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UNIPORT Cut Off Marks 2020/2021 | uniport.edu.ng

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University of Port Harcourt, UNIPORT cut off marks for 2020/2021 academic session is out.

Candidates who want to apply for admission into UNIPORT must read this article to see required cut off marks for courses offered by the institution.

University of Port Harcourt is a federal institution located in China Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

Before you can gain admission into the institution, there are requirements you need to meet. One of those requirements is “cut off marks”.

In this article, you will learn more about cut off marks / points used in UNIPORT and how to get admission easily.

Before we continue, let us remind you that there are two different cut off marks or points you need to know about.

They includes;

  1. JAMB cut off marks
  2. UNIPORT departmental cut off point

JAMB Cut Off Marks 2020/2021

Every year, the joint admissions and matriculation board commonly known as JAMB release fixed cut off marks for all institution in the country.

All higher institutions in Nigeria admit students based on their performance in JAMB. To be eligible for admission into any institution, you need to meet the required JAMB cut off marks for your chosen school.

In addition, all universities in Nigeria have equal JAMB cut off marks. The same thing applies is applicable to polytechnics and college of education.

As per University of Port Harcourt, the approved cut off marks for JAMB is 180.

180 JAMB score makes any candidate eligible to buy and process UNIPORT school admission form. Although, higher departments requires better score and grades.

You are eligible to apply for any course in the institution if your JAMB score is 180 and above.

RELATED: HOW TO CHECK UNIPORT ADMISSION LIST

UNIPORT Departmental Cut Off Points

After writing JAMB, you need to also participate in the school post utme screening. The post utme screening is compulsory for any student seeking for undergraduate course in UNIPORT

As a student seeking for admission in higher institution, you need to check the course that is easier for you. Not all courses / departments have the same cut off point for admissions.

Some competitive courses like Nursing, Medicine, Law, Political Science, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Mass communication, Microbiology, Biochemistry etc requires high scores. To be eligible for admission in courses like this, you need to have good JAMB score of 200 and above. Also, you must perform very well in the pre admission screening.

Courses That Do Not Require High Cut Off Marks

It is important we show you some of the departments in UNIPORT that can offer admission to students with low marks.

Some of the courses includes, marketing, agriculture, departments in faculty of education, library science, physics, physical and health education, geography etc.

For the above courses, you need to score at least 180 in JAMB and 120 in Post unified tertiary matriculation examination (putme).

Apart from the above cut off marks requirements, prospective students must meet other admission eligibility criteria listed by JAMB.

They includes;

  • Choose University of Port Harcourt as your first choice in JAMB
  • Upload all your o level results on JAMB portal
  • Be at least 16 years
  • Possession of 5 credit passes at relevant subjects. Also, English language and mathematics are compulsory for any course in University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT).

How To Have Good Marks for UNIPORT

You need extra work if you want to have results grades higher than UNIPORT minimum cut off points.

The following practice will give you higher chances of obtaining good results

  • Practice for your screening before exam
  • Buy and study past questions
  • Know the right subjects combination
  • Be at your screening venue before the specified time
  • Pray before your exams

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