What is University of Abuja Jamb cut off mark for 2020 applicants?
Does uniabuja accept second choice candidates for admission?.
Can I gain admission into the University of Abuja with a low jamb score?
If you are an aspirant and you wish to study in this university, this post is a must-read for you.
All the questions you have in mind have been fully answered in this post.
Uniabuja Jamb Cut Off Mark For 2020 [All Courses]
To cut the long story short, what is the general jamb cut off mark for the University of Abuja.
The cut off mark is 180, but it may be reduced or increased by the school depending on what they decide on.
Just pray that your jamb score beats this mark when your utme 2020 result comes out.
I Scored less than the cut off mark, what can I do?
The only thing that I will personally advice you to do is to apply for any polytechnics or universities that accepts your jamb score for admission.
The other option apart from this, is to wait and sit for the upcoming jamb exam.
There are only two options, the first one may need some type of procedures for you to take.
Uniabuja Admission Requirements For 2020
So, what are the requirements that every applicant should meet if they want to gain admission into the University of Abuja?
In your O’ level results, you need;
A pass at credit Level in English Language and Mathematics [with 3 other subjects that are relevant to the course you want to study].
An ordinary pass in Mathematics may be accepted for LAW and all ARTS based courses.
Will University Of Abuja Accept Second Choice Candidates for Admission
No, they won’t accept second choice candidates.
If you chose uniabuja as second choice during jamb 2020 registration, you won’t be admitted.
They won’t consider second choice applicants for Admission.
So, what should you do?
Simply apply for jamb change of institution and take uniabuja as first choice institution.
Also make sure you partake in the post utme or screening exercise.
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