Sa’adatu Rimi College of Education, Kumbotso (SRCOE) Accepts Two Sittings

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Does Sa’adatu Rimi College of Education, Kumbotso (SRCOE) accept two sittings in WAEC or NECO? This post is very useful if you wish to know if you can use two sittings of WAEC results or two sittings of NECO results to apply for admission into Sa’adatu Rimi College of Education, Kumbotso.

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About Two Sittings

Before we proceed to give you an answer on the “does SRCOE accept two sittings” questions, let us first of all understand what the two sittings concept is all about.

By two sittings, we mean combination of two WAEC or NECO results that you wrote in different years. The WAEC or NECO result you get after you sit for an examination at a sitting (once) is one sitting.

But if you did not pass all your courses at once the first time you sat for the examination, you will need to sit for the examination again until you pass all the subjects required for your course or the ones you failed earlier in the first result. So, one WAEC/NECO result is one sitting while two WAEC results  or NECO results is two sittings.

So let us now answer the question. Does Sa’adatu Rimi College of Education, Kumbotso Accept Two Sittings? Yes. Sa’adatu Rimi College of Education, Kumbotso accepts two sittings¬†for admission.

Courses In Sa’adatu Rimi College of Education, Kumbotso

The use of two sittings in WAEC result or NECO results likely will apply to all the courses offered in Sa’adatu Rimi College of Education, Kumbotso as given below. However, you are advised to check JAMB brochure for more details on the courses you can use two sittings to gain admission.

  • Economics / English
  • Education and Chemistry
  • Education and Geography
  • Education and Language Arts
  • English / Social Studies
  • English / Yoruba
  • Hausa / History
  • Hausa / Igbo
  • Hausa / Igbo L2
  • History / Islamic Studies
  • Home Economics
  • Integrated Science / Mathematics Education
  • Islamic Studies / Social Studies
  • Primary Education Studies
  • Fine And Applied Arts (Double Major)

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