After checking jamb result, what next?. Many candidates ask themselves this plain question.
What you should do after seeing your JAMB SCORE.
Alot of people ask what next after seeing their jamb score.
HURRAY!!!!. At long last the long-awaited 2020 UTME has been conducted and the result has been released.
After checking jamb result, what next?
Alot of people are very happy with the result as they beat the 2020 jamb cut off mark for their universities.
While some are not happy with the results because they felt they deserve better.
Here on Elearnpro, we want you to know that you can do better most especially if you score below your expectation.
It is not about who goes in first but who comes out best.
But we hope and believe everyone did excellently well
Well, we are assuring you that no matter your jamb score, you will be admitted.
Just make sure you read the whole of this article and always check on this site for update.
Every university and polytechnics have their jamb cut off mark.
You have to beat this cut off mark in order to be considered eligible for admission into your preferred university and polytechnics.
Sometimes beating the UTME cut off is not enough to be admitted in some schools like UNILAG, UI, UNIBEN etc.
That is why you have to be careful as jamb change of course and institution is now on.
DID YOU CHOOSE A SCHOOL WHOSE CUT OFF IS 200 AND YOUR JAMB SCORE IS LESS THAN 200?
Do not panic!
WE ARE HERE TO HELP!!
Two weeks after releasing the UTME result, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB).
Always reopen their portal for those that want to change of institution and course.
Check this blog on how ‘TO CHANGE MY SCHOOL AND COURSE FROM JAMB”
if you score 250 below and you are aspiring for MEDICINE,NURSING,ELECT ELECT,LAW.
I advice you not to pick schools like UNILAG, UNIBEN, UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN,OAU,UNN,UNIZIK ETC
YOU might ask why? because 250 is a good score.
Its because of the competition involved,alot of people going for medicine score as high as 310,320 330.
But are your dreams of becoming medical doctor over?
With 250 in jamb you can be considered for admission in schools like DELSU,UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA,UNIMAID,LASU, and some other state universities.
But you have to also do excellently in the POST UTME and meet up with your departmental cut off.
That is why the next thing after seeing your jamb score is to start preparing for POST UTME,because a few point behind your departmental cut off is likely an end to admission for such.
WHAT IS POST UTME?
Post utme is an exam or test organise by the school or university of your choice.
It is an exam one must pass before being considered for admission.
Some NIGERIAN universities do not conduct post utme, they conduct screening.
Aspirants of schools that conduct screening do not write exam, they just submit their o level result and wait patiently for admission.
Schools that dont conduct post utme include UNIABUJA ,FUOYE, YABATECH ETC.
Now lets go back:
Jamb scores ranging from 200 to 180 can also get you to study professional courses like computer science,biochemistry,english and french,theater art, etc in schools like uniabuja, fuoye, osun state uni.
But it all depends on the school of your choice.
Some university peg their cut off to be 180, you can apply for them.
I will create an article on all university and polytechnics in nigeria with their jamb cut off.
JAMB SCORES from 180 to 150: you might just consider applying for polytechnics,no fewer than 2 or 3 universities peg their cut off at 150 example fuotuoke in BAYELSA state.
Now I am sure that you know what to do after jamb 2020.
I hope this ARTICLE HAS BEEN HELPFUL?
I wish you success as you begin your pursuit for admission into Nigerian universities, polytechnics or colleges of education.
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