The College of Education Nsukka Cut Off Mark and Departmental Cut off Points required for Admission into various Undergraduate Programmes have been released online for the 2021/2022 academic session.
According to the new 2021 admission policy released by JAMB, Institutions are given the liberty to fix their own minimum cut off mark and departmental cut off marks. However, universities are not allowed to go below 120 while polytechnics and Colleges of Education, are not allowed to go below 100 for admission.
Below you’ll find the College of Education Nsukka minimum cut off mark and departmental cut off points for admission in 2021/2022. If you scored exactly or above the The College of Education Nsukka Departmental Cut-Off Mark, you should be considered for admission, also scoring below the cut-off point means you will not be considered.
The College of Education Nsukka Cut Off Mark
- The College of Education Nsukka Cut Off Mark for 2021/2022 admission exercise is 100 and above.
- If you are qualified, Click here to Apply for The College of Education Nsukka Post UTME
If you scored 100 and above in the recently released JAMB UTME Result, then you are qualified and eligible to apply for The College of Education Nsukka Post UTME Admission Screening. If unfortunately, your UTME Score falls below 100, you will need to consider another school that meets your score.
Take a look at the – List of Schools Selling Post UTME Form & Their Cut Off Mark
Note: Meeting the minimum College of Education Nsukka cut-off mark does not guarantee admission into your desired degree programme, your Post UTME Score, O’Level Grades, Subject Combination, JAMB Score and other factors are pre-requisite for admission to The College of Education Nsukka.
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