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NMU Cut Off Mark (JAMB & Departmental) | 2018/2019

Nigerian Maritime University (NMU) NMU Cut Off Mark (JAMB & Departmental) – Update on NMU JAMB Cut Off Mark And Departmental Cut Off Mark for the academic session is out and has been released.

NMU Cut Off Mark For admission into the current academic session has been released by the management of the Nigerian Maritime University, Okerenkoko, Delta State (NMU).

This is to inform the general public and all those who applied for admission in the Nigerian Maritime University (NMU) that the Cutoff Mark for NMU Admission has been released by the management.

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What Is NMU Cut Off Mark

For those who don’t already know what cut off mark is; This session will explain what cut off mark is and why Universities use it for admission.

Cut off mark or Cut off Point is a minimum Mark required from candidates by a particular school (Universities, Polytechnics or Colleges of Education) in order for them to qualify or to participate in the School‘s Post-UTME Screening exercise.

Or it can also be seen as the minimum point a student applying for admission must attain in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME or JAMB) and or Post-Utme/Screening Exercise in order to be considered for admission into a particular school.

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NMU JAMB Fixed Cut-off Mark

Jamb fixed cut off mark for NMU is 200.

You might ask questions like: I had 180 and above but was not still given the admission to study my desired course?

Candidates with higher scores are first considered in admission basics candidates with lower scores though might meet the cut off mark of 180 may likely not be admitted. In fact, it is the higher your scores, the higher the chance of being admitted.

NMU Departmental Cut off Mark

The Nigerian Maritime University does not really have a specific cut off mark for courses. However, candidates who have scored a minimum of one 180 in UTME examination is eligible to apply for admission into any of their choice courses.

Due to the high number of students wishing to study in the Nigerian Maritime University, the admission processes is competitive and an admission is given based on JAMB score and O level grades.

Below are courses offered in the university as well as their cut off mark;

  1. 220 – 240 – Medicine (O’ Level result with one sitting only) and Nursing
  2. 200 – Mass Communication, Common Law, Pharmacy, Anatomy, Physiology
  3. 190 – Computer Science, English Language, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Geology, all engineering courses except Agricultural and Biosystem Engineering.
  4. 180 – All other courses

Candidates MUST meet the minimum UTME scores for their chosen courses; have the right UTME subject combinations as prescribed in the JAMB Brochure and the requisite ‘O’ Level subjects at credit level.

That is all for NMU Cut Off Mark (JAMB & Departmental)

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  1. David Ikechukwu Emmanuel says

    I apply for nmu.
    jamb score:200.
    waec three b3, three c4,three c6 and one c5
    But have got no admission.

  2. Chidiebube says

    I scored 174 can I apply for it


    I scored 171 can i still apply

  4. prince says

    pls wat is d cutoff point for petroleum engineering

    1. Lynda says

      Can someone scored 120 in jamb apply for it

  5. segun says

    I scored 160 can I apply

  6. segun says

    can I apply l scored 160

  7. Ezeakor Henry says

    can 155 apply ?

  8. Awokunle, Helen says

    My son has 161 can he apply?

    1. Precious says

      He can give it a trial!!

  9. francis daniel says

    when will num form be out

  10. Eddie says

    I have 174 can I apply for maritime

    1. Precious says

      Yes, you can!!

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