National Common Entrance Examination 2018 Cut Off Mark for Each State

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.*

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*

*The funny thing is, those with lower cut off marks from the north will be the ones to run the govt 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? Why Nigeria is at the bottom of all good things and top of most bad issues in international/global ratings?*
Why our health, education, electricity, waterworks, refineries, petroleum distribution, etc. are in tatters?
*The above is a very graphic justification of the urgent need for Restructuring, at the very least!*

*DISTRIBUTE TO ALL FROM SOUTH-WEST, SOUTH-SOUTH & SOUTH-EAST NORTH CENTRAL ZONES OF NIGERIA* *WHO STILL THINK. CONSIDER THIS A NATIONAL EMERGENCY FOR THE SURVIVAL OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA!!!*
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*© Steve Awa*

4 Comments

  1. kosi July 9, 2018
  2. Mandi July 7, 2018
  3. Mati July 5, 2018
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