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JAMB and WAEC Subject Combination for Auto and Mechanical Technology Education

Do you want to study Auto and Mechanical Technology Education? Are you looking for JAMB or WAEC subject combinations for Auto and Mechanical Technology Education? If so, am happy to inform you that the JAMB and WAEC subject combination for Auto and Mechanical Technology Education has been published in this post.

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Continue reading this post to get the following information concerning WAEC and JAMB subject combinations required to study Auto and Mechanical Technology Education:

  • Auto and Mechanical Technology Education
    O’Level (WAEC) Subjects and Requirements
  • Auto and Mechanical Technology Education
    Direct Entry Subject and Requirements
  • Auto and Mechanical Technology Education
    JAMB (UTME) Subjects Combination

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JAMB, WAEC And Direct Entry Requirements To Study Auto and Mechanical Technology Education

Direct Entry Requirement for Auto and Mechanical Technology Education:

  • NCE merit in relevant subjects.
  • Two (2) A Level passes in the subjects listed under the UTME requirements.

O Level (WAEC and NECO) Requirements for Auto and Mechanical Technology Education:

Five (5) OLevel credit passes in English Language Mathematics and one (1) of Biology /Agricultural Science; Physics, or Chemistry and two (2) from General Science/IntegratedScience, Technical Drawing/Fine Art, Geography, Health Science Food and Nutrition, Physical and Health Education, Auto Technical, Building, Electrical Electronics, Metal Work and Wood Work.

JAMB Subject combination for Auto and Mechanical Technology Education:

Math, Physics and any other subject.

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