Do you aspire to become a student of Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University?
Are you wondering what the JAMB cut-off mark of the University is?
If your answer to these questions is yes, then I would assure you that you are on the right page.
In this post, you will learn all you would want to know about the JAMB cut-off mark of IBBU as well as those for their various departments.
We always advise students to make proper research about different universities before making their choices.
One of the things you should find out about the school is their cut-off marks. So, now let’s find out about that for IBBU.
- 1 IBBU JAMB Cut-Off Mark
- 2 IBBU Departmental Cut-Off Marks
- 2.1 Briefly About the University
- 2.2 Faculties and Departments
- 2.3 Faculty of Natural Science
- 2.4 Faculty of Education
- 2.5 Faculty of Applied Science and Technology
- 2.6 Faculty of Management and Social Science
- 2.7 Faculty of Language and Communication
- 2.8 Faculty of Agriculture
- 2.9 Frequently Asked Questions
- 2.10 How can I get admission in IBBU?
- 2.11 Conclusion
- 2.12 Related Topics;
- 2.13 Share this:
IBBU JAMB Cut-Off Mark
The UTME cut-off mark of Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University (IBBU), Lapai Niger State is 170.
Therefore, if you are an applicant and you score below 170 in your JAMB UTME, then you will have no chance of gaining admission to the University.
But if you score above this cut-off mark, then you can proceed with other admission processes.
I must sound it as a note here that you are not guaranteed admission even if you have reached the JAMB cut-off mark.
JAMB score is not the only deciding factor. The University’s post-UTME is there too. So you will need to score high in JAMB, say from 200 upwards, to have a better competitive advantage.
All hope for admission is not lost if you are unable to score up the cut-off mark. You have the option to apply JAMB change of institution/course, where you can change to a polytechnic or college of education.
If changing your school of choice is not an option you can consider, it is still not a bad idea to wait for next year when you can go all over the JAMB registration again.
Then, you will need to buckle up, brace yourself with the knowledge of how to pass JAMB, to score a better mark in the JAMB UTME.
IBBU Departmental Cut-Off Marks
|1||Physics||170 and above|
|2||Geography||170 and above|
|3||Mathematics||170 and above|
|4||Computer Science||180 and above|
|5||Continuous Education and Community Development||170 and above|
|6||Science Education||170 and above|
|7||Counseling and Psychology||170 and above|
|8||History||170 and above|
|9||Sports Science and Education||170 and above|
|10||Food Science and Technology||180 and above|
|11||Geology and Mining||180 and above|
|12||Business Administration||170 and above|
|13||Economics||170 and above|
|14||Political Science||170 and above|
|15||Public Administration||170 and above|
|16||Sociology||170 and above|
|17||French||170 and above|
|18||Mass Communication||170 and above|
|19||Arabic||170 and above|
|20||Agricultural Economics and Extension Services||170 and above|
|21||Crop Production||170 and above|
|22||Animal Production||170 and above|
NOTE: The official list IBBU Departmental Cut-Off marks has not been released. Therefore, we urge you to refer to the above as a guide and not the actual list.
Nonetheless, we shall update the list immediately the official one is published by the University Management.
Briefly About the University
Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, Lapai is one out of the 41 state-owned universities in Nigeria.
It was established by the Niger State government in 2005.
This university was named after the former Nigerian Head of State, Gen. Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida.
Today, IBBU (as it is known in the short) has about 7000 students. The motto of the University is “Learning for Service.”
Faculties and Departments
Currently, there are 6 faculties and 22 departments in IBBU, Lapai:
Faculty of Natural Science
- Computer Science
Faculty of Education
- Continuous Education and Community Development
- Science Education
- Counseling and Psychology
- Sports Science and Education
Faculty of Applied Science and Technology
- Food Science and Technology
- Geology and Mining
Faculty of Management and Social Science
- Business Administration
- Political Science
- Public Administration
Faculty of Language and Communication
- Mass Communication
Faculty of Agriculture
- Agricultural Economics and Extension Services
- Crop Production
- Animal Production
Frequently Asked Questions
Does IBBU accept second choice candidates?
Yes, the University is one of the universities that accept candidates who chose them as the second choice of institution.
How can I get admission in IBBU?
To gain admission into the University, you must meet the following criteria:
- You must at least 5 credits in your O’ Level and English Language and Mathematics must be included alongside 3 other subjects relevant in your field of study
- You must also meet the required UTME cut-off mark of the University
- Your age must not be less than 16.
- You will have to provide documents proving your claims. Such documents include birth certificate, JAMB result slip, LGA or State certificate of origin, and so on.
How much do IBBU students pay as their school fees?
The school fees of the University varies with the department. Be that as it may, none is over N100, 000.
How can I check my admission status for IBB?
To check your admission status:
- Log on to www.portals.ibbu.edu.ng/ugreg/?q=admchecking2
- Enter your JAMB registration number in the field below
- Click the “Check Admission Status” button
With the knowledge of the JAMB cut-off mark of your dream University, you will be a step ahead towards your success.
And if you have read from the beginning up till this point, I will believe you have learned all you would want to know about the JAMB cut-off mark of Ibrahim Badamasi University (IBBU).
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