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All You Should Know About Combining O’Level Results

There are three recognized bodies when it comes to conducting O’level examinations in Nigeria;

-The West African Examination Council (WAEC)

-National Examination Council (NECO)

National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB)

One major question students or admission seekers often ask concerning the results obtained from these examination bodies is, “Can I combine “this” with “that”?

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Now, let’s deal with that. When it comes to combining O’level results, one thing you should know is that any institution that accepts two sittings for a particular course will allow you to combine your O’Level Results when seeking admission into that course (WAEC/NECO, WAEC/WAEC, NECO/NECO, WAEC/NABTEB, NECO/ NABTEB, NABTEB/NABTEB) and their GCE equivalents regardless of the difference between the years you sat for them. However, there are exceptions;

  1. Some schools accepts 5 credits at one sitting or 6 credits at two sittings for some courses e.g University of Ibadan (UI) accepts O’ level 5 credits at one sitting or 6 credits at two sittings for Law.
  2. UNIBEN, UNIBADAN, IMSU, ABSU, EBSU, UNIOSUN, ANSU, UNILORIN, DELSU, UNILAG, UNN and BOWEN accepts just one sitting for Medicine And Surgery (MBBS).
  3. UI Accepts Just one sitting for Pharmacy
  4. All Polytechnics, Colleges of Education etc accepts combination of results but it should not exceed two sittings

READ ALSO: JAMB Registration Tips: Choosing The Right O’level/UTME Subject Combination

So the bottom-line when it comes to O’level result combination is to know what is the acceptable O’ level requirements in your school of choice. You can know this from the school’s website or the school’s admission office. You can also check the acceptable O’ level requirements of your school using the JAMB Brochure ( download the document and use the table of contents to navigate to the particular course or faculty you want and view the O’ level requirements for that course in your school).

We hope this helps. If you have questions, you can ask using the comment box.

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  1. Onudhoma precious

    Can I combine waec and neco in awaiting result?

  2. Abuh alilu innocent

    Thanks for your concern

  3. I have four credit including English and Math
    And I want to combine it with Nabteb can I?

  4. Can i use only my neco result and gat admission into the tertiary level?

  5. Gabriel Sylvanus

    Please Will Jamb Accept D7 in English Language

  6. pls can I combine WAEC and WAEC between 4years to study Banking and finance

  7. Pls if I am using two sitting, how can I fill the olevel stuff field in jamb form

    • I have registered for jamb,and I want to use awaiting result of Nabteb, but when I checked my Nabteb result,i see that i Don’t have physics, but I have it in waec,
      can I combined it??

  8. Can I use Waec2016 and Waecgce 2018

  9. Good day Please can I combine NECO and WAEC GCE for two sittings?

  10. Want to combine my 2008 NECO and 2015 WAEC results in my 2019/2020 admission application. How possible is this?

  11. pls in my waec I used IBIZUGBE DANIEL but in my gce I used IBIZUGBE DANIEL OSAYAMEN. can I combine both results?

  12. i got maths d7 nd others eng,economics,acct,civic,comerce,ccp,office pra,insurance are credit in neco.What can i study with this result

  13. can i combine waec result with neco gce for admission

  14. Oghenejakpor Gracious

    Please Can I Combine Waec gce Result With Neco Result?

  15. Can I combine O.level Neco GCE with Waec result for admission

  16. Can one combine Neco and GCE result for law

  17. Please can I combine waec 2013 with gce 2017? Please I need reply

  18. Can i combine two GCE sittings in FUOYE

  19. my NABTEB is good but my surname was Adeniran and am an IGBO boy i use the name cos my stepdad paid for my fee but now we are no more together and my new waec English is E8 so can i combine the two result for JUPEB

  20. thanks. but please can i combine neco 2017 and waec 2018 for unn electronics engineering?

  21. I sat for English, Government, Crs and Igbo language in Utme and got 240. Please can i study political science in Unizik?

  22. Please, can I combine two waec result of the same of the same type; two may/june result of different year.

  23. I want to combine waec and gce but the last name (not surname or fullname but last name) was misspelt as chifurumnaya instead of chifurumnanya can I go on with it.. I hear it’s not a problem considering it’s last name

  24. pls can a person combine a waec result of over 30 yrs with a recent GCE result?

  25. hey.. pls can I combine my 2015 waec and 2018 waec gce results for admission?

  26. I wt to combine my both wace and neco in poly will it be accepted

  27. Maryjane Ogbuewu

    i can combine neco gce&neco for law at esut

  28. Pls in my jamb na awaiting result i have already put waec gce but i dnt have opportunity to do it pls can i still upload any other exam like nabteb

  29. Pls can i upload nabteb in jamb but i have already put waec but it is awaiting result

  30. can I combine neco gce result and neco

  31. can I use my Nabteb 2016 and Nabteb GCE 2016 for admission pursuit

  32. please can I combine two gce sitting for computer science in yabatech

  33. My physics was cancelled but my other subject are ok.can I study medicine and surgery in. Uniben with that result.

  34. Thanks for this, really helped.

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