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NCEE 2017/2018 Entrance Exam Cut-Off Marks Published [For All 36 States]

The National Common Entrance Examination [NCEE] Board has published the Entrance Exam Cut-Off Mark of Each State for the 2017/18 session.

Below is the Current National Common Entrance Examination [NCEE] Cut-Off Marks Of Each State In The Federation 


State                               Male                        Female

Abia                                    65                               65
Adamawa                          40                               40
Akwa-Ibom                      63                                63
Anambra                           66                                66
Bauchi                               18                                 18
Benue                                60                                60
Borno                                33                                33
Cross-Rivers                    54                                 54
Delta                                  65                                65
Edo                                    63                                 63
Enugu                               65                                65
Imo                                    66                                66
Jigawa                               37                                 37
Kaduna                             52                                52
Kano                                 34                                34
Katsina                             37                                 37
Kebbi                                35                                35
Kogi                                  61                                 61
Kwara                               62                                 62
Lagos                                65                                 65
Niger                                49                                 49
Ogun                               65                                 65
Ondo                               64                                 64
Osun                               64                                 64
Oyo                                 63                                  63
Plateau                           52                                 52
Rivers                             62                                  62
Sokoto                           15                                   7
Taraba                            19                                   19
Yobe                               20                                  20
FCT-Abuja                    57                                   57
Bayelsa                          51                                   51
Ebonyi                           60                                  60
Ekiti                               62                                  62
Gombe                          37                                  37
Nassarawa                   42                                 42
Zamfara                        14                                  12

National Merit Cut-off Mark – 68

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5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. Abdulmumeen Issa

    July 9, 2018 at 8:09 pm

    I checked my son's admission status and it reads 'No qualification record for this Registration No.' Pls what does this mean plsssss

  2. Abdulmumeen Issa

    July 9, 2018 at 8:02 pm

    I check my son's admission status and it reads 'No qualifications record was found for this Registration No.' What does this mean Pls…

  3. Anonymous

    March 17, 2018 at 5:02 am

    Why the very very low cut-offs for northern states? 7 in Sokoto, for example Vs 66 in Anambra & Imo? This country needs restructuring.

    • Terkuma John

      March 25, 2018 at 4:56 pm

      Thats how it has been approved by the federal govt

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