Off Marks. The admission board for University of Maidugri have released UNIMAID cut off mark for the 2021/2022 admission screening exercise.
Candidates who scored exactly or above the cut off mark are eligible to apply for the post UTME form. Those who did not meet the minimum point should apply for supplementary, otherwise, do JAMB change of Institution.
At the end of this article, you will learn how UNIMAID admission works. Kindly be informed that UNIMAID is one of the federal Universities in in Nigeria. Also, it offers Associate’s Degree, Bachelor Degree, Master’s degree and PhD degree.
See Also: UNIMAID Post UTME Form
JAMB Cut Off Mark for UNIMAID 2021
Candidates who meet the minimum JAMB result point are eligible for admission. Also, you have to make the University as your 1st or 2nd choice in UTME.
The minimum Point you need in JAMB to apply for UNIMAID entrance admission form is 150. Furthermore, admission will be for those that meet the school requirements.
In addition, some departments do fix higher cut off mark. While others use normal JAMB cut off mark.
UNIMAID Departmental Cut Off Mark 2021/2022
This is usually set after all exams. Departmental cut off mark is set for every course. To qualify for admission fully, you need to score up to the minimum point. With a score of 150 in screening exams, you are qualified for admission.
See courses which requires higher JAMB and aptitude test score (point). When calculating your aggregate score, make sure you use UTME and post utme scores.
- Political Science
- Medicine and Surgery
- Nursing Science
- Engineering Courses except ( agricultural engineering)
- Mass communication
- Dentistry etc.
See Also: JAMB Cut Off Marks
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