UNN Cut Off Mark For Pharmacists (2024)

UNN Cut Off Mark For Pharmacists

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This post unpacks everything you need to know about the UNN cut-off mark for pharmacy in 2024, alongside tackling the top FAQs.

First things first, the official UNN JAMB cut-off mark for all courses in 2024 remains 160. This means you need to cross this hurdle to be eligible for the next stage – the Post UTME screening.

Now, for the pharmacy-specific cut-off: buckle up as it’s higher than the general mark. In 2023, the merit cut-off was 286.

Remember, this can fluctuate slightly year-on-year depending on several factors like the number of applicants and their scores. Keep an eye on the UNN website for the official announcement for 2024.


The Merit Cut-Off:

Here’s where things get interesting: UNN also considers indigenous state quotas. If you hail from Enugu, Anambra, Imo, Ebonyi, Abia, Delta, Akwa Ibom, Taraba, Rivers, Borno, or Adamawa, you might benefit from lower cut-offs specific to your state. These ranged from 251 to 283 in 2023. So, check if your state falls under this category!

Educationally Less Developed States (ELDS) quota: UNN reserves a spot for candidates from educationally disadvantaged states. The cut-off for this category is usually lower than the merit mark but hasn’t been announced yet for 2024.


What’s the best way to stay updated on cut-off marks?

Follow the official UNN website and social media channels closely. They’ll announce the official cut-offs once they’re finalized.

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What if my score doesn’t meet the cut-off?

Don’t give up! Consider applying to other universities with lower cut-offs or retaking JAMB to improve your score.

How important is the Post UTME for pharmacy admission?

Extremely! Aim for a high score in the Post UTME as it carries significant weight in the final selection process.

Are there any additional requirements for pharmacy admission at UNN?

Yes! You’ll need to meet specific O’Level subject requirements related to science and mathematics. Check the UNN prospectus for details.

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