2017 JAMB cut-off mark-
A cut off mark is simply referred to the minimum mark a candidate need to score for the admission for the specific educational institution for the specific course. There have been so many questions regarding the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board Cut-off mark for the year 2017. So many websites have been uploading so many false information concerning the 2017 JAMB cut-off mark. We have decided to make this post to enlighten all our readers who will like to know about the 2017 JAMB cut-off marks for all the colleges, polytechnics, or university in 2017.
2017 JAMB cut-off mark
Firstly, we will like to make it known that Dr Fabian Benjamin, the head of media and information of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has personally asked us to inform all our readers that the exam body it has not released the cut-off mark for the 2017 examination. According to him, it is better for students to disregard false information about the cut-off marks for the various courses that are currently being paraded. In his words in an interview at our office, he said…
“We want to appeal to all candidates to jettison such speculations and engage themselves in more meaningful ventures that would add value to their future,’
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Dr Fabian Benjamin in the interview made it known that some results are being reviewed by JAMB, and some of them will still be released soon. In his words,
“We urge candidates to note that no result will be withheld without a cogent reason as this explains why we are taking the time to ensure that those who are innocent are exonerated. “Again, candidates are advised not to patronise any centre, office or shop for any service; please visit our offices in all the 36 states of the Federation and FCT for any complaint, enquiry or assistance.
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