Jamb Subject Combination For Law + O Level & Direct Entry

If you are looking for the jamb subject combination for law in Nigeria universities, you are at the right place.
Most art students wish to become a lawyer or attorney in the future.
But most of them do not know the correct jamb subject combination for law.
Today I will give you the jamb,  o level and a level subject combination to study law in the university.
Jamb subject combination for law
Even if you a direct entry applicant who wish to study law, yours is also here.
We have seven law degrees or courses offered in Nigeria universities.
All law degrees and their subject combination have been listed below.

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Jamb Subject Combination For Law + O Level & A level Requirements

Civil law
Direct entry requirements : A level
passes in Arts or Social
Science subjects.
NCE/ND/First
Degree (Second Class
Lower).
O level requirements : Five O level passes
to include English
Language, Literature in
English and Mathematics.
 
Jamb subjects : Any three Arts or
Social Science
subjects.
Common and Islamic Law
Direct entry requirements : Two A level passes to
include Islamic Studies
or Arabic.
O level requirements : Five O level credit passes
in Arts or Social Sciences to
include English Language
and Islamic Studies or
Arabic.
Jamb subjects : Any three Arts or
Social Science
subjects including
Arabic or Islamic
Studies.
International law and jurisprudence
Direct entry requirements : A level
passes in Arts or Social
Science subjects.
NCE/ND/First
Degree (Second Class
Lower).
O level requirements : Five O level passes
to include English
Language, Literature in
English and Mathematics.
Jamb subjects : Any three Arts or
Social Science
subjects.
Islamic laws or Sharia law
Direct entry requirements : Two A level passes to
include Islamic Studies
or Arabic.
O level requirements : Five O level credit passes
in Arts or Social Sciences to
include English Language
and Islamic Studies or
Arabic.
Jamb subjects : Any three Arts or
Social Science
subjects including
Arabic or Islamic
Studies.
Private and Islamic Law
Direct entry requirements : Two A level passes to
include Islamic Studies
or Arabic.
O level requirements : Five O level credit passes
in Arts or Social Sciences to
include English Language
and Islamic Studies or
Arabic.
Jamb subjects : Any three Arts or
Social Science
subjects including
Arabic or Islamic
Studies.
Public and international law
Direct entry requirements : A level
passes in Arts or Social
Science subjects.
NCE/ND/First
Degree (Second Class
Lower).
O level requirements : Five O level passes
to include English
Language, Literature in
English and Mathematics.
Jamb subjects : Any three Arts or
Social Science
subjects.
Law
Direct entry requirements :
A level
passes in Arts or Social
Science subjects.
NCE/ND/First
Degree (Second Class
Lower).
O level requirements : Five O level passes
to include English
Language, Literature in
English and Mathematics.
Jamb subject combination for law : Any three Arts or
Social Science
subjects.
Common law
Direct entry requirements :
Two ‘A’ Level passes
in GCE/IJMB in Arts or
Social Science
subjects.
First Degree
(Second Class Lower)
of an accredited
University.
O level requirements : Five SSCE credit passes to
include English Language,
Literature – in – English and
any other three Arts/Social
Science subjects.
Jamb subjects : Literature in English and any
two other Arts/or
Social Science
subjects.

Jamb Score For Law [Cut Off Mark 2020]

If you really want to study law in any Nigeria university, you need to score high.
Jamb 2020 cut off mark for law is 200.
That ‘200’ is different from your post utme or screening score.
Just make sure you bear the cut off mark for law.
 

Conclusion On The Requirements To Study  Law

As a law aspirant, you wish to study law and become a certified lawyer in Nigeria and even own a law firm.
That’s all the jamb subject combination for law.
But there is a problem most aspirants make.
There are seven law degrees in Nigeria and they are quite different from each other.
Although they are still under law, but there are differences in them.
If you still don’t know which law course you want to study in the university, leave a comment below.
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2 Replies to “Jamb Subject Combination For Law + O Level & Direct Entry”

    1. You can study some commercial related courses. But you don’t need civic education. I hope that helps James. Sorry for the late reply.

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