JAMB Releases Result Statistics for 2021 UTME

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Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB Result Statistics | JAMB has now sent in the Official Result Statistics for the 2021 UTME . This statistics includes the total number of results to be released, and the number of results being withheld for further investigations.

JAMB Result Statistics

JAMB claims to have viewed all CCTV footage in all centres nationwide. They combined all the information from the CCTV footage, with reports from supervisors, monitors and other independent Nigerians, to come up with the following statistics;

JAMB Result Statistics 2021

The Joint Admission Matriculation Board has disclosed that the University of Ilorin and University of Lagos, Akoka are the first two institutions who had the highest numbers of candidates who selected them as first choice universities in Nigeria. This was contained in the 2021 JAMB policy document signed by the JAMB’s registrar, Prof. Is-haq Oloyede.

Total Number of 2019 UTME Candidates: 1,312,992

Number of Released Results: 1,758,599

Number of With-held Results: Released

Further break down shows that,  168,613 candidates scored between 200 and 249, which he said is a significant improvement from the 2021 results.

JAMB Top Choice Institutions And Performance Statistics in 2021 UTME

  1. UNILORIN which was the first had 78,466 applications,
  2. UNILAG had 59,190,
  3. University of Benin, 49,763;
  4. University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 47,239;
  5. Federal University, Oye-Ekiti, 45,920;
  6. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, 44,509;
  7. Bayero University, 44,352;
  8. Nnamdi Azikiwe University, 43542;
  9. Obafemi Awolowo University, 42, 614 and
  10. University of Jos, 38,309.

See Also: 2021 JAMB Result is Out | See How to Check JAMB UTME CBT Result Online

The report also revealed the performance statistics for 2021 UTME. According to the report, out of the total  1,312,992 applicants who wrote UTME in 2021, 168,613 scored 200 and above, 236,936 scored 190 above, 327,624 scored 180, 445,597 scored 170 above, 5995,015 scored 160 above, 772,463 scored 150 above, 964,098 scored 140 above and 1,134,854 scored 130 and above. It added that 66,811 scored below 120 and 1,245,449 scored 120 and above

The report also identified extortion of candidates by some centres during registration as a major challenge the board experienced.

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