The Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board (JUPEB) has released the cut off mark for Law for candidates that are interested in studying this course in any university that accepts JUPEB result as a means of admission via direct entry mode.
The Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board (JUPEB) is a 9 months programme that give candidates the opportunity of gaining admission through direct entry to 100 level into all JUPEB affiliated universities in Nigeria.
In a bid to study Law, many UTME candidates are now opting for JUPEB, IJMB and other A’Level programmes that are equally accepted by top federal and state universities in the country. To study Law, ideally, you must meet the O’level requirements and subject combination for Law. This simply means using the right combination of subjects that has been approved by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) as a requirement for studying Law.
Passing your JUPEB is not just enough to study this course, you must score up to the required JUPEB cut off mark for Law before you can be admitted unto any of the universities that accept this certificate.
Upon Reading this post, you will gain the followings:
- JUPEB cut off point for Law
- The approved JUPEB general cut off point
- JUPEB admission requirements for studying Law in any of its affiliated university
- Documents required for applying Law in the JUPEB programme
Here I will not only put you through on the approved JUPEB cut off mark for Law but also, the O’level requirement for studying Law in all JUPEB affiliated universities.
Required Documents for JUPEB Programme
- WAEC or NECO Result (5 credit passes in English language, Government, Literature in English, CRS and any other subject, even a PASS in mathematics will do. All in not more than 2 sittings)
- 4 colored Passport Photographs
- Original Birth Certificate
- State of Origin Certificate (Optional)
JUPEB Admission Requirement for Law
Candidates applying for Law in any university or institution conducting the JUPEB programme must meet the following criteria;
a) Must have obtained a minimum of 5 credit passes in mathematics, English language, physics, chemistry and biology or any other subject.
b) Candidates Biodata will be required in the cause of registering online.
Please note that Awaiting Results are accepted
Ideally, JUPEB general cut off mark for all JUPEB affiliated universities is 5 points, however, courses vary hence the different cut off marks. Just like for UTME admission, JAMB placed ceiling on cut off marks for all schools that they mustn’t go below, this is same with JUPEB direct entry admission mode.
Scoring up to the general cut off simply gives candidates the eligibility to apply for admission in any JUPEB affiliated university, that is, you must have a minimum of 5 points out of the total 15 points before you can apply for admission using JUPEB. Though bear in mind that the higher your JUPEB points, the higher your chances of gaining admission to study your preferred course and vice-versa.
In this post, we have provided our readers with the approved JUPEB cut off mark for Law for the 2020/2021 academic session, this cut off mark is vital for all JUPEB affiliated universities currently running the JUPEB programme, with this information, you can confirm below the approved JUPEB cut off mark for Law to confirm if you are eligible to study this course or not.
JUPEB Cut Off Points For Law 2020/2021 Session
The minimum points you are expected to score in JUPEB is 5 which automatically gives you the eligibility to apply for admission and the maximum point any student can score is 16 points. Candidates with higher JUPEB score have higher chances of gaining admission to study Law in any JUPEB affiliated university.
The JUPEB cut off point or mark for Law is 8 POINTS for all JUPEB affiliated institutions in Nigeria.
Please note that scoring above the JUPEB cut off point for Law isn’t an automatic admission into any JUPEB affiliated university however, your chances are much higher because A’Level candidates have their quota from JAMB and as much, given special preferences too.
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