How to Calculate Your Total Post UTME Screening Aggregate Score for 2021/2022 Admissions into Nigerian Tertiary Institutions

There is a method that students can use when confused about the steps on How to Calculate Post UTME Screening Aggregate Score. This method is very accurate as all the higher institutions in the country have started using this standard. Students who wrote the JAMB examination last year or will be writing this year should have a glance at how their grades are calculated.

How to Calculate Your Total Post UTME Screening Aggregate Score for 2021/2022 Admissions into Nigerian Tertiary Institutions

It will also be better to score higher in your exams as the best performing candidates have a higher chance of securing admission. This content will bring the complete guide on How to Calculate Post-UTME Screening Aggregate Score. It would also bring the steps on how to calculate the JAMB score as it would reflect on your total aggregate score.

Everything You Need to Know on How to Calculate Post-UTME Screening Aggregate Score

The Post-UTME Screening Aggregate Score is the total score you have in your examination. That means your score, O’level examination score and also your Post-UTME score. All your total scores in these examinations would reflect your aggregate score. With this, students are advised to go for higher scores in exams.

How to Calculate JAMB (Joint Admission and Matriculation Board) Score

You should note that your JAMB score would reflect on your aggregate Post-UTME score and this is why students are advised to score higher in JAMB. With this, you should first learn how to JAMB (Joint Admission and Matriculation Board) score are calculated before proceeding to know how to aggregate score would be.

Students should try studying harder in order to get a higher grade as your JAMB score will play be a very big role in your Post-UTME score. The table below contains the JAMB Point System that means how your grades are calculated in this examination

GRADE

RANGE

POINTS

18018520
18619021
29119522
19620023
20120524
20621025
21121526
21622027
22122528
22623029
23123530
23624031
24124532
24625033
25130034-43
30040044-46

This is the way grades of students are calculated in the JAMB examination so you should note them down orderly.

How to Calculate O’Level Grade

Your O’level examination consists of WAEC (West African Examination Council) or NECO (National Examination Council). There is also a way your grades in this examination is calculated and how it would affect your total Post-UTME Screening Aggregate Score. The table below contains the points for your grade

GRADES

POINTS

INTERPRETATION

A6EXCELLENT
B24VERY GOOD
B34GOOD
C43CREDIT
C53CREDIT
C63CREDIT
D70PASS
E80FAIR
F90FAIL

If you have all your grade in one sitting then you have already earned 10 points. This is because the point for one sitting is different from two. For candidates who have their result in two sitting then their point is 3. This is why students should try their best to make their grades in just one sitting.

Like if you have 2As, 3Bs and 4Cs in your exams then your points will be calculated in this pattern (2×6) + (3×4) + (4×4) = 40. Then plus your additional ten points if you make your result in just one sitting.

How to Calculate Your Total Post UTME Screening Aggregate Score

The next step for you to note is the method on How to Calculate Post-UTME Screening Aggregate Score and it is also very easy to carry out. The steps below are what you need to calculate your aggregate score

  • Divide your JAMB score by 8. That is if you score 220 in your JAMB examination it would be 220 divided by 8
  • Add your O’level examination score that is your grade in WAEC or NECO check the steps above to see how your O’level result is calculated
  • Divide your Post UTME examination result be two
  • Add up all your result

These are the steps you need to calculate your total Post-UTME Screening Aggregate Score just follow them according and as the end you would figure out your result.

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