VNTI Students’ Appeal to JAMB On Fixing 2013 Cut-Off marks…

Greetings to 2013 JAMBites, by now most of us have seen our JAMB results and the tension is high now as we await the official announcement of the JAMB cut-off mark for this year’s exam, 2013. We have just learnt that JAMB plans to release this year’s general cut-off mark on the 17th of June, 2013!

Since after the JAMB exams, there have been many rumours and speculations about the general results for this year’s JAMB. Many students, friends and even parents are praying that the cut-off mark will come down a little lower this year to about 170, while some others are even hoping that it will come down to around 160.

Now the big question is, Can this happen? Is there a possibility? Or otherwise can we influence this? Maybe not, but we can try and may even succeed if we work hard and work together. It is better to fail at achieving something, than to succeed at achieving nothing.

Strategically, the only way we can draw some attention to this issue and possibly influence the out come of JAMB’s decision on the general cut-off mark for this year, is to join our voices together as ONE LOUD VOICE and send a resounding plea to JAMB and those in authority for favourable considerations in the fixing of this years general cut-off mark.

This issue affects ALL OF US! Either as a JAMBite or your brother, sister, cousins, or even friends took the JAMB or maybe as a parent with a child or ward who took the exam and you wish that JAMB would be considerate and give these children a chance and opportunity to participate in the forth-coming Post-UTME tests in Universities nation wide in pursuit of their admission dreams, then you need to join forces with us.

WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO?
1. Go to the top-right corner of this page (http://www.facebook.com/vnti.nigeria) and click on ‘Like’ to like the page. This will ensure that you continue to receive feeds from this page as we continue to pursue and follow-up this issue.
2. Locate the All Nigerian Students Appeal to JAMB post, and like the post. Then post your comment in support of this Appeal to JAMB. You can simply say, ‘I support this.’
3. Then share this page link with ALL your friends, ask and convince them on why and how to lend their support.
• Share this link on your wall. Post it on every forum that you belong to online.
• Send it by SMS to your fellow friends. Ask them to hustle it across to all their own friends, and ask them to convince their friends to spread it also to all their friends.
• We need to keep on spreading this Appeal until someone in authority and of relevance takes notice and puts in a word in favour of our cause.

WHO CAN SUPPORT? Anyone! Everyone! If you took JAMB, whether you scored above 180 or not, we need your support. You must have a friend, or brother, or sister, or cousin who didn’t make such score and who you wish could be given an opportunity to attempt gaining admission this year. Otherwise you could be a parent, or policy maker or someone, who has someone who needs such consideration. Or you know someone who knows someone, who needs this consideration.

HOW CAN WE ACHIEVE THIS? There’s only one way, HARD WORK! Like this page (http://www.facebook.com/vnti.nigeria). Then like the Appeal and submit your comment in support. Then share this page link with ALL your friends, ask and convince them on why and how to lend their support. Share this link on your wall. Post it on every forum that you belong to online. Send it by SMS to your fellow friends. Ask them to hustle it across to all their own friends, and ask them to convince their friends to spread it also to all their friends. We need to keep on spreading this call until someone in authority and of relevance takes notice and puts in a word for us.

UNITED we STAND and SUCCEED, but DIVIDED we will surely FALL and FAIL. Yes, we can make it. Let us link up together and support this LOUD Appeal to JAMB!

We Appeal to JAMB to favourably consider this year’s cut-off mark to between 160 and 170. Support this cause!
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Comments

  1. Philip Amodu says:

    I support

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