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4 Top Admission Requirement To Study Law In Any Nigerian University
Well today, you and I will take a cursory look on the subject 4 Top Admission Requirement To Study Law in any Nigerian University.
This has become very important because of the different comments I been receiving from potential law students around the country.
If you have been asking questions about;.
- O’level requirements For Law
- Requirements to study law in any university
- Waec subjects for law
- Universities law admission requirements
- UTME Subjects for law
- Entry Requirements for law degree
- A levels you need to study law
- Law school entrance requirements
Then of course you are welcome because your search just ended.
However if you don’t want to read all of this article you can quickly check UTME Subject combination for LAW by clicking the link provided.
Moving further into the topic 4 Top Admission Requirement To Study Law, it is worthy of note that aspirants applying into any university must meet certain requirements before planning to study law.
Some of those requirements will be talked about after the topic.
Therefore, it is advisable to read on to the end.
If you are not too busy, lets quickly see the 4 Top Admission Requirement To Study Law.
4 Top Admission Requirement To Study Law
The following are the top admission requirements to study law in a any Nigerian University.
The journey of a thousand miles they say begins with a step and you know very well that you cannot possibly climb a ladder from the top.
The very first Admission requirement you need to have is your O’Level result.
Therefore, all potential law aspirants of any university in Nigeria must obtain a minimum of 5 credit passes in SSCE (Senior Secondary School Certificate) [WAEC or NECO] or its equivalent.
This result has to be obtained in not more than two sittings.
Several Aspirants used to think that they don’t need mathematics in the West African Examinations Council Exam or National Examination Council Exam.
Let me give you a thriller, it is compulsory that you pass both English and Mathematics for any course you want to study in Nigeria especially Law.
Then of course, you will need credit passes in subjects relevant to law eg Literature.
JAMB Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination
After successfully passing and getting your O’Level result, then the nest important requirement is JAMB result.
Therefore, all potential law aspirants must sit for the JAMB UTME exam.
I will like to reiterate that I have provided a link at the beginning of this article on JAMB subject combination for all subjects especially law.
You can read it again and make sure you share to your friends.
Anyway, it is imperative to note that you need English Language which is compulsory for all UTME students, Literature in English and any other two Social Science or Arts subjects.
Law is a highly competitive course in any Nigerian University just like Medicine and Surgery.
Therefore, you need be ready to beat the cut off mark set for your choice of institution.
Good luck with that.
After you have sat for and passed the Unified Tertiary and Matriculation Board Exam, you will need to cross just one more hurdle to becoming a law student f your choice university.
Each university strictly conducts their Post UTME without the help of any external agencies.
The bitter truth is that if you are successful in JAMB UTME but not successful in your school’s Post UTME, your chances of getting admission is almost Zero especially if your score is way below the cut off mark.
But not to worry, I have written a comprehensive article on how to pass Post UTME right here in the link provided and so you might want to check it now.
If you are applying to the University of Benin, I also have a good package for you right here.
When you want to separate the seed from the chaff, you use post UTME.
Therefore, if you don’t pass the exam, I am afraid you may have to try again from the 2nd Admission requirement for law discussed right here today.
- How To Pass Post UTME Exam/Post UTME Exam Confidence boosting tricks
- How To Pass Uniben Post UTME
- Examination Preparation Guide
The last among the 4 Top Admission Requirement To Study Law in any Nigerian university is through Direct Entry.
Diploma Holders can also decide to further their education by taking the JAMB Direct Entry for.
After taking this said form, this qualifies you for the 3rd among the 4 Top Admission Requirement To Study Lawin any Nigerian University discussed here today i.e Post UTME.
This means you also have to sit to write the post UTME screening exam and like I have said earlier, failure to pass it means you are starting right on from the buying another Direct entry form the next year.
Of course, you need to be able to manage exam stress effectively to be able to go through all these processes.
That’s the much I can Take on the topic 4 Top Admission Requirement To Study Law.
However, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask.
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