JAMB 2020 & Waec Subject Combination For Electrical Engineering (EEE)

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Do you wish to study Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) in a Nigerian University? Then, you need to check the WAEC and JAMB Subject combination for Electrical and Electronics Engineering in Nigeria. In this article, I will show the the O’level requirement and JAMB subject combination for Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

JAMB Subject Combination For electrical and electronics engineering

I believe you know what Electrical and Electronics Engineering is all about. For the sake of clarity, I will explain what Electrical and Electronics Engineering is.

Electrical and Electronics Engineering is the study and application of electrical systems, networks or circuits that are formed from interconnection of electric devices and components.

Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE), deals with the engineering problems, opportunities and needs of electrical, electronics, computer, telecommunication systems and related industries.

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This particular branch provides students with a wide range of fundamental knowledge in core disciplines such as communications, micro-electronics, signal processing, radio frequency design, control systems, micro-processors,  power generation and electrical machines.

In one of my articles titled, “Reasons Why Candidates Are Denied Admission Despite scoring High In JAMB“, I mentioned wrong JAMB subject combination as one of the reason why candidates forfeit their admission.

This is because a lot of them don’t know the right subject combination and O’level requirements required to study their chosen course.

As a result, I have decided to write this article so that you won’t fall victim of this.

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All candidates that register for JAMB are required to sit for 4 subjects in their UTME, with the Use Of English being the first and compulsory for all(irrespective of department or course) .

A lot of candidates want to study Electrical and Electronics Engineering in different institutions. The question that comes to their mind is, “What is the JAMB subject combination for Electrical and Electronics Engineering?“. That is the exact question I will answer in this article

 

TABLE OF CONTENT

  1. JAMB Subject Combination For Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  2. WAEC Subject Combination For Electrical and Electronics EngineeringO’level Requirement For Electrical and Electronics Engineering

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering JAMB Subject Combination include the four subjects (English+3 other subjects) you are required to take in JAMB in order to qualify for admission.

O’level requirements for Electrical and Electronics Engineering include the minimum grades you should have in WAEC/NECO/GCE in order to qualify for admission. I will discuss every in this article.

JAMB Subject Combination For Electrical And Electronics Engineering

Now that you have decided to study Electrical and Electronics Engineering, I will show you the JAMB subject combination for Electrical and Electronics Engineering. These are the subjects you are required to choose during JAMB registration.

  • Use of English (Compulsory)
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry

WAEC/O’Level Requirements For Electrical and Electronics Engineering

If you want to study Electrical and Electronics Engineering, the minimum O’level requirement for Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Subject combination are stated below.

  • English Language(Minimum:credit)
  • Mathematics (Minimum:credit)
  • Physics (Minimum:credit)
  • Chemistry (Minimum:credit)
  • Further Mathematics (Minimum:credit) optional in some schools

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