Hallmark University Cut-off Mark 2024/2025 | JAMB & Post-UTME

Hallmark University Cut-Off Marks for Admission 2024/2025 academic session has been released: The Hallmark University, Ijebu Itele cut-off mark is based on merit and catchment area benefits.

Hallmark University cut-off mark

Hallmark University 2024/2025 JAMB Cut-off Mark

The Hallmark University JAMB cut-off mark is a minimum JAMB score expected by any candidate who wants to get admission into Hallmark University.

This is the least JAMB score eligible for the Hallmark University post-UTME screening. Last admission year, Hallmark University accepted candidates who scored 160 and above in JAMB UTME.

This year, the situation might be different because of low performance among candidates in the UTME exam.

We have yet to hear from the school management regarding this year’s Hallmark University JAMB cut-off mark. Of course, we will update you once the news is broken.

Hallmark University 2024/2025 Post-UTME Cut-off Mark

The Hallmark University Post-UTME cut-off mark is the minimum score in the post-UTME screening expected by any candidate with the Hallmark University JAMB cut-off mark for people who participated in the Hallmark University Post UTME Screening.

This is the least post-UTME score eligible for admission consideration.

The Hallmark University post-UTME cut-off mark was 50% as of the last admission year. That is, candidates who scored at least 50 over 100 in the post-UTME screening were eligible to be considered for admission.

See below the Hallmark University post-UTME cut-off mark for the last 2024/2025 admission year. This will give you a clue of what I was explaining above.

Faculty of Medical Sciences Cut-Off Mark

Medicine – 250 and Above

Faculty of Law Cut-Off Mark

Law – 240 and above

Faculty of Engineering Cut-Off Mark

Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical, Civil, Computer, etc. – 220 and above

Faculty of Science Cut-Off Mark

Industrial Chemistry, Industrial Physics, Computer Science, Geology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Anatomy, etc. – 190 and above

Other Courses Except those mentioned above accept from 160 cut-off mark and above.

Hallmark University Departmental Cut-off Mark

The Hallmark University departmental cut-off mark is the final minimum score expected from a candidate to get admission into his/her course of choice at Hallmark University.

This is purely based on the department or course involved. The Hallmark University courses and cut-off marks for admission are not static and its influenced by the following;

1. General Performance

General performance among candidates aspiring for that course in the SSCE, JAMB, and Post UTME; The better the performance, the higher the department’s admission cut-off mark. The final admission cut-off mark is derived from the following.

  • WAEC/NECO/NABTEB GPA (grade points from the relevant O’level subjects).  
  • Average between the JAMB score and the post-UTME screening score. 

2. Admission Quota

Each department has admission quotas allocated by the Nigerian University Commission (NUC). For example, suppose the admission quota for Medicine and Surgery is 100.

In that case, the department will not accept any more candidates for admission after the slot is exhausted, no matter the candidate’s score.

In this case, the university admits candidates based on merit hierarchy (from the best candidate down to where the quota becomes exhausted). We will like to believe you understand us here.

Reasons Why Hallmark University Admission is very competitive

The Hallmark University final cut-off mark for admission is consistently high because of admission competition. Hallmark University is one of the most popular Private Universities in Nigeria.

As a result of its popularity, many students wish to study at this prestigious university which causes a lot of competition for admission slots.


Now that you know the cut-off mark for Hallmark University, ensure you study and prepare well to meet the cut-off mark.

We at Realmina wish you the best!

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