Past Year Paper Analysis for the JAMB 2020

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Many people believe that the standard of Nigerian education is falling. For many years now, there have been calls on government at all levels to take pro-active actions that could return the country to its lost glory, education-wise.

But the recent announcement of 160 as cut-off by Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) for admission into the university for 2020/2021 academic year has elicited angry responses from many Nigerians who described as a sign of dangerous thing coming for Nigeria’s education sector.

A former vice chancellor of University of Lagos (UNILAG), who suggested that it should be 250 for university and 200 for Polytechnic.

He observed that lowering cut-off mark to 160 would reduce quality of education as well as quality of graduates tertiary institutions would produce.