• The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has denied plans to sale scratch cards to candidates who are checking for the school they are reposted to as a result of the new admission policy instituted by the board.

    According to the board’s Head of Media, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, the internet access is free to all candidates.

    The Board explained that the National cut-off marks of 180 for universities and 150 for Polytechnics, Colleges of Education and Innovative Enterprise institutions in the 2015 UTME was a benchmark to set the tone for 2015 admission exercise.

    However, Universities and other levels of tertiary institutions are at liberty to go higher, but not lower, depending on their peculiarities and the performance of candidates that choose them. Provided thes e cut off marks are uniformly applied to all candidates based on existing admission criteria by proprietors of these institutions.

    For candidates that wants to check his/her ReAssignment Status, visit the link below;

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    CampusPortalNG Team

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