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JAMB Cut Off Mark for Radiography 2021/2022


What is the JAMB cut off mark for Radiography for 2021/2022? If you are interested in JAMB cut off mark for Radiography then this post you are currently reading will provide you just that as it contains JAMB cut off mark for Radiography.

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All JAMB candidates who wish to study Radiography in the university are hereby informed that JAMB cut off mark for Radiography has been released by the management of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board.

JAMB Cut Off Mark for Radiography

160.

JAMB general cut off mark for Radiography in the university is 160. What this means is that the minimum cut off mark to study Radiography in any university is 160.

You however need to note that this is not a fixed cut off mark which means it’s not enforceable by JAMB to all universities but rather, it’s a minimum cut off mark for universities. So, some universities whose JAMB cut off mark is higher that the one mentioned above will not accept such score from candidates who are applying to study Radiography.

If you wish to know the specific cut off mark for each school to study Radiography, proceed below this page to see the list of schools and their cut off marks and also check out universities that accept 120-180 cut off mark.

Schools That Offer Radiography

The list of schools that offer Radiography under the faculty of Medical, Pharmaceutical and Health Sciences are as follows:

The following are the list of schools that offer Radiography:

List of Universities And Their Cut Off Marks

Click on any of the universities below to see their cut off mark.

This page will be updated as soon as there is any changes to the JAMB cut off mark for Radiography. You can bookmark this page or continue checking it for updates.

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