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Uniben Direct Entry Requirements For Law

Are you aspiring to study Law at the University of Benin (UNIBEN) through Direct Entry? It’s important to know the requirements and prepare well for the admission process. Here’s a simple guide to help you understand what you need and how to increase your chances of success.

General Requirements:

To be eligible for admission to study Law at UNIBEN through Direct Entry, you must meet the following criteria:

  1. O’Level Results: You need to have at least five credits in subjects including English Language and Mathematics in your O’Level results. These credits should be obtained in not more than two sittings, and they can be from WAEC, NECO, or NABTEB.
  2. A’ Level Passes: You must have a minimum of two A’ Level passes in relevant subjects, with Literature in English being a compulsory subject.
  3. Upper Credit Pass: Alternatively, you can have an Upper Credit pass in NCE, OND/ND, or HND in relevant subjects from recognized institutions.
  4. TC II Examinations: If you’re applying with TC II examinations, you need to have at least five merit-level passes. These passes should include English Language, History or Government, a second Arts subject, and any other Arts or Social Science subject, all obtained in not more than two sittings.
  5. Age Requirement: You must be at least 16 years old to be eligible.
  6. First Choice Institution: You must select UNIBEN as your first choice institution and participate in their screening exercise.

Additional Requirements:

Apart from meeting the general requirements, there are some additional steps you need to take:

  1. JAMB Direct Entry Form: Obtain and complete the JAMB Direct Entry form.
  2. UNIBEN Direct Entry Form: Similarly, obtain and complete the UNIBEN Direct Entry form.
  3. JAMB UTME Score: While not a direct requirement, having a good score in the JAMB UTME (at least 200) can strengthen your application.
  4. Post-UTME Screening: You must pass the UNIBEN Post-UTME screening exercise to be considered for admission.
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FAQs:

Here are some frequently asked questions about gaining admission to study Law at UNIBEN through Direct Entry:

1. What is the cut-off mark for Law at UNIBEN for Direct Entry? There’s no official cut-off mark for Law at UNIBEN for Direct Entry. Cut-off marks are determined after the Post-UTME screening and can vary yearly.

2. When is the UNIBEN Post-UTME screening exercise for Law? The dates for the UNIBEN Post-UTME screening exercise are usually announced in May or June. Keep an eye on the UNIBEN website or social media for updates.

3. What subjects are tested in the UNIBEN Post-UTME screening exercise for Law? The subjects usually include English Language, General Paper, and Government/Literature-in-English.

4. How can I prepare for the UNIBEN Post-UTME screening exercise for Law? Prepare by studying early, practicing past questions, attending preparatory classes, or joining online forums for support.

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