JAMB Subject Combination & UTME/DE Requirement for COMBINED ARTS.
Do you want to study Combined Arts in any Nigerian University?? Then we have got you covered. The good thing about this page is that, you will not be denied admission for the wrong subject combination or requirement.
In this page we are going to show you the JAMB subject combination and requirement for Combined Arts.
The UTME and Direct requirement below was lifted from JAMB Official Brochure. It is the Accurate and Official version for Combined Arts.
Very Important! If you didn’t meet the JAMB Subject Combination and Direct Entry and O’level requirement for Combined Arts; note their are chances that your school (University) have a special consideration (WAIVER) for you.
In JAMB, what is the meaning of Special Consideration (Waiver)??
It means, additional requirement for a particular course in a particular school. If your school have a special consideration for candidates and you didn’t meet the requirement, then you will be denied admission for wrong requirement. But if you meet the requirement in the Special consideration column, you will not be denied admission.
Note sometimes in special consideration column, the school requirement might be slight different from the general requirement. We advice you know your desired school’s special consideration for your course. See below.
JAMB SUBJECT COMBINATION FOR COMBINED ARTS
Below is the JAMB SUBJECT COMBINATION for Combined Arts in faculty of Arts.
English Language(*), and any three art subjects.
O’LEVEL REQUIREMENT FOR COMBINED ARTS
Below is the UTME Requirement for Combined Arts in faculty of Arts
Five (5) SSC credit passes to include English Language and the subjects to be combined.
DIRECT ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR COMBINED ARTS
Below is the Direct Entry (DE) Requirement for Combined Arts in faculty of Arts.
Two (2) ‘A’ level passes in the subjects to be combined.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS (WAIVER) REMARKS:
- UNN accepts
a) NCE merit/ND credit in the subjects to be combined in addition to the UTME requirements.
b) Two (2) A’ Level passes in subjects to be combined in addition to the UTME requirements.
LIST OF UNIVERSITIES YOU CAN STUDY COMBINED ARTS
Source: JAMB Brochure.
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