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Check Out Unilorin cut off mark 2017/2018

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The University of Ilorin is the fastest university in Nigeria and the first choice of most JAMB applicants. Unilorin is the most selected university in Nigeria considering the fact that they do not go on strike. If you have selected University of Ilorin for 2017/18 it is very important for you to check the mode of application and Unilorin cut off mark 2017/18.

Unilorin Admission

Every JAMB applicant that wants to apply to the University of Ilorin need to know the method of the admission to the said University will be different. Two factors that will be taken into consideration in order to determine the candidates:

The O level result

The O level result carries 50 marks. You need to remember that each grade has different marks. For example:

A may carry 8 marks;
B may carry 5 or 4 marks;
C may carry 2 marks.
As you can see, having too many C”s will be a significant disadvantage. On the other hand, with enough A’s you will get higher marks and have more chances to be accepted.

So the higher the better. You need to be way above the cut off mark to be on the safe side.

Unilorin courses and their cut off mark

Unilorin cut off marks for the courses for 2017/2018 have not been released yet, but we can make predictions based on the previous year. Usually, they don’t change much, so it will be useful to know in order to predict your results and know if you are safe.

B. (Aquaculture and Fisheries) – 180
B.Agric – 180
B.Sc. Food Science – 180
B.Sc. Home Economics – 180
B. Forestry and Wildlife – 180
B.A. Arabic – 180
B.A. English – 180
B.A. French – 180
B.A. History and International Studies – 180
B.A. Linguistics – 180
B.A. Yoruba – 180
B.A. Hausa – 180
B.A. Igbo – 180
B.A. Performing Arts – 180
B.A. Christian Studies – 180
B.A. Islamic Studies – 180
B.A. Comparative Religious Studies – 180
B.Sc. (Ed.) Social Studies – 180
B.Sc. (Ed.) Economics Education – 180
B.Sc. (Ed.) Geography Education – 180
B.A. (Ed.) Social Studies – 180
B.Sc. (Ed.) Educational Technology – 180
B.Sc. (Ed.) Computer Science – 180
B.Sc. (Ed.) Technology Education – 180
B.Sc.(Ed.) Health Education – 180
B.(Ed.) Primary Education Studies – 180
B. Ed Adult Education Studies – 180
B.(Ed.) Counsellor Education – 180
B.(Ed.) Educational Management – 180
B.Sc. (Ed.) Business Education – 180
B.Sc.(Ed.) Human Kinetics Education – 180
B.Sc. (Ed.) Biology Education – 180
B.Sc. (Ed.) Chemistry Education – 180
B.Sc. (Ed.) Maths Education – 180
B.Sc. (Ed.) Physics Education – 180
B.Sc. (Ed.) Agriculture – 180
B.A. (Ed.) Arabic Education – 180
B.A. (Ed.) Christian Studies Education – 180
B.A. (Ed.) English Education – 180
B.A. (Ed.) French Education – 180
B.A. (Ed.) History Education – 180
B.A. (Ed.) Islamic Studies Education – 180
B.A. (Ed.) Yoruba Education – 180
B.Eng. Water Resources and Environmental Engineering – 180
B.Eng. Computer Engineering – 200
B.Eng. Food Science and Technology – 180
B.Eng. Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering – 180
B.Eng. Civil Engineering – 200
B.Eng. Mechanical Engineering – 200
B.Eng. Electrical Engineering – 200
B.Eng. Chemical Engineering – 200
B.Eng. (Metallurgical Engineering) – 180
B.Eng. (Biomedical Engineering) – 180
B.Sc. Architecture – 180
B.Sc. Estate Management – 180
B.Sc. Quantity – 180
B.Sc. Surveying and Geo-informatics – 180
B.Sc. Urban and Regional Planning – 180
DVM – 190
LL.B. Common Law – 240
LL.B. Common & Islamic Law – 220
B.Sc. Anatomy – 200
B.Sc. Physiology – 200
MB;BS – 235
B. Nursing Science – 210
B.Sc. Computer Science – 200
B.Sc. Mass Communication – 220
B.Sc. Information and Communication Science – 180
B.Sc. Library and Information Science – 180
B.Sc. Telecommunication Science – 180
Doctor of Optometry – 190
B.Sc. Bio-Chemistry – 200
B.Sc. Microbiology – 200
B.Sc. Plant Biology – 180
B.Sc. Zoology – 180
B.Sc. Industrial Chemistry – 180
B.Sc. (Applied Geophysics) – 180
B.Sc. Chemistry – 180
B.Sc. Physics – 180
B.Sc. Geology & Mineral Science – 180
B.Sc. Mathematics – 180
B.Sc. Statistics – 180
B.Sc. Finance – 200
B.Sc. Marketing – 180
B.Sc. Industrial Relations & Personnel Management – 180
B.Sc. Public Administration – 180
B.Sc. Accounting – 200
B.Sc. Business Administration – 200
B.Sc. Psychology – 180
B.Sc. Social Work – 180
B.Sc. Criminology and Security Studies – 190
B.Sc. Economics – 210
B.Sc. Geography & Environmental Management – 180
B.Sc. Political Science – 200
B.Sc. Sociology Surveying – 180
So there you have it – the Unilorin cut off mark for 2017/2018. Good luck to all the candidates!

 


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