Cut-off marks for entrance to Federal UNITY Schools for all 36 states and the FCT

Unity schools are now popular academic institutions in Nigeria. The reason the federal government established unity schools is to unite the country through quality education.

The history of this educational institution can be traced to the military era. Pupils are made to understand that through interaction and teachings that the unity of the country is paramount so as to preserve the nation’s sovereignty through academics.

In this post we provide cut-off marks into Federal unity schools in Nigeria for the 36 states and also the cutt-off for males and females respectively. The only reality on ground that most people fault the Ministry of education in the country is the cut off figures for the Northern unity schools which is lower than those in the south-west and south east.

This is so due to the low literacy level in the northern region and since the government wants to make sure that students get quality education, the need to establish learning institutions such as schools, universities and even polytechnics arose.

Below is the current Cut-off marks for the different states in Nigeria into Federal Unity Schools.

Abia – Male (130) Female (130)

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Adamawa – Male (62) Female (62)

Akwa-Ibom – Male (123) Female (123)

Anambra – Male (139) Female (139)

Bauchi – Male (35) Female (35)

Bayelsa – Male (72) Female (72)

Benue – Male (111) Female (111)

Borno – Male (45) Female (45)

Cross-Rivers – Male (97) Female (97)

Delta – Male (131) Female (131)

Ebonyi – Male (112) Female (112)

Edo – Male (127) Female (127)

Ekiti – Male (119) Female (119)

Enugu – Male (134) Female (134)

Gombe – Male (58) Female (58)

Imo – Male (138) Female (138)

Jigawa – Male (44) Female (44)

Kaduna – Male (91) Female (91)

Kano – Male (67) Female (67)

Kastina – Male (60) Female (60)

Kebbi – Male (9) Female (20)

Kogi – Male (119) Female (119)

Kwara – Male (123) Female (123)

Lagos – Male (133) Female(133)

Nassarawa – Male (58) Female (58)

Niger – Male (93) Female (93)

Ogun – Male (131) Female (131)

Ondo – Male (126) Female (126)

Osun – Male (127) Female (127)

Oyo – Male (127) Female (127)

Plateau – Male (97) Female (97)

Rivers – Male (118) Female (118)

Sokoto – Male (9) Female (13)

Taraba – Male (3) Female (11)

Yobe – Male (2) Female (27)

Zamfara – Male (4) Female (2)

FCT Abuja – Male (90) Female (90)

Most people have argued that the cut-off marks above spells the meaning of institutionalized injustice in Nigeria. Do you agree that every state in Nigeria that has unity schools should have similar cut-off marks?

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  1. John

    I don’t understand what u are talking about? Is it University cutoff mark or what?

  2. Prince Awogbade joshua

    Talking of federal secondary school

  3. Williams

    If we are saying that Nigeria is one why a child that scored 127 and failed but another scored just 10 and pass is injustice I am in of let all state be at same cut off marks

  4. ONU LINDA KELECHI

    I DON’T AGREE FOR THE SCORES OF ALL THE UNITY SECONDARY SCHOOLS TO BE THE SAME. THE WAY IT IS BEING DONE IS OK. BUT, IN CASE THEIR ARE STUDENTS THAT DID NOT WANT TO REGISTER WITH THE SCHOOL, THE BOARD SHOULD GET A SUPPLIMENTRY LIST ACCORDINGLY.

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