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JAMB Cut-Off Mark for Law 2024/2025

JAMB Cut-Off Mark for Law 2024/2025: Law is one of the most popular and competitive courses in Nigeria. Many students aspire to study Law at various universities across the country. However, not all of them can achieve their dream due to the high cut-off mark required for admission.

In this article, we will explain what the JAMB cut-off mark for Law is, how it is determined, and what you need to do to increase your chances of getting admitted to study Law in 2024/2025.

What is the JAMB Cut-Off Mark for Law 2024/2025?

The JAMB cut-off mark for Law is the minimum score that you need to obtain in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) to be eligible for admission to study Law at any university in Nigeria.

The JAMB cut-off mark for Law for 2024/2025 is 250. This means that you need to score at least 250 out of 400 in the UTME to qualify for admission to study Law.

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However, scoring 250 does not guarantee your admission, as there are other factors that influence the admission process, such as the Post UTME score, the O’level result, the catchment area, and the available quota for each university.

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Nigerian Universities Offering Law and Their JAMB Cut-Off Mark 2024/2025

S/NUniversityJAMB Cut-Off Mark
1Adekunle Ajasin University230
2Ambrose Alli University220
3Afe Babalola University240
4Al-Hikmah University180
5Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University240
6Ajayi Crowther University220
7Adeleke University180
8Babcock University230
9Bauchi State University220
10Baze University180
11University of Benin250
12Benson Idahosa University180
13Bowen University230
14Benue State University220
15Enugu State University Of Science And Technology230
16University of Ibadan270
17Igbinedion University180
18Imo State University240
19Joseph Ayo Babalola University180
20University of Jos240
21Kogi State University220
22University of Lagos280
23Lead City University180
24Nasarawa State University220
25Niger Delta University230
26Nigeria Turkish Nile University180
27Obafemi Awolowo University260
28Osun State University230
29Rivers State University of Science and Technology230
30Ekiti State University240
31Renaissance University180
32University of Nigeria250
33National Open University of Nigeria180
34University of Uyo240
JAMB Cut-Off Mark for Law 2024/2025

How is the JAMB Cut-Off Mark for Law Determined?

The JAMB cut-off mark for Law is determined by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), which is the body responsible for conducting the UTME and regulating the admission of candidates into tertiary institutions in Nigeria.

JAMB considers several factors when setting the cut-off mark for Law, such as:

  • The general performance of candidates in the UTME
  • The number of candidates that applied for Law
  • The capacity and quota of each university that offers Law
  • The minimum standard of education required for Law
  • The national policy on education and the need for equity and fairness
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JAMB usually announces the cut-off mark for Law and other courses after the UTME results are released. The cut-off mark for Law may vary from year to year, depending on the factors mentioned above.

How to Increase Your Chances of Getting Admitted to Study Law 2024/2025

Scoring 250 or above in the UTME is not enough to secure your admission to study Law. You also need to meet the following requirements:

  • Have at least five credits in O’level subjects, including English Language, Literature in English, and any other three relevant subjects, in not more than two sittings
  • Register and sit for the Post UTME screening exercise of your preferred university and score high
  • Choose Law as your first choice of course and a reputable university as your first choice of institution
  • Apply for admission through the JAMB portal and upload your O’level result and other credentials
  • Check the admission list of your preferred university and accept your admission offer if successful

You should also note that some universities have higher cut-off marks for Law than the general JAMB cut-off mark of 250. For example, the University of Lagos (UNILAG) has a cut-off mark of 280 for Law, while the University of Ibadan (UI) has a cut-off mark of 270 for Law.

Therefore, you should research the cut-off mark and admission requirements of your preferred university before applying. You can also apply to more than one university to increase your chances of getting admitted.

Conclusion

Law is a highly sought-after and competitive course in Nigeria. To study Law, you need to score at least 250 in the UTME and meet other admission requirements of your preferred university.

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We hope this article has given you useful information on the JAMB cut-off mark for Law and how to increase your chances of getting admitted to study Law in 2024/2025.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them below. We wish you all the best in your academic pursuit.

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FAQs

What is the JAMB cut-off mark for Law in 2024/2025?

The JAMB cut-off mark for Law in 2024/2025 is 2501. This means that you need to score at least 250 out of 400 in the UTME to be eligible for admission to study Law at any university in Nigeria.

How is the JAMB cut-off mark for Law determined?

The JAMB cut-off mark for Law is determined by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), which considers several factors, such as the general performance of candidates in the UTME, the number of candidates that applied for Law, the capacity and quota of each university that offers Law, the minimum standard of education required for Law, and the national policy on education and the need for equity and fairness1.

Does scoring 250 guarantee admission to study Law?

No, scoring 250 does not guarantee admission to study Law, as there are other factors that influence the admission process, such as the Post UTME score, the O’level result, the catchment area, and the available quota for each university1. You also need to meet the specific cut-off mark and admission requirements of your preferred university, which may be higher than the general JAMB cut-off mark of 25023.

What are the O’level requirements for Law?

To study Law, you need to have at least five credits in O’level subjects, including English Language, Literature in English, and any other three relevant subjects, in not more than two sittings1.

What are the Post UTME requirements for Law?

To study Law, you need to register and sit for the Post UTME screening exercise of your preferred university and score high. The Post UTME cut-off mark for Law is usually the same as the JAMB cut-off mark of 250, but some universities may have higher or lower cut-off marks123.

How can I increase my chances of getting admitted to study Law?

To increase your chances of getting admitted to study Law, you need to do the following:

– Choose Law as your first choice of course and a reputable university as your first choice of institution
– Apply for admission through the JAMB portal and upload your O’level result and other credentials
– Check the admission list of your preferred university and accept your admission offer if successful
– Apply to more than one university to increase your chances of getting admitted
– Prepare well for the UTME and the Post UTME and score high
– Have a good O’level result with at least five credits in relevant subjects
– Research the cut-off mark and admission requirements of your preferred university before applying.

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