Newspapers Review: What Prospective Undergraduates Should Know About JAMB 2022 Cut-off Marks For Schools

Newspapers Review: What Prospective Undergraduates Should Know About JAMB 2022 Cut-off Marks For Schools

Prominent among headlines and stories for the week was the report on the comprehensive lists of JAMB 2022 cut-off marks in all Nigerian tertiary institutions.

Full Lists Of JAMB 2022 Cut-off Marks For Universities, Polytechnics, Other Institutions

The Joint Admissions And Matriculation Board (JAMB) recently released its results of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) for 2022 and told candidates how to check for their scores through text message.

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What Prospective Undergraduates Should Know About JAMB 2022 Cut-off Marks For Schools
Source: UGC

But it is left to various tertiary institutions in Nigeria to set their various cut-off or benchmarks for government-approved courses and programs.

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Wike while with party delegates and leaders in Ibadan, Oyo state capital city said the presidential aspirants who betrayed the party do not deserve to hold the PDP presidential ticket for the 2023 election.

2023: State-by-state Breakdown Of APC Delegates In Nigeria

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As seen in the breakdown, the total number of delegates in all the states is 7810. The top five states with the highest number of delegates are Kano, Katsina, Borno, Osun, and Lagos.

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2023: Winner finally emerges after Oyo PDP governorship primary

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Akinyelure, who is the Senate Chairman, Committee on Ethics, Privileges and Public Petition, lost the PDP primary to his opponent, Ifedayo Adedipe.

Tinubu, Osinbajo, Others On Edge As APC Governors Make Final Decision On Presidential Primary

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Speaking with journalists on the issue, Adamu stated that the presidential primary and the national convention are two different events and that the talk about a consensus candidate for the party ahead of the 2023 presidential election was not feasible.


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