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Can I Combine WAEC and NECO for Admission?

Can I Combine WAEC and NECO for Admission?

I saw a post in a platform that posed this question “Can I Combine WAEC and NECO for Admission?” Are you also among the thousands who are wondering if they  can combine the WAEC and NECO for admission. Yes, you can, as long as it is a Nigeria University or higher Institution and you are applying for a direct program (DE). Again, you can as well use the combinbation of both to get admission in some Universities to study abroad.

However, there is a clause to this answer. This article will discuss the process of combining these two tests for admission into various undergraduate institutions in Nigeria – specifically, universities that have a Direct Entry (DE) program. Read also: Can I Use WAEC GCE to Study Abroad?


Can I Combine WAEC and NECO for Admission?

In recent years, there has been a growing trend of students combining their WAEC and NECO results to gain admission into universities. This method is seen as a way to boost one’s chances of being admitted, as it shows that the student has successfully passed two national examinations.

However, some students are unsure about whether or not this is allowed. In response to this question, let me say that yes, you can combine your WAEC and NECO results. The Adekunle Ajasin University in Akure and other higher institutions in nigerian accept a combination of both WAEC and NECO results for admission purposes.

Nevertheless, some schools may have different policies on this matter so it is best to check with the school’s admissions office beforehand. In any case, I wish you all the best of luck in your academic pursuits! People are Selling their Toes in Zimbabwe in exchange for dollar: Find out here who buys the toes and what They use them for.


List of schools in Nigeria that accepts the combination of waec and Neco for Admission

There are many schools that accept the combination of waec and Neco for admission into their institution. The University of Nigeria, Nsukka is an institution that has a strong focus on engineering. The school accepts both the waec and Neco for admission to its school.

The University of Ibadan accepts two sittings or results combination. Olabisi Onabanjo University, OOU, is one of the schools that accepts the combination of waec and Neco for admission. Kaduna State University, KASU, is also a school that accepts this combination.


Can I combine WAEC and NECO to study abroad?

Yes, you can combine WAEC and NECO to study abroad. Brandon University in Canada accepts students who present a combination of the two exams. However, please note that the school does not accept students who present a combination of the two exams.

If you are interested in studying abroad, Brandon University offers an English language program that can be combined with the study in England to take advantage of the full net-zero cost of the program. The link at the end of this article will take you to Brandon University’s website where you can find more information on how to apply.

Is WAEC more important than Neco?

Yes and No. In Nigeria, the both are regarded as Ordinary Level Result. But Outside Nigeria like Ghana and other West African Countries, WAEC results are honored and NECO result is always rejected. Note here that NECO is run and organized internally while WAEC is an external exams organized by West African Countries Examination Body.

In Nigeria, WAEC is better than NECO. The WASSCE result should be used when applying to institutions in Nigeria, instead of the NECO result. This is because WAEC is an internationally recognized examination body while NECO is not.

You need to be the true owner of your results and have the subjects required for the course you are applying for before you can use them for admission into universities in Nigeria. However, there are no limits on how old your results can be when applying to institutions that accept them in general or certain universities that require a specific range of years.


Can I Combine WAEC and NECO for Admission?

What is the difference between WAEC GCE and NECO GCE

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) and the Nigerian (National) Examination Council (NECO) offer different types of General Certificate of Education (GCE). The WAEC GCE is accepted in European countries, while the NECO GCE is only accepted in Nigerian institutions.

In order to make it easier to distinguish between the two exams, WAEC has recently changed their name from WAEC GCE to WASSCE. This new acronym stands for West African Senior School Certificate Examination.

Both the WAEC and NECO examinations are taken by school-leaving students who wish to gain an accredited qualification for further study or employment. However, there are a few key differences between the two programs. For example, WAEC has a higher school cut-off mark than NECO does. In addition, the subjects which are tested vary depending on which exam you take.


How To Combine O’level Result For Admission

In order to be admitted into a Nigerian university, you must have a valid O’level result. The combination of two or more O’level results is possible, but there are some conditions that must be met.

For John to combine his WAEC and NECO results, he must make sure that the subject he wants to combine with another is already passed. In addition, he can only combine two O’level results at most. Another thing to note is that the NECO result is not a sitting test; it must be combined with another sitting exam.

Most universities in Nigeria do not require college-level courses to be taken in 2 sittings for admission into their institution; they accept combinations of results from different examination bodies. However, it is best to check the specific course requirements for individual universities before applying. You can find this information in the Jamb brochure which is accessible through Jamb IBASS.

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