• Friday, December 8, 2017

    JAMB 2018- How to calculate UI aggregate score


      University of Ibadan, also known as "Premier University" is the first university in Nigeria.  Also,  it is the best university in Nigeria according to "Webometrics", for this reason,  there is always high competition competing for limited slot.

    University of Ibadan always conduct "POST JAMB" very year in order to screen the best out of the candidates that choose the school.

     For you to be eligible for the exam;
    - you must have 200+ as your UTME score.
    - you must have a minimum of "C6" in your o'level result.
    - you must choose UI as your first choice.
    Read Also-  What you should do if the University admit you for another course 


    To start with,  UI post ume carries 100 marks in total. The subject you did in JAMB will be the same as the Post utme exam but 25 questions each.

    Now lets go straight to the point with illustrations as usual.

    - Your JAMB score will be converted to 50% by dividing whatever you score by 8.

    - Your POST UTME score will be converted to 50% by dividing whatever you score by 2.

    - Then you will add it up.

    Read Also- How to excellently pass your POST JAMB 


    A candidate of UI named "Ade" scored  284/400 in his JAMB exam and 68/100 in his POST UTME exam.

    To calculate his aggregate;


    284 divided by 8 = 35.5.


    68 divided by 3 = 34.
    Then you add it up;
    35.5 + 34 = 69.5%

    This means that,  Ade's aggregate is 69.5%.

    Read Also-  5 ways to know your admission is certain 

    Just wait for the release of the cut off mark and pray that it favours you.

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