JAMB Subject Combination For Economics

For UTME and Direct Entry candidates who wish to study economics in Nigeria, the JAMB Subject Combination for Economics 2023/2024 is now available.

The success of your 2023 admission may be significantly impacted by your choice of the best JAMB subject combination for Economics.

This is why you need this post to help you select the best Economics course combination before signing up for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) this year.

In this article, we’ll go through the four primary JAMB subjects you’ll need if you want to study economics at a Nigerian federal, state, or private university.

2023–2024 JAMB Subject Combination for Economics

English Language, Mathematics, Economics, and Government are the JAMB subject combinations for economics.

This means that in order to enroll in an Economics program in Nigeria, you must take the four (4) UTME subjects listed above in that order.

The four primary subjects for economics in the JAMB are:

1.English Language

2. Mathematics

3. Economics

4. Government

Direct Entry JAMB Economics Subject Combination

You must study Economics as one of the following Direct Entry subjects:

You can also read about Jamb Subject Combination For Banking And Finance

1. English Language

2. Mathematics

3. Economics

4. Government

You can study Economics at UNILAG, UNIBEN, UNIUYO, UNILORIN, ABU, LASU, UNICAL, OAU, UNIZIK, UNIPORT, and UI among other institutions with the JAMB Use of English, Mathematics, Economics, and Government exam.

NOTE: You must have at least a CREDIT in mathematics and English language in your O’level scores in order to study economics in Nigeria.

Also: If you have a D7, F9, or E8 in mathematics, English language, or any of the other compulsory necessary subjects for Economics in JAMB, you should not apply for admission.

All universities in Nigeria accept the above UTME and Direct Entry JAMB subject combination for Economics students.

Private, public and federal universities that offer economics are among them.

In order to enroll in an Economics degree program, you must pass the JAMB-required topics, regardless of the school you choose to attend following your Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE).

You will have an easier time being accepted to study Economics if you have completed all of the aforementioned subjects in secondary school before applying.

 Requirements For Economics Study

1. You must have at least CREDIT passes in English and mathematics in no more than two (2) sittings in your O’level results (WAEC, NABTEB, or NECO) in order to study economics in Nigeria. Some schools, though, insisted on one sitting.

2. On or before October 31 of the admissions year, you must have reached the age of sixteen (16).

3. Reach the economics cutoff at your school.

4. Possess strong JAMB, WAEC, and post-UTME scores, if applicable.

Direct Entry Conditions For Economics Studies In Nigeria

1. Five (5) or more credits at the Ordinary Level in the Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations (SSCE/GCE) in no more than two (2) sittings.

2. A degree in a comparable discipline with a First Class or Second Class Upper.

3. If you want to apply for Direct Entry, you must pay for the form through your school and the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB).

4. A National Certificate of Education (NCE), National Diploma (ND), or other Advanced Level Certificate with a minimum Merit Pass.

5. Additional qualifications that are comparable to (1) and (4) above and are accepted by the Senate of the university of your choosing. Candidates must additionally meet such Faculty/Departmental entry requirements in addition to the aforementioned minimal admission requirements.






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