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Pay attention to full scholarship programs. You can create Google alert to get information about full scholarships in Nigeria and abroad. With full scholarships, you won’t pay a dime for school fees.

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No university is best. Every university in Nigeria has its own strength and weaknesses. Do your research and choose where you want to study.

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You’re to write 4 subjects in JAMB with the correct subject combinations.

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  • OK but my course is saying five like English language and government is compulsory and three other arts and social science subjects with a trade subject which I don’t understand

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    Jamb cutoff marks vary. For example, UI default cut-off mark is 200, while Delsu cut off marks is 180. You can check cut-off marks here. You should focus on the cut off for a particular course.

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    You can visit this page for all subject combinations

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    If you gain admission through UTME, you will spend 4 years in the university. If you came through Direct Entry, you will spend 3 years. However, some courses are studied for 5 – 6 years.

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    Mathematics is a compulsory subject in WAEC. In fact, Mathematics is chosen by default during registration. However, there are over 75 courses that do not require you to have credit in Mathematics but you must have a least D7 or E8.

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    English is a compulsory subject in WAEC. In fact, English is chosen by default during registration. However, there are over 45 courses that do not require you to have credit in English language but you must have a least D7 or E8

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    No… Mathematics is not a compulsory subject in JAMB except for courses that require it. What I meant is, even though mathematics is not a must, some courses require that you register and pass Mathematics in JAMB.

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  • Good evening!
    Please I want to know the possibility of changing my course from Public administration to Economics though i didn’t write Maths in JAMB. Any chance? please reply.

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    Yes… English is a compulsory subject for all courses in Nigeria and a must for you to register in JAMB.

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    Yes, you can. If you could not make WAEC in one sitting, you can use two WAEC result which means two sittings to gain admission into most universities in Nigeria. You can use 2 NECO or GCE.

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    Yes, you can. If you could not make WAEC in one sitting, you can WAEC and GCE which means two sittings to gain admission into most universities in Nigeria.

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    Yes, you can. If you could not make WAEC in one sitting, you can WAEC and NECO which means two sittings to gain admission into most universities in Nigeria.

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    Literature is not a compulsory subject for any art or commercial student. However, there are some university courses that require literature as part of your subject combinations in WAEC, NECO or GCE. Less than 50 courses require literature and most these courses are under Art and Humanities.

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