NMU Cut-off Mark 2022/2023 (JAMB and Departmental)

NMU Cut-off Mark – Nigerian Maritime University (NMU) JAMB and departmental cut-off mark for the 2022/2023 academic session.

The management of Nigerian Maritime University, Okerenkoko, has announced the cut-off marks for 2019 to 2022 academic session.

Before a student can enroll in any course at a university, he or she must meet certain requirements. One of these is getting the required cutoff score for each school as well as passing the course. If you meet the cut-off mark for a course, it’s very easy to get admitted.

The cut-off mark is an agreed-upon score that an institution uses as a minimum for admitting students to study in a certain department. This score is usually given to candidates based on how well they did on a certain test. But students who scored higher than the required cut-off mark will be admitted and given priority in the admissions process over those who scored exactly at the cut-off mark.

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NMU Cut-off Mark (JAMB)

The minimum score needed to get into Nigerian Maritime University for 2019 to 2022 academic year is 180.

So, candidates who get a score of up to 180 are automatically allowed to take the post-UTME exam at the institution. The greater your JAMB score, the greater your chances of gaining admission to the course listed on your UTME application.

NMU Departmental Cut-off Mark

COURSESCUT OFF MARK
Faculty of Engineering
Electrical Engineering240 and above
Civil Engineering240 and above
Marine Engineering240 and above
Mechanical Engineering240 and above
Petroleum and Gas Engineering240 and above
Faculty of Environmental Management
Marine Geology230 and above
Environmental Management and Pollution Control230 and above
Fisheries and Aquaculture230 and above
Marine Economics and Finance230 and above
Meteorology and Climate Change230 and above
Nautical Science230 and above
Port Management230 and above
Faculty of Transport
Transport logistics Management180 and above

The Nigerian Maritime University, NMU admission cutoff mark for 2022/2023 has not yet been announced.

This page will give you a good idea of what to expect. Also, once the cut-off mark is revealed, this page will be updated.

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