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UNN Cut Off Mark For 2017/18 Academic Session

The University of Nigeria Nsuka, (UNN) JAMB Cut-Off Mark for 2017/18 academic session is out! Therefore all candidates who put University of Nigeria Nsuka, (UNN) as their preferred choice of higher institution during the UTME registration can confirm if they meet the current UNN Cut-off mark for 2017/18 academic session.

Candidates who meet the cut off mark  would then proceed for internal screening exercise by the University, and are thereby are advised to carry all documents along including recent passport photographs (22 copies preferably).

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See the approved cut off mark of UNN at the end of this post.

Candidates should note that the benefits of meeting University of Nigeria Nsuka, (UNN) cut off mark for JAMB is the fact that candidates are given the opportunity to gain admission to study into any of the courses offered in  University of Nigeria Nsuka, (UNN) so long as the candidates get a good score in the internal screening exercise.

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Some documents are required by the school authority for their internal screening exercise

Documents required for Internal screening in UNN are;

  1. Firstly, candidates must beat the UNN cut off mark as fixed by JAMB (Joint Admission and Matriculation Board) in order to be eligible for admission into the institution.
  2. Candidate must have a minimum of 5 credits in Mathematics and English and other relevant subjects as it relates to his or her course of study.
  3. Original copy of JAMB result slip
  4. Original documents which includes ‘O’ level certificates please note that awaiting results are not accepted by University of Nigeria Nsuka.
  5. Original copy of your birth certificate
  6. Your secondary school Testimonial
  7. 22 recent passport photographs (to be on the safe side)
Like we would always inform students, beating UNN Cut Off Mark for JAMB does not in any way guarantee candidates or prospective students an automatic admission into the University, until a successful internal screening exercise carried out on all candidates.
If candidate(s) is/are successful in the internal screening exercise then they are automatically granted admission to study the course of their choice.

University of Nigeria Nsuka, (UNN) Cut off Mark For JAMB 2017/18 Academic Session

UNN JAMB cut off mark for 2017/18 academic session is 200, therefore, candidates who get up to 200 and above are automatically eligible for University of Nigeria Nsuka, (UNN) internal screening Exercise, but we must warn you, the higher your JAMB score, the higher your chances of clinching the course registered in your UTME.

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  1. Please is DE admission list for unical out???

    1. UNICAL direct entry admission list is successfully uploaded online, to check your UNICAL DE admission status follow the details below;

      N/B: Currently, UNICAL Direct Entry Admission list is not yet available online. This page will be updated immediately the list is out.

      Enter your username and password in the spaces provided
      Click the logon and proceed to check your admission status

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