All About NABTEB A’Level
The National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) under Decree 70 of 1993, and other examinations bodies were thus established. Since its establishment, the findings of the Etsu Nupe Panel (1997), the Shonekan Vision 2010 (1997) Report, and the harmonized Report of the Etsu Nupe Panel and Vision 2010 reports have supported, directly and indirectly, NABTEB’s existence. The National headquarters of the Board is located at Ikpoba Hill, P. M. B. 1747, Benin City, and Edo State
NABTEB which simply means National Business and Technical Examinations Board is a programme that is meant to certified trade and crafts in students. Later in the years, JAMB certified NABTEB as one of the prerequisites for gaining admission into Nigerian universities, Polytechnics and College of Education. The programme have seen an increased in registration as a result of this develope
NABTEB A Level has two programmes that are most popular among conventional students who want to gain admission into university and polytechnic.
Types Of NABTEB
The O’ Level NABTEB – The Ordinary Level NABTEB (O’Level) is the type students use to combine with JAMB to gain admission into 100 level in universities. The O’Level NABTEB has the same authority like WAEC, NECO and their GCE variants. The O’Level NABTEB is mostly popular among secondary school leavers who need to sit for another O level examination in order to have their O’ Level courses complete. The registration of this examination can run between #13,000 to #35,000 depending on your location and study centres.
The A’ Level NABTEB – Which also means Advanced Level NABTEB is a programme to cater for those who which to gain admission into Nigerian universities but have not been able to do so through JAMB. NABTEB A Level serves as an alternative route to JAMB. When you attend lectures in any of the approved NABTEB A Level Study and passed. You will be able to combine the result with the Direct Entry form and use it to gain admission into 200 level. The best thing is, you can study almost all the courses in Nigerian universities with this programme.
For now, not all universities accept NABTEB A Level, but all universities accept NABTEB O’ level for 100 level admission. You can list of Universities accepting NABTEB A’Level for 200 level direct entry admission