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See This:- Jamb 2016 Admission Consideration Posting is Irrelevant See Reasons Here

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Let me go straight to my point. For some weeks now, Naijabams.com have been longing to hear from the horses mouth concerning this JAMB posting of a thing, because since that Day JAMB started that, there have been alot of confusions and misapprehensions from all corners. For instance, thousands of UNN aspirants at least, scored between 220-280 but hasn’t been posted yet By JAMB, whereas some people with 180-199 were posted (but unfortunately, UNN cut 200). So, all these factors makes many aspirants stay in suspense, but Naijabams.com Is here now to reassert what We have been saying all these while because We have heard fROM a horse’s mouth.

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Yesterday, July 27th. It was a tough day for Us Here At Naijabams.com..We stormed the JAMB office in UMUahia -Abia state. Though, after waiting to be attended to, We Finally met the secretary to the Abia state JAMB zonal officer/chairman, He told Us plainly that the mistake they made earlier was that they started posting candidates to schools even before such schools released their screening forms & cut off marks. He said that another mistake they made is that they didn’t post those names according to JAMB scores. He further told Us that as it stands now, that JAMB has started using another method to post. He said that If a school like FUTO or UNIZIK have decided to release her screening form next week, that FUTO or UNIZIK management are expected to tell JAMB her cut off mark and JAMB will now forward all the names of those that chose FUTO, made FUTO First choice and reached that FUTO’s cut off mark.

The man further said that the confusion being experienced presently in 2016/17 admission process is partly caused by FG and top JAMB’s officials and stakeholders. I Personaly Could remember asking the man why the names of many of those that have reached some institution’s cut off mark are not still uploaded on JAMB’s portal. He told me that no aspirant should panic or worry as regards that. That if your chosen institution form is out and u reached her cut off mark, that such person should go ahead to apply for the screening because JAMB has already forwarded your name to that school. Then if the school offers you admission, your name will be sent back to JAMB for issuance of JAMB admission letter.

Finally, We also asked him about those that didn’t reach their chosen institution’s cut off mark but were early posted by JAMB to that school. He said that such persons should never be afraid or lose hope, that JAMB will forward their names to institutions soonest.

We left UMUAHIA for my place and got home around 8pm yesterday. but I thank God for granting a little Nobody like Us audience before that JAMB’s official..

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10 comments

  1. Tanks @nb admin!,God will uphold each and everyone of ur staffs.thanks for ur concern,jah bless naijabams,

  2. D que is this:av done oau screening,score 56.8,for law and pol science,will i b consider for polsos,or i go for my poly

  3. MY jamb score is 220,and offa poly form is nt out ,sud i go for offa or wat sud i do,ques to nb admin straight,pls anx m

  4. @sunkhenny Has the skul release the screening admission list ???? If so and you check your name is not there then go ahead and buy poly form but mind you why not apply for FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OTOUEKE IN BAYELSA and mind you even if you didn’t choose them in your jamb you can apply so just try your luck out you might be lucky bro 😀

  5. Thanks o amen very greatful

  6. is there nursing in federal university otoueke in bayelsa am fn and u

  7. Tanks alot 4 de help

  8. sani lawal barde

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  9. Is there no possibility that lautech will change there mind and i think they decide the cut-off according to how the course is wide eg ENGINEERING FACULTY cut off mark should be 180 upward.

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