The Department of Law in every tertiary institution in Nigeria is very competitive, and that of Babcock University (BU) is no exception.
Before anyone is admitted into the Department of Law at Babcock University, there are some requirements the candidate must meet, which include the following;
O’Level Subject Combination
It’s essential to know the necessary subjects you must pass in your WAEC, NECO, Or NABTEB, and these subjects include a minimum of Five (5) Credits in the following subjects:
- English Language
- Literature in English
- Mathematics, and any other two social science subjects from:
UTME Subject Combination
Also, for any candidate to be admitted to Babcock University (BU) Law department, the person will write the following subjects in JAMB.
- English Language
- Literature In English
- Government and anyone subjects below:
- Advanced level in Higher School Certificate or Bachelor of Arts degree in any related course from any accredited University with second class lower division and above.
- Candidates must present their transcripts and O’ level results- as stated in the O’ level requirements above.
The School JAMB Cut-off Mark
Every candidate needs to know the school’s JAMB Cut off-mark before applying for the aptitude test. The Babcock University JAMB Cut Of mark is 180.
That is to say that only candidates who scored 180 and above are eligible to apply for the school Post UTME Exam.
The Department Cut-off Mark
Another thing to consider when applying for admission to the Babcock University Department of Law is the Departmental cut-off mark which, most times, is high.
The Babcock University Law Departmental cut-off mark Is 250. That is to say that only candidates who scored 250 and above in the school Post UTME Exam will stand a chance to be admitted.
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