One of the frequently asked questions by waec and neco candidates is, How many subjects am I to register for waec or Neco ? This is exactly what I am about to share with you.
Like you may know already, the number of subjects registered in Jamb is 4 and your registered subjects depend on your course of study. The use of English is compulsory in Jamb. You may want to click here to see the Jamb subject combinations for all courses offered in the University.
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How many subjects should I register for Waec and Neco?
For WAEC: you are required to register a minimum of 7 subject, which means you will need to borrow from other course after selecting your core courses. These must include the following :
(i) English Language
At least one of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
(iv) At least one of Literature-in-English, History and Geography.
(v) Agricultural Science or at least one vocational subject.
For NECO: The minimum number of subjects a candidate can sit for is eight (8) while the maximum is nine (9). All Senior Secondary schools in the Federation present Candidates for the SSCE Internal.
Is Biology Compulsory For Art Student in Waec?
A direct answer to this question is “NO” biology is not a compulsory subject for art students, biology is completely optional and as an art student, you can decide if or not to add it to your list as you can also replace it with Geoprahphy or Agricultural science.
What are the subjects for art students?
These are the compulsory list of Art subjects in WAEC and JAMB for Art students in Nigeria
- English Language.
- Literature in English.
- Fine and Applied Arts.
In most Nigerian universities, students are required to possess a minimum of five (5) credit passes in their WAEC or Neco result or any other approved SSCE result. And, in most cases, Mathematics and English are compulsory subjects.
Therefore, it is extremely important to sit for not less than 5 exams in your WAEC or NECO. In fact, I advise you sit for all the exams, except you have genuine reasons for skipping any.
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