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NTNU UTME / department stops for the academic session 2020/2021 – best school news : Nigerian Education

NTNU UTME / departmental cut-off brands |, The Nigerian-Turkish Nile University, Abuja (NTNU) Post UTME and Departmental Cut Off Mark and Direct Entry in the various courses and points for the 2020/2021 academic session, which was officially published by Online post. More details can be found below.

NTNU UTME / Departmental Cut Off Marks Things students need to be aware of before being admitted to a course in an institution. One of them involves achieving the minimum number of points required for each school and the courses themselves. Admission is very easy to obtain once you have achieved the minimum number of points required for admission to a particular course.

See: JAMB Result Checker 2020 and NTNU Post UTME Admission Form

If you are qualified, make sure you prepare for it NTNU Entrance exam will be announced on this website shortly. Also read: How to score high after the UTME exam

The cut-off time is an agreed number of points, which is determined by a specific institution as the basis for the admission of students to the study department. This score is usually credited to applicants based on their performance in a particular exam. Students who are above the required minimum number of points will be admitted and will receive preferential treatment in the admission procedure if they have achieved the required minimum number of points.

See also: JAMB Post-UTME Cut Off Marks for 2020/21 | all Nigerian schools

JAMB Fixed Cut-Off Mark

Fixed cut mark for posts NTNU I is 180.

You could ask questions like: I had 180 and more, but haven’t got the license to study the course I want?

Mostly, candidates with higher scores are considered first in the admission basis. Candidates with lower scores who may reach the minimum score of 180 may not be admitted. In fact, the higher your score, the higher the chance of admission.

Department clipped mark

The Nigerian-Turkish Nile University, doesn’t really have a specific cut-off brand for courses. Candidates who have passed at least one of the 180 UTME exams can apply for admission to one of the courses they have chosen.

Official NTNU Cut off Mark 2020

The crop marks for NTNU is 180 for all courses

Due to the high number of students who want to study at the university Nigerian-Turkish Nile UniversityThe admission process is competitive and admission is based on the JAMB score and O-level grades. Check: Current department stops at various accredited Nigerian institutes

All aspirants and candidates can now continue and theirs NTNU 2020 department cuts and check whether they are allowed or not.

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Please if your first choice is an institution NTNU and you did not set the cut-off sign given above. I advise you to change your institution to another school that you have qualified.

Are you qualified If YESPlease click here: How to score high after the UTME exam

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