Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB Change Of Course / Institution Form 2017 Is Out: Read This Before Changing Your Course.
The JAMB change of course 2017/2018 is currently ongoing,as we posted earlier,you are suppose to change your course/institution before the JAMB closing Date.
The aim of this post is to help and guide you in other to avoid mistakes that may not be corrected after changing your course,so if you have not done yours,kindly take 5-10 minutes to go through this post before proceeding.
2017 JAMB Change Of Course: Read This Before Changing Your Course
Here are the things to not before changing your course:
=»1. O’level And UTME Combination:
Many JAMB candidates do not bear this in mind before purchasing their form,you ought to first confirm that your UTME Subject combination and your O’level result tallies with the required criteria needed to be admitted to study that particular course since many institutions have specific standard requirements for all courses offered.
=»2. Changing From Course Not Related To Your UTME Combination:
You read the heading right? You have to put it at the back of your mind when filling the form, imagine candidates who sat for science-related subjects in JAMB requesting to change their courses to a management-related course. There is no way any institution will admit you into a course that you did not meet the standard requirement to study. Avoid this mistake and choose wisely the course related with the one you sat for on your UTME exam.
=»3. Choosing Wrong Institution:
For candidates didn’t meet with their institution cut off mark and wish to change, you better make sure you are choosing the right institution,before changing your institution make sure you know the cut off mark,and you are that you beat the cut of mark. Also ensure that the institution are offering the course you are applying.
The above are three major things I wish to address for you to avoid regrets at last,Bookmark and click here like us on Facebook for more updates. We will soon update on post UTME.