It is no longer news that the JAMB 2016 official cut-off mark for universities, polytechnics and Colleges of education stands at 180.
The direct implication of this is that candidates who scored less than 180 stand no chance in this year’s admission.
This may not sound fair but then is the reality you have to face now.
We cannot confidently say now that there will be a change on that decision, but we do not negate the fact that anything can still happen.
So while you pray and hope that the decision shifts to your favour, you should also start thinking of alternatives to securing admission.
We already have a post on the alternatives you can explore to secure admission on this website. It was initially posted for candidates who scored below 150 in the 2016 UTME, but with the situation on ground, the post will be immensely helpful to you as well.