Jamb 2022: Differences between Jamb and Directry entry mode of admission

Jamb 2022: Differences between Jamb and Directry entry mode of admission

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    Students has been wondering the differences between Jamb mode of admission and Direct entry mode of admission, 

                       Direct Entry mode of admission 

Direct entry mode of admission is meant for students who have already obtained the following requirements

What Are The Requirements For JAMB 2022/2023 Direct Entry?

The requirements for JAMB 2022/2023 Direct entry are below;

  1. A minimum of 5 credit passes in WASCE/GCE and its equivalent at no more than two sittings with at least two principal or advanced level CE.
  2. 2 passes at the IJMB Advanced Level examinations, Cambridge Moderated School Of Basic Studies Terminal examination, JUPEB from recognized institutions with SSCE/GCE, NTS/NBC credit equivalent in three other courses.
  3. Passes in two major sources in the NCE with SSCE, NTS/NBC credit equivalent in 3 other subjects (mainly for Education Courses) and National Diploma. Education may be taken as a “Third A level” subject for those taking courses in Education.
  4. Minimum of lower credit grade in National Diploma or National Innovation Diploma including the O’ Level requirement.
  5. For Direct entry Admission, candidates are required to provide their JAMB registration number which they used in gaining admission to NCE or Diploma.

What Are The Eligible Institutions For JAMB 2022/2023?

The eligible institutions or institution type that JAMB 2022 registration will be made available on include;

  • First Degree
  • National Diploma (ND)
  • Universities
  • National Innovation Diploma (NID)
  • Polytechnics
  • Colleges of Education
  • Monotechnics
  • Also, other Degree awarding Degree institutions.
         You must have been to any of the awarding institution above to be eligible for Direct entry registration.

 JAMB Mode Of Admission 2022/2023

            Joint Admission Matriculation Board examination mode of admission is meant for O'level candidates  i.e candidates that just finish senior secondary school certificate (SSCE) and willing to further more on their education to higher institution

Candidates must possess the following to be eligible for Jamb registration

WEAC result
NECO result
NABTEB result

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