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NCEE Releases Cut-Off Marks Of Each State For 2017/18 Despite Angst

Despite condemnations trailing cut-off marks in examinations, NCEE published varying entrance exam cut-off mark of each state for 2017/18 session.
Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu

Despite condemnations trailing cut-off marks in examinations, the National Common Entrance Examination [NCEE] board published varying entrance exam cut-off mark of each state for the 2017/18 session.

The current NCEE cut-off marks of each state in the federation is stated as follows:

       STATE  MALE    FEMALE 

1. Abia 65         65

2. Adamawa           40         40

3. Akwa-Ibom 63         63

4. Anambra 66         66

5. Bauchi 18         18

6. Bayelsa 51         51

7. Benue 60         60

8. Borno 33         33

9. Cross-Rivers      54         54

10. Delta 65         65

11. Ebonyi 60         60

12. Edo 63         63

13. Ekiti 62         62

14. Enugu 65         65

15. Gombe 37         37

16. Imo 66         66

17. Jigawa 37         37

18. Kaduna 52         52

19. Kano 34         34

20. Katsina 37         37

21. Kebbi 35         35

22. Kogi 61         61

23. Kwara 62         62

24. Lagos 65         65

25. Nassarawa 42         42

26. Niger 49         49

27. Ogun 65         65

28. Ondo 64         64

29. Osun 64         64

30. Oyo 63         63

31. Plateau 52         52

32. Rivers 62         62

33. Sokoto 15          7

34. Taraba 19         19

35. Yobe 20         20

36. Zamfara 14         12

        FCT-Abuja 57         57

In the words of the author of this piece, Mr Uchenna Makiavelli Stephen, “the funny thing is, those with lower cut off marks from the north will be the ones to run the government tomorrow. 

“They will be appointed judges, chief Justice, controllers, central bank heads, and heads of government agencies and ministries.

“Are you still wondering why some want out of this evil forest?” he asked.

He stressed that the above is a very graphic description of the injustice, imbalance and inequity bedeviling the Nigeria State 

He, therefore, insisted on an “urgent need for Restructuring at the very least”!

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