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Just a few months ago, I wrote a detailed article on How To Check Admission Status On Jamb Caps Portal. I can also remember writing a detailed article on the documents required for University clearance. Also, I said HERE how to get Schools post utme past questions and answers. You may want to go through both articles above.
Can I Study Law Without CRS?
You absolutely don’t need CRS or Economics to study Law or Mass Communication at the university. Rather, the key subjects that you need (English, Literature in English and any other three subjects) if you already got credit pass in government. thankfully, you passed government, another Art subject that may be key, and got the required minimum of 4 subjects. So that should be good enough for Law/Mass communication in any Nigerian university.
I wrote a detailed article on What Are The Art Courses I Can Study Without Literature In English? (Open Secret). I can also remember writing a detailed article on the Helpful Ways To Gain Admission Into Any University.
In conclusion, while I mentioned earlier and still maintain that you don’t need a credit pass in CRK or Economics to gain admission to study law or Mass Comm. I will be very glad to hear from you on this article. Drop your comment below and share it.
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