Jamb Subject Combination for Mass Communication

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This is the jamb subject combination for mass communication. As another admission season is about to unfold, prospective student of higher institutions who want to study mass communication are to see the subject combination below.  Mass communication is studied under faculty of Art in most Nigerian institutions; and it is also studied in polytechnics.

Jamb Subject Combination for Mass Communication

Jamb Subject Combination for Mass Communication

The jamb subject combinations for mass communication are;

  • Use of English
  • Any three Arts and Social Science subjects.

Also Read: Jamb Subject Combination for Law

Things You Should Find Out About Your Intended Institution

The following things are what you should find out before applying for mass communication in any institution.

  • The availability of your mass communication department in the school; check if that course is available there. That is if it still has full accreditation.
  • The departmental cut off mark for your course as approved by the school; the departmental cut off mark for mass communication between one school and the other are not meant to be the same. Also for those who might want to study this course at the polytechnic level, find out their entry qualification and the cut off marks for polytechnic.
  • O’ level requirements for admission into your intended course of study, the O level requirement for admission into mass communication in the university will be made up of the jamb subjects and two other subjects that is in case you have them at two sittings and your institution does not accept five subjects at two sittings but six subjects at two sittings.

About Jamb CBT Test

This information is specifically for those who have no idea of the computer based test. It is written with the use of a computer. If you must carry out this test successfully, endeavor to enroll for the CBT training this is where you will be guided on how to go about the test from the login point to signing out.

It comprises of 250 questions in all for a total mark of 400. English language which is the most important subject here because it applies to all candidates has 100 questions, while the other 150 questions is shared in 50’s between the remaining three (3) subjects.

Also Read: Jamb Subject Combination for Demography and Social Statistics

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