JAMB Cut off Mark for Computer Science

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JAMB Cut Off Mark for Computer Science for all schools in Nigerian Universities is out for 2024.

JAMB sets cut off marks for various courses, including Computer Science.

It is essential to know the JAMB cut off mark for Computer Science in 2024 before applying for admission.

This article provides comprehensive information on the approved JAMB cut off mark for Computer Science 2024, as well as the departmental cut off for Computer Science.

By understanding the JAMB cut off mark for Computer Science, you can make informed decisions about your admission prospects.

Furthermore, this article highlights the JAMB score that guarantees admission to study Computer Science and the scores required for admission into Federal, State, and Private universities in Nigeria.

JAMB cut off mark for Computer Science is the minimum score that a candidate must attain in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) to be considered for admission into any Nigerian university offering the course.

Before we proceed, see how to Gain Admission to study Computer Science this year.

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JAMB Cut off Mark for Computer Science 2024/2025

Below is the approved Computer Science cut off-mark for all schools:

1.         Computer Science Cut off mark for Federal University 150-250
2.         Computer Science Cut off mark for State University 150-250
3.         Computer Science cut off mark for Private University 120-250

 

For those interested in pursuing a career in Computer Science, it is important to know that the current JAMB cut off mark for Computer Science is 200.

This means that any candidate who scores 200 or above in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) will be eligible to apply for admission into any Nigerian university offering Computer Science as a course of study.

However, it is important to note that meeting the JAMB cut off mark is just one step in the admission process.

Each university has its own Computer Science cut off mark, admission criteria and selection process, which may include additional tests or interviews.

Post UTME Cut Off Mark for Computer Science

To pursue a Computer Science degree, you must meet the Post UTME cut off mark of 200 or higher.

Achieving a score equal to or above this benchmark is a prerequisite for purchasing your school’s Post UTME form and applying for admission into the Computer Science programme.

Follow this LINK to check your school’s current Post UTME cut-off mark for Computer Science.

What is a Good JAMB Score For Computer Science?

A JAMB score of 250 and above is considered a competitive score to study Computer Science at any university in Nigeria in 2024.

Conclusion

Meeting the requirements for admission into a Computer Science programme in Nigeria, including a high JAMB and Post UTME score, does not guarantee automatic admission.

Other factors, such as meeting the O’level requirements and the competitive nature of the program, are also considered.

To increase your chances of gaining admission into a highly reputable and competitive Computer Science programme, a JAMB score of 250 and above is recommended.

However, the JAMB score required for admission into a Computer Science programme varies among universities.

Some universities may accept a JAMB score of 200, while others may require a score of 250 and above.

Private universities in Nigeria may accept a JAMB score of 150 and above for admission into their Computer Science programme.

We hope you found our article on JAMB Cut Off Mark for Computer Science 2024 for all schools and Computer Science departmental cut off point in federal, state and private universities.

You may also like our article JAMB cut off marks for all schools, List of schools selling Post UTME form this year and How to gain Admission without JAMB.

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