Following the release of cut of mark by the JAMB (Joint Admission Matriculation Board) yesterday pegging minimum score for universities entry as 120 and 100 for polytechnics and colleges of education, Nigerians did not see any meaning in the development.
Social media users have criticized JAMB for making the cut off so low, saying last year was raised a little higher, giving those who score high a considerably fair of competitive opportunity.
Others said JAMB is bent on destroying the educational system of Nigerian, saying it is a blow on the perceived standard of education.
FAVOUR ONYEOZIRI @Rouvafe said, “Let’s just pretend like the new JAMB cutoff marks is not meant to favour a specific part of the Country. The problem with Nigeria is not JAMB cutoff marks, it’s the fact that we have very few & ill equipped universities to serve the masses”