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Pre Degree Science Programme
Admission into the Pre-Degree Science Programme will normally require a minimum of five credits (at two sittings) at SSCE, GCE, NECO, and NABTEB ordinary level in Biology, Chemistry, English Language, Mathematics and Physics.
Structure of The Pre Degree Science Programme
(A) Available Courses Offered for the Pre-Degree Science Programme
The Pre-Degree Science Programme, run by LAUTECH, will for now offer remedial course in the five required subjects for admission into her programme viz: English Language, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics.
The Pre-Degree Science Programme is an intensive programme and each course attracts 5 contact sessions per week to be divided between lectures and tutorials. Course content of each subject is thoroughly described in the handbook which is obtained after registration or download on the PDS Handbook page of the website.
(B) Evaluation of Pre-Degree Science Programme
Each subject of the Pre-Degree Science Programme will be evaluated through continuous assessment, tests, quizzes, reports and other assignments during the period. There will be final examination to round up the programme.
Total attainable marks of 100 will be computed from the Continuous Assessment (CA) and final examination. Percentage allotted to CA will be determined and announced by the subject instructors.
All assignments, tests, quizzes, reports and the final examination are weighted and compulsory. Absence by candidates from participating in any of these is at the candidate’s risk. Make-ups in any of the above may not be entertained because of the
intensity of the programme and time constraint.
Admission of Students into the University
Admission of Students into the University through Pre-Degree Science Programme
Admission to 100 Level is on the basis of good performance at the Pre-Degree Science programme final examination.
In addition, candidates must have at least five credit passes in relevant subjects at the SSCE / GCE ‘O’ level / NECO, GCE / NECO ‘O’ level or its equivalent in order to qualify for admission into any of the Faculties. For this purpose, a combination of credit passes at ‘O’ level in five subjects at not more than two sitting is acceptable.
Candidates are also required to fulfill such Faculty and
Department entry requirements as may be prescribed from time-
How To Apply
Application for admmission into Pre-Degree Science Programme of the University is
done online between December and January. Usually, the advertisement for admission
will appear in the national newspapers and the University website around November and December preceding the year of admission. All applicant will be required to write an entrance examination in other to assess suitability for admission to the programme.