COVENANT JAMB Registration Statistics 2016: Number of Candidates that chose COVENANT as Institution of Choice

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Are you sitting for JAMB CBT this year? Did you choose the Covenant University, COVENANT as your first choice institution? If yes, you might be interested to know the COVENANT JAMB Registration Statistics 2016: Number of Candidates that chose COVENANT as Institution of Choice.

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This statistics is very important because it gives candidates an insight to the competitiveness of their course of choice.

The statistics will tend to answer questions like these;

  • how many jambites chose COVENANT for admission this year?

The table below shows the number of students that chose the Covenant University and it is presented by course/departmental basis.

Check your course and the number of candidates that applied for it in the right hand side.

S/No Course 1st Choice Total
1 Accountancy/Finance/Acounting 230 230
2 Architecture 187 187
3 Banking And Finance 14 14
4 Biochemistry 38 38
5 Biology 2 2
6 Building Technology 6 6
7 Business Administration 103 103
8 Chemical Engineering 110 110
9 Civil Engineering 126 126
10 Computer Engineering 220 220
11 Computer Science 195 195
12 Demography And Social Statistics 1 1
13 Economics 150 150
14 Electrical /Electronics Engineering 214 214
15 English Language 18 18
16 Entrepreneurship 1 1
17 Estate Management 18 18
18 French 1 1
19 Industrial Chemistry 3 3
20 Industrial Mathematics 2 2
21 Industrial Physics With Applied Geophysics 2 2
22 Industrial Physics With Electronics And It Application 1 1
23 Industrial Physics With Renewable Energy 1 1
24 Industrial Relations 6 6
25 Industrial Relations And Human Resources Management 24 24
26 Information And Communication Engineering 49 49
27 International Relations 136 136
28 Management Information System 19 19
29 Marketing 12 12
30 Mass Communication 206 206
31 Mechanical Engineering 242 242
32 Microbiology 45 45
33 Petroleum Engineering 107 107
34 Policy And Strategic Studies 4 4
35 Political Science 30 30
36 Psychology 26 26
37 Sociology 29 29

You have seen how many candidates applied for your course in your institution of choice. It’s now left for you to make a decision concerning the competition for admission slot. As you always know, admission into most higher institutions is usually very competitive as more than enough candidates struggle for limited admission spaces in their institution of choice.

Have you seen your result? If yes, see the COVENANT University Cut off Mark here to know your stand for the post utme examination

How to Break in

Your future is in your own hand. You have to fight for your place in your institution of choice. Don’t worry, we have everything you need to succeed. You’ll surely make it if you follow the instruction. Many candidates are now in school because they followed these simple guidance. See them below;

  1. Get your COVENANT Post UTME Past Questions and Answers
  2. Read on: Top Ten Tips for Post UTME Exam
  3. Read on: Why Students fail to gain Admission and Way out
  4. Read on: How to Score High in Post UTME Exam
  5. Read on 5 Reasons Why You Should Get Post UTME Past Questions and answers
  6. Read on 7 Reasons Why Students Fail or Have Missed Score in Post UTME Exams
  7. Read on How to Score above 300 in your Post UTME Exams
  8. Read on How to Prepare for Post UTME Exams

All these information are what you need to sail through your post utme and seal your place in the admission list.

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