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What Is The NDA Cut-off Mark for JAMB 2021? Find Out Here

Filed in Exam, Jamb News by on June 29, 2021

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Do you wish to know of the NDA cut-off mark for JAMB 2021? Here, you will be informed of the latest information concerning the cut-off marks set by the Nigerian Defense Academy (NDA) for the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) for candidates.

NDA Cut-off Mark for JAMB 2021? Find Out Here

The Nigerian Defense Academy

The Nigerian Defense Academy popularly known as the NDA is the highest millitary institution within the country. It is basically saddled with the training of cadets into the Nigerian Army, Air Force and Navy.

The school is located in Kaduna having been established in 1964 four years after the country’s independence. It’s basic academic training period is four (4) years with a compulsory one (1) year military service which makes it five years.

What you Should Understand by JAMB Cut-off Marks

Before getting yourself bothered by the possibility of not getting the JAMB required cut-off marks for the NDA application, you need to have the follwing information.

By JAMB cut-off mark, this means the minimum required score you are to possess on your JAMB result to be eligible to apply for admission into any institution. In this page, you will learn of that of the NDA.

This, unlike what some people believe, is not the highest score you should have or the exact score. in other words, you can score above the cut-off marks but not below.

Therefore before proceeding to apply for the NDA, it is important to learn of their stipulated cut-off marks for each of their courses for the 2021/2022 session.

The NDA released List of Courses and their Cut-off Marks

The Admission board of the Nigerian Defense Academy has released its list of cut-off marks required for admissions into the various courses offered by te institution.

These cut-off marks are the scores candidates are required to have scored in their UTME or JAMB examinations. The list is as follows: These will be the JAMB score that will be used for admission into NDA for the 2021/2022 academic session.

NDA JAMB Cut-off Marks for Courses

Departmental cut off marks is the minimum cut off mark for admission into various departments in a particular University. Below is the NDA cut-off mark for JAMB 2021 in line with the respective courses offered by the school:

For Political and Defense Studies, Languages, Geography, Economics and Management Science, History, French, General Studies, Psychology, Accounting and Management, Biological Science, Mathematics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Intelligence and Cyber Security, the JAMB cut-off marks are 180.

Therefore, candidates looking to study the above named courses at the Nigerian Defense Academy in the 2021/2021 academic session are to ensure they score 18 and above in their JAMB examinations. Failure to reach the stated score is automatic disqualification.

For Electrical/Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Civil Engineering, the required cut-off mark is 210.

To qualify to study any of the three named courses, the minimum score a candidate should have in his or her JAMB result is 210. Scoring above that would be of added advantage, but anything below that is unacceptable by the institution.

NDA JAMB Cut-off Marks for Courses

General Requirements for Application

Aside being able to attain the cut-off marks or minimum score, there are other very important requirements which each candidate has to possess for the JAMB score to be useful.

In other words, even with the attainment of the cut-off marks, without these requirements being met,  gaining admission into the NDA would still be impossible.

list of General Requirementf for Admissions into the NDA

  1. Age Requirement: The minimum age requirement for any candidate seeking admission into the NDA is 16. Any candidate who applies for the institution without meeting this requirement is automatically disquaified irrespective of the JAMB score. 
  2. O’Level Requirement: This centers around the candidates’ O’Level results such as WAEC, GCE, NECO, NABTEB and other equivalents which must meet the minimum of five (5) credit passes in the relevant subjects at not more than two (2) sittings
  3. UTME Requirements: These are JAMB related conditions which candidates are to ensure in order to stand a chance of being admitted into the institution. They include: (1) Choosing the NDA as the preferred choice of institution on the JAMB registration form (2) meeting the cut-off mark requirement for the course applied for.
  4. for those who might not have chosen the NDA as their proferred institution during JAMB registration but wish to study in the institution, they can go ahead and effect the change of institution through the JAMB portal. But before going through with such, the candidate would have to be sure that he/she meets all the requirements so as to avoid wasting funds and time.

Other Things You Should Know

Since it is already your interest to apply for admissions into the NDA for the 2021/2022 session, you should therefore be ready to assimilate all the information on this page and subsequent ones which we will bring to you as they come.

You should therefore endeavour to bookmark this page for ease of access subsequently and do not forget to share with others who are in need of the information.

CSN Team.

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