The Maritime Academy of Nigeria has recently released the JAMB cut-off marks for the 2023/2024 academic session. And these cut-off marks are crucial for candidates who have chosen the academy as their preferred institution during JAMB registration. They serve as the minimum requirement for admission into the academy’s various courses. So, here are the cut-off marks for the different programs:
- Nautical Science: 175
- Marine Engineering: 175
- Electrical/Electronic Engineering: 175
- Maritime Transport and Business Studies: 160
Candidates who scored below these cut-off marks in the UTME will not be eligible for admission this year. It is important to note that meeting the cut-off mark does not guarantee admission. As there may be additional requirements and screening processes to consider.
If you have met or exceeded the cut-off mark for your desired course, you will be automatically considered for admission through the academy’s screening process. However, if your score falls below the cut-off mark, you will not be eligible to participate in the Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oron Screening exercise.
We highly recommend that candidates carefully review these cut-off marks and make well-informed decisions regarding their admission options at the Maritime Academy of Nigeria.
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