Tanimola Oluwasolape Mary asked 2 months ago

I want to study medicine and surgery and I want to know the possible mark to get in Jamb. I depend on the school. Click here to see the Jamb score required to gain admission.

During college getting into medical school is by no means guaranteed. In order to be competitive you are going to need to get A’s and perhaps a few B’s in your core basic science courses. As most schools grade on a curve this means that only a finite number of these grades will be given. This, in my experience, led to a very competitive and non cooperative environment.

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Isaac Inegbenehi Staff answered 1 year ago

Medicine is very competitive. Also, possible mark to get in Jamb depends on your school. For federal schools like UNIBEN, OAU, UI, UNILAG, etc, you need to score far above 250. If you can’t score up to that, then prepare very well for Post UTME. For State and Private Universities, Jamb score of 240 and a very good post utme is what you need.

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