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O'level Requirements for Admission of Arts, Commercial, Social Sciences Students


O’level Requirements for Admission of Arts, Commercial, Social Sciences Students

Like we have stated over and over on this website, many admission seeker lose out every year mainly because they are ignorant of admission procedures of Nigerian tertiary institutions. Today, we want to look comprehensively at the O’level requirements for admission of candidates aspiring to gain admission into science courses. And as usual, we advise that you pay attention to this vital information before proceeding with your registration for 2019/2020 JAMB UTME Examination. [By the way, you can click >>This link<< to get Detailed Registration Instructions & Guidelines as regards 2019/2020 JAMB’s CBT Examination].
All prospective Nigerian university students, irrespective of the course or department they are vying for, must have obtained a credit level pass in five relevant subjects in any of the recognized O’level examinations: WAEC, NECO, NABTEB, and so on.
For the arts students who plan to pursue courses like Archaeology, Linguistics, Mass Comm., and so on, it is required that they possess a minimum of 5 O’level credit level passes in the following subjects: English language, Lit. In English, Mathematics and any other two Arts/Social Science subjects.
Commercial students planning to pursue courses like Accounting, Banking and Finance, Business Administration and the rest must possess a minimum of 5 ‘O’level credit passes in English, Mathematics, Economics and any other relevant subjects.
Social Science students who plan to pursue courses like Economics, Political Science, Psychology and the rest must possess a minimum of 5 ‘O’level credit passes in English, Mathematics, Economics, and any other relevant subjects.
See also: JAMB Syllabus For all Subjects – Latest Edition.
Hint: You must credit the required courses in not more than two sittings. The implication of this is that you cannot combine more than two O’level results. Note however, that Medical science faculties in some federal schools like UNN do not allow for combination of results. They insist that you must make your results in one sitting.
Check: O’level Requirements for Admission of Sciences Students
Alright.
So you have it all up there. But there is another very important thing you must give due consideration to and that is the issue of UTME subject combination. Over the years, this has been one of the several, heartbreaking causes of admission failure. You can check the four correct UTME subjects for your prospective course here, JAMB Subject Combination for All Courses.



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