NDA Cut-Off Marks for 74th Regular Course 2022/2023 Academic Session

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Nigerian Defence Academy, NDA cut-off marks for the 2022/2023 academic session 74th Regular Course admission exercise.

NDA admission cut off marks



The management of the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) has released the cut-off marks for the 2022/2023 academic session admission.

SEE ALSO: Cut-off Marks for Other Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges.

NDA Cut-Off Mark

According to the management, only candidates who score a minimum of 180 (for Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences, Science and Military Science & Interdisciplinary Studies) and 210 (for Faculty of Engineering) in JAMB 2021 examination shall be offered admission into NDA by the AFSB.

Note that Candidates admitted into NDA for Regular Course will undergo military and academic training as Officer Cadets for a duration of 5 years for Nigerian Army cadets 4 years for Nigerian Navy, and Nigerian Air force cadets. Upon successfully completing training, graduates will earn an honours degree in a core discipline (BSc, BEng, BA). They will equally earn a Presidential Commission into the Armed Forces of Nigeria.

See also: Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) Entrance Exam Date & Subject Combinations – 74th Regular Course.


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