Universities That Accept D7 and E8 in English for Science Courses Admission

Some degree awarding institutions accepts D7 or E8 in English for their admissions. This doesn't mean they accept the deficiency in all their courses. The opportunity or waver is meant only for some courses. This post will discusses the courses you can do in those universities accepting ordinary pass in English for science courses.

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Before we proceed, this information is extracted from the official JAMB brochure. Hence, all the details are authentic.

Universities and Science Courses Accepting D7 or E8 in English

Microbiology
IMSU, COOU, UYO and EBSU accept O Level pass in English Language.

Physics
  1. UNIZIK accepts D7 in English Language.
  2. COOU and IMSU may accept O Level pass in English Language.
Pure and Applied Chemistry
  1. Imo State University (IMSU) accepts O'Level pass in English Language under exceptional circumstances.
  2. ABU accepts D7 in English Language for candidates who show special ability in Mathematics and Physics
Soil Science
  1. Imo State University (IMSU) accepts O'Level pass in English Language i.e D7 or E8 in English
Agricultural Economics
  1. Delta State University (DELSU) accepts O'Level pass in English Language. That is, D7 or E8 in English
Agriculture
  1. Usmanu Danfodiyo University (UDU) and Ambrose Alli University (AAU) accept O'Level pass in English Language. That is, D7 or E8 in English

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