NICT Cut Off Mark 2024/2025 Academic Session

NICT Cut Off Mark 2024/2025; UTME candidates who have selected the National Institute of Construction Technology Uromi for the 2024 academic session. We would like to bring to your attention that the institution has recently released its cut-off mark for admission. To secure admission into the university, you must check if you meet the requirements and start preparing for the admission process accordingly. Below you will find the cut-off mark and the list of accredited courses, which will give you a clear understanding of the score you need to achieve and the courses that are available to you.

To be considered for admission into the National Institute of Construction Technology Uromi for the 2024/2025 academic session, your UTME scores will be assessed meticulously. The Polytechnic will only consider applicants who have achieved or exceeded the minimum cut-off mark prescribed by the institution. It’s important to note that there is a minimum score requirement set by the Polytechnic for eligibility, which means that students whose UTME scores fall below the prescribed cut-off mark may not be granted admission to the university. Therefore, you must work hard to achieve the minimum score requirement and prepare well for the admission process.

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Cut-Off Mark 2024/2025

To be considered for the post-UTME screening exercise at the National Institute of Construction Technology Uromi, you must achieve a minimum score of 120 in the recently conducted JAMB UTME examination. It’s worth noting that the cut-off mark for all degree courses listed below is also 120. Therefore, if you have scored at least 120 in the JAMB UTME examination, you can apply for any of the degree courses listed below:

– Building Technology

– Quantity Surveying

– Architectural Technology

– Electrical/Electronic Engineering

– Civil Engineering

– Computer Engineering

– Estate Management

– Urban and Regional Planning

However, it’s important to note that meeting the cut-off mark is not enough to guarantee admission to the Polytechnic or your preferred degree course. Admission is also subject to meeting other requirements and criteria set by the National Institute of Construction Technology Uromi.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the cut-off mark or the admission process, please feel free to comment below, and we will be more than happy to assist you in any way we can.

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