Top List Of Courses That Accept D7 In Mathematics
Sequel to our recent post on how to write and pass a failed exam, we have received several questions in our email and also on our Facebook page about “list of universities that accept pass in mathematics.”
You are not the only one who hate maths and as such we cant be able to say for sure, the number of students who hate mathematics.
However, if you have been rewriting your exams due to failure in mathematics and it draws you back from getting into the tertiary institution, then this post is specially baked for you. You can gain admission with D7 in maths, yes you can! Keep reading to find out.
Please note that this post is specially written assist candidates who have maths problem in their O’Level and have asked us to know courses that does not require mathematics in WAEC and other O’Level exams such as NABTEB and NECO. If you don’t have issues with maths, you can skip this post to other interesting ones such as:
- How to write and pass exams with top grades
- How To Write And Pass A Failed Exam (Exam Failure Management Kit)
- The Key Difference Between Schooling And Education
Candidates who are facing admission issues because of mathematics should continue reading this post, to know what courses are there without math. You will also see a list of commercial courses that doesn’t require mathematics.
Courses that Doesn’t Require Mathematics
• Languages (English, Yoruba, Hausa, Igbo and others)
• Criminology and Security studies
• Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
• Mass Communication
• French and International Relations
• Christian Theology
• Islamic Studies
• Political Science
• Social studies
Science Courses that Requires little Mathematics
However, it is difficult to see science courses without mathematics. What you need to know is that mathematics may be among the compulsory requirements for the under listed courses, but during the course of study, students may not undergo intense calculation like in several other courses.
• Veterinary medicine
At this point, I should believe I have been able to put you through, especially candidates who earlier asked us “can I study public administration without mathematics”.
Kindly, share this post with friends who are in dire need of a list of universities that accept pass in mathematics, they will be more than glad to hear about this.