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JAMB Policy Meeting 2020: What Candidates Should Expect From The Meeting

By now you must have known that the 2020 JAMB policy meeting has been scheduled to hold on Tuesday, June 16th, 2020. Most candidates do not know the essence and the importance of the JAMB policy meeting each year. This post is to highlight the importance of the meeting and what candidates should expect after the meeting.

JAMB has already stated that the meeting will chart policy directions for the nation’s tertiary institutions, set admission guidelines, and make a holistic review of application statistics, performance, decide concessional and acceptable minimum admissions standards as well as evaluate the 2019 admissions exercise

However, many candidates do not know in simple terms what these means. So we have decided to break it down in simple terms so candidates will understand clearly and know what to expect after the meeting.

What Candidates Should Expect After 2020 JAMB Policy Meeting
So as we wait for the outcome of the JAMB Policy Meeting, below are the things you should expect during and after the meeting:

1.The 2020 official minimum Cut off marks for Universities, Polytechnics, and Colleges of Education will be decided and made know after the meeting.

2. The 2020 admission deadlines for all institutions will be made known after the meeting
JAMB may reveal application statistics and institutions with the highest number of applications during the meeting

3. How institutions performed during the 2019/2020 admission exercise will equally be addressed

4. The meeting will signal the commencement of the 2020 Admission exercise. This means schools will start announcing their Post-UTME screening and sales of form after the meeting. This means Post-UTME is around the corner. If you haven’t started preparing, you better do now.

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