Number of  Subjects You Are To Register In Waec & Neco 2018/2019 :art/sciences Subjects combination

Today we will be talking about the number of Subjects You are to register for the forth coming WAEC and NECO. 
The 2017/2018 waec has come and gone, we are now looking at the forth coming  2018/2019 WAEC  and NECO examination. 
2018/2019 waec and neco subject combination
Most waec and neco candidates don’t know the number of Subjects that is important and required in 2018/2019 NECO and WAEC  as candidates  have frequently asked this questions. 
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Like you may know already, the number of subjects registered in JAMB  UTME  is 4 and your registered subjects depend on your course of study. you all know that The use of English is compulsory in Jamb, of course no one should remind you about this. click here to see 2018/2019 Jamb cbt subject combination 

How many subjects should I register for Waec and Neco 2018?

Answers >>>please be informed that the number of required Subjects is minimum  8 and maximum 9

I will  list it below, please don’t be in a hurry, read gently and digest this piece of information, it’s your gateway way to academic success. All read pass questions 

Waec & Neco Subjects Combinations
NECO: Compulsory Subjec

Compulsory Subjects for Science, Arts, and Commercial students. So many candidates make this mistake by choosing a wrong subject when they do WAEC Registration. To help them, we have compiled the list of all the WAEC and neco subjects and highlighted those that are compulsory . pass waec and neco  without cheating in the hall

official WAEC and NECO Key  Subjects


1. English (compulsory to choose and sit for)
2. Mathematics (compulsory to choose and sit for)
3. Yoruba/Hausa/Igbo (one of these is compulsory to choose but not compulsory to sit for)
4. Biology (compulsory to choose but not compulsory to sit for)
5. Economics (compulsory to choose and sit for)

Subjects For Arts students

Literature in English, CRK /IRK, History, Government, Music
Compulsory WAEC Subjects For Science students
Physics, Chemistry, Geography, Agric Science, Further Maths
Compulsory WAEC Subjects For Commercial students
Accounts, Commerce, Government, Further Maths
Note: Art students can also borrow subjects like commerce and Agric Science to complete their subjects

Compulsory WAEC 

The minimum number of subjects a candidate can sit for is eight (8) while the maximum is nine (9). All Senior Secondary schools in the Federation present Candidates for the SSCE Internal.
 Candidates are required to enter and sit for a minimum of eight (8) and a maximum of nine (9) subjects. 
These must include the following :

  • (i) English Language
  • (ii) Mathematics
  • (iii) At least one Nigerian Language.
  • (iv) At least one of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
  • (v) At least one of Literature-in-English, History and Geography.
  • (vi) Agricultural Science or at least one vocational subject.

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