Following the conclusion of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, UNN POST UTME screening exercise, the school management of the Institution has released the UNN 2016 Post-UME Results as well as the cut off mark.
Yes, from our reliable source(s) have compiled the UNN cut-off mark for admission into the University for the 2016/17 Academic Session.
However, the school management has NOT officially publish the cut off marks, so our source has to visit the various departments within the school to ask for the cut off marks.
According to one of our student/source, she said she is currently in the Enugu Campus of the University and got almost all the cut off marks for the departments in UNEC.
Note: The UNN Nsukka, 2016 cut off points below are MERIT CUTOFF MARK and the state cut off points are lesser than the merit cut off marks. *Take note*
Also, we have done everything to verify that this cutoff mark are accurate and we expect all errors.
UNN Nsukka Departmental Cutoff Point for Admission into the Academic Session
–> Nursing: 251.5
–> Medicine and surgery: 275
–> Law: 276
–> Pharmacy: 263 .Anambra:256, Enugu : 261
–> Computer Science: 230
–> Medical Lab.Science: 248.7
–> Radiography 257
–> Medical Rehab: 242.5
–> Architecture: 251
–> Surveying: 227 .Enugu :217
–> Estate Management: 186
–> Urban and regional planning: 190.5
–> Accountancy: 254
–> Banking and finance: 212
–> Zoology and Botany: Took All that applied
–> Biochemistry 226 Anambra: 219
–> Microbiology 224
–> Management 229 Enugu:220
If the department/faculty you chose cut off marks is not listed above, please go to the department and ask the secretary or the people working in that department, they will tell you.
(Most of them will ask you to give them N200, yes! just N200 or less – This does not happen in UNN alone, almost all the Universities and Polytechnics)
However, in some departments, the cutoff point is posted in the notice board.
We will let you know when the school management released the admission list of candidates who are admitted into the University for the 2016/2017 Academic session.