Are you intending to study agricultural engineering in the university? If yes, then this information is directed to you, this is the jamb subject combination for agricultural engineering. This write up not only bring you information on the jamb subject combination for agricultural engineering but also brings you information about the general conduct of jamb and things you should find out before applying for admission into any institution.
Things You Should discover about Your Intended Institution
Before you go ahead to apply or admission to study biochemistry in any institution, discover the following things,
- The availability of your choice course in the school; ensure that before applying for Agric engineering in any institution that it has been proven beyond reasonable doubt that course is available there.
- The departmental cut off mark for your course as approved by the school; finds out the cut off mark approved for Agric engineering in the school. This mark may vary between institutions.
- The O’ level requirements for admission into your intended course of study. This is where the main journey begins because if you do not have your complete entry requirements, you may not be admitted for this course. Also note that the subject combination for Agric engineering listed above will form part of your O level requirements for admission, but try to acquire a credit passes in these subjects.
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Jamb Subject Combination for Agricultural Engineering
The jamb subject combinations for Agric engineering are;
- Use of English,
- Chemistry and
Description of UTME Examination
This exam comprises of four O’ level subjects which are relevant to the candidates intended field of study. The examination is strictly computer based test (CBT). This implies the use of computer device only for the examination. As a result of this, students will need to possess a fair knowledge of the use of computer and get trained for CBT.
The exam 250 questions in all. 100 questions for English language and 50 questions each for the remaining three (3) subjects making it a total of 250, the total score are 400. For those seeking admission into agricultural engineering, we would not like to generalize the cut off mark for this course because there are so many institutions in Nigeria and their demands could be different from the other, we advise you to score up to 250 and above in jamb to be on the safe side.
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