Unilorin Cut Off Mark 2017-2018

Unilorin Cut Off Mark 2017-2018

The University of Ilorin has always been a sweet spot for JAMB applicants. It is the most selected University of 2017 and there is no doubt that getting admitted will be competitive. It is important to know the method of the admission and the cut off mark. Continue reading to learn more about the Unilorin cut off mark 2017/18.

Unilorin

Unilorin Admission

Unilorin students

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Every JAMB applicant that wants to apply to the University of Ilorin has 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 JAMB score
JAMB results

Keep in mind that the competition is quite high this year. In order to be admitted on merit, you should have a good score. Different universities have different JAMB cut off marks. For the University of Ilorin, you will need at least 180 to be accepted. 220 and above is considered a good score. However, some courses will put the score of 220 as their cut off mark. So you have a better chance if you get a high JAMB score!

  • The O level result
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 courses

The cut off marks for the courses for 2017/2018 have not been released yet, but we can make assumptions 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.

  1. B. (Aquaculture and Fisheries) - 180
  2. B.Agric - 180
  3. B.Sc. Food Science - 180
  4. B.Sc. Home Economics - 180
  5. B. Forestry and Wildlife - 180
  6. B.A. Arabic - 180
  7. B.A. English - 180
  8. B.A. French - 180
  9. B.A. History and International Studies - 180
  10. B.A. Linguistics - 180
  11. B.A. Yoruba - 180
  12. B.A. Hausa - 180
  13. B.A. Igbo - 180
  14. B.A. Performing Arts - 180
  15. B.A. Christian Studies - 180
  16. B.A. Islamic Studies - 180
  17. B.A. Comparative Religious Studies - 180
  18. B.Sc. (Ed.) Social Studies - 180
  19. B.Sc. (Ed.) Economics Education - 180
  20. B.Sc. (Ed.) Geography Education - 180
  21. B.A. (Ed.) Social Studies - 180
  22. B.Sc. (Ed.) Educational Technology - 180
  23. B.Sc. (Ed.) Computer Science - 180
  24. B.Sc. (Ed.) Technology Education - 180
  25. B.Sc.(Ed.) Health Education - 180
  26. B.(Ed.) Primary Education Studies - 180
  27. B. Ed Adult Education Studies - 180
  28. B.(Ed.) Counsellor Education - 180
  29. B.(Ed.) Educational Management - 180
  30. B.Sc. (Ed.) Business Education - 180
  31. B.Sc.(Ed.) Human Kinetics Education - 180
  32. B.Sc. (Ed.) Biology Education - 180
  33. B.Sc. (Ed.) Chemistry Education - 180
  34. B.Sc. (Ed.) Maths Education - 180
  35. B.Sc. (Ed.) Physics Education - 180
  36. B.Sc. (Ed.) Agriculture - 180
  37. B.A. (Ed.) Arabic Education - 180
  38. B.A. (Ed.) Christian Studies Education - 180
  39. B.A. (Ed.) English Education - 180
  40. B.A. (Ed.) French Education - 180
  41. B.A. (Ed.) History Education - 180
  42. B.A. (Ed.) Islamic Studies Education - 180
  43. B.A. (Ed.) Yoruba Education - 180
  44. B.Eng. Water Resources and Environmental Engineering - 180
  45. B.Eng. Computer Engineering - 200
  46. B.Eng. Food Science and Technology - 180
  47. B.Eng. Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering - 180
  48. B.Eng. Civil Engineering - 200
  49. B.Eng. Mechanical Engineering - 200
  50. B.Eng. Electrical Engineering - 200
  51. B.Eng. Chemical Engineering - 200
  52. B.Eng. (Metallurgical Engineering) - 180
  53. B.Eng. (Biomedical Engineering) - 180
  54. B.Sc. Architecture - 180
  55. B.Sc. Estate Management - 180
  56. B.Sc. Quantity - 180
  57. B.Sc. Surveying and Geo-informatics - 180
  58. B.Sc. Urban and Regional Planning - 180
  59. DVM - 190
  60. LL.B. Common Law - 240
  61. LL.B. Common & Islamic Law - 220
  62. B.Sc. Anatomy - 200
  63. B.Sc. Physiology - 200
  64. MB;BS - 235
  65. B. Nursing Science - 210
  66. B.Sc. Computer Science - 200
  67. B.Sc. Mass Communication - 220
  68. B.Sc. Information and Communication Science - 180
  69. B.Sc. Library and Information Science - 180
  70. B.Sc. Telecommunication Science - 180
  71. Doctor of Optometry - 190
  72. B.Sc. Bio-Chemistry - 200
  73. B.Sc. Microbiology - 200
  74. B.Sc. Plant Biology - 180
  75. B.Sc. Zoology - 180
  76. B.Sc. Industrial Chemistry - 180
  77. B.Sc. (Applied Geophysics) - 180
  78. B.Sc. Chemistry - 180
  79. B.Sc. Physics - 180
  80. B.Sc. Geology & Mineral Science - 180
  81. B.Sc. Mathematics - 180
  82. B.Sc. Statistics - 180
  83. B.Sc. Finance - 200
  84. B.Sc. Marketing - 180
  85. B.Sc. Industrial Relations & Personnel Management - 180
  86. B.Sc. Public Administration - 180
  87. B.Sc. Accounting - 200
  88. B.Sc. Business Administration - 200
  89. B.Sc. Psychology - 180
  90. B.Sc. Social Work - 180
  91. B.Sc. Criminology and Security Studies - 190
  92. B.Sc. Economics - 210
  93. B.Sc. Geography & Environmental Management - 180
  94. B.Sc. Political Science - 200
  95. 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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Source: Naij.com

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