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Friday, 2 June 2017

Paul University Cut off Mark 2017/18 |

Paul University Cut off Mark

Paul University, Awka - Anambra State cut Off Mark for 2017/2018 academic session is officially out. Paul University, Awka potential students are expected to go through this little piece of information carefully. 

Paul University website:
Vice Chancellor: Professor Uche Abanike

Before we get started on what this years cut off mark is, please be informed that there is a very clear difference between Paul University JAMB cut off mark and Paul University post UTME cut off mark.

Paul University post UTME cut off point may not really matter any longer since the the Federal Government have scrapped post examination prior to JAMB examination. However, you will be on the winning side if you can still prepare for post JAMB examination in case Paul University insist on conducting any form of post UTME before accepting new applicants.

What is the JAMB cut off mark for Paul University Cut Off?

In order to help candidates with such problem, we have decided to reveal the Paul University 2017 so that anyone who does not meet up with the specified cut off point will make hay while the sun shines.

Judging from our experience last year during the 2016/2017 academic session admission, we found out that some candidates who purchased Paul University post UTME where screened out on the exam day because their jamb results was not up-to the required mark.

To prevent this kind of issue in time this notice advises such candidates to look for an alternative university by buying the JAMB change of institution form while the form is still on sale.

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Paul University Cut Off Mark for 2017/2018

The cut off point for Paul University for 2017/2018 academic session is at least JAMB score of 180. Hence, it is important that candidates who chose Paul University as their choice of institution but scored less than 180 should not buy the admission form but rather inquire if there is any course that is suitable for your JAMB score before making payment for the 2017 admission form.

Note: Post UTME cut off point for Paul University varies from one course to the other. The cut of mark for the different courses will be made known by the institution in due time.

For candidates with less than 170;
If you intend to run for pre-degree programme, quit buying the admission form at the moment as there is really no room for JAMB score less than 170 but proceed to obtain the pre-degree form directly from the school.

Paul University cut off Point for 2017/2018

For those who scored 180 and above in their JAMB UTME result, you have to be on alert as the sale of the Paul University’s sales of admission form will commence soonest.

What is the cut of point for Paul University?

JAMB is yet to update us with any new changes with Paul University cut off mark for 2017/2018 academic session. Stay tuned!

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This page will be constantly updated in case there is any change in the cut off point.

Wishing you good luck in your quest for admission this year.

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