24 hours after the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board JAMB concluded its policy meeting and pegged the cut-off marks for universities as 120, 100 for polytechnics and other higher institutions receiving a reduction in their respective cut-off marks, Nigerians have been reacting to this development.
Some say it is welcomed since institutions are now allowed to screen their respective candidates through internal exams while others say the policy is wrong.
Students who did not make up to 180 in their JAMB results (which was the former cut-off mark for universities) have expressed joy as this will give them a second chance.
Below are some tweeter feed of the reactions on Twitter.
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