Most times due to admission stress and light chances in Nigeria. Some students prefered to enroll themselves for A’Level program. A level program are programmes you undergo after which you can use the result to gain admission into 200level in any Nigeria University.
Some applicants who has written Jamb several times and yet could not meet up with Jamb cut off marks. So instead of waiting at home wasting another one year, they prefered to engage themselves doing somethings in as much as that will take them to 200 level in the next admission.
It is a good idea and nothing bad in going for the program if really you fell into any of the above categories of people.
Categories of A’Level Programmes
There are lot of A’ Level program applicants do enroll form in Nigeria, few among them are IJMB, WAEC A’Level, NECO A’Level and NAPTEB A’ Level. Whatever you write among them, you are still qualified to apply for direct entry program into any Nigeria University as soon as you meet up with the cut of points.
What Is The A’ Level Points Acceptable For Direct Entry To Nigerian University?
Undergoing A”level program is tough. Tough in the sense that, the program is usually expensive and also scoring a high point is difficult. Therefore, for you to pass and score high point, you need to read hard and pray. That is what it takes to make 10point and above in your A level program.
Applicants can score as low as any point in the exam, that why you don’t need to play with it. The advantage of the program is that, you will be offered admission into 200level if admitted, so you have to give it what it takes to pass.
After the exam, your result is released in grades and points. Therefore, you don’t need any A’Level point calculator to know what your point is. The highest of A’Level point is 15 and no minimum. Therefore, most Universities do prefered applicants with a very high point into 200level. Though most of them will not state their required point, they actually have a policy with regards to it.
The minimum point you can get to gain admission into Nigerian University through direct entry varies from schools to schools and from courses to courses. Some Universities and courses accepts as low as A’level 6points for direct entry, once you just perform very well in their post UTME examination.
We cannot still do away with the fact that, scoring high, is very important and gives you a high chances of gaining admission into your dream school. Therefore, it is advisable you try hard and make sure you pass and scored high.
I hope this helps?