Few days ago, I wrote a guide on how Engineering aspirants should study for Jamb 2020. Today, I shall be focusing on the Department of Law under Faculty of Law.
It is very easy to say, “I want to study law in the University“. The difficult aspect is preparing and passing the exams that guarantee you to be a law student.
Normally, it would have been very easy to pass jamb and gain admission into Law. But the problem is that every beautiful girl and handsome boy wants to study Law. As a result of this, the number of those aspiring for law yearly “goes scraaaaa…”
Unlike engineering and other science courses, law Jamb subject combination doesn’t require calculations. However, they require you to think outside the bus and as well and have a good memory.
Now, how you prepare for Jamb is directly proportional to the subjects you are to take in the exam. For law, you have the following subjects to tackle:
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- Use Of English
- Religious Study
- Literature in English
From the last three subjects above, we can easily deduce that history and stories that touch rule the game. You must be ready to cram dates and events. This is unlike mathematics where one formula can help you solve many questions.
You may be wondering, why cram instead of us to understand? It is very simple. If I should ask you a question like, “when was NDDC Created”, do you need to understand or you just need to cram the date? These are similar questions you will come across.
Most Government, Literature and CRS questions usually begin with who, when, where, according to, what, etc.
The Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) Was Created in the year 2000.
As a law aspirant, you need a whole lot of time for reading. The subjects are not very difficult but they are bulky. You just have to keep reading, reading and reading.
One thing you should understand as a law student is that Government and literature are volatile. You would forget them easily. Therefore, don’t study them once and give up. Keep studying until your Jamb exam day.
For CRS, going to church and attending bible studies would aid your understanding while studying.
Now, you may be surprised that I have not mentioned the Use of English. This is because most law aspirants I have interacted with are naturally good at English. But that doesn’t mean that you should neglect the subject. Take your use of English very serious.
The following are general tips for Candidates who want to go for Law in Jamb 2020:
- Start reading as early as possible.
- Jot down important points while studying
- Learn to study for long hours
- Limit the way you use WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram
- Study alongside with your Jamb syllabus and past questions.
- Get the recommended literature novels early and start studying
- Get recommended books for jamb
- Ensure that you put in the right subject combination
- If possible, study for at least four hours every day.
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