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UNIZIK Post UTME Grading And Calculation Formula 2021/2022

The management of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University (UNIZIK) has published the Post UTME grading system and calculation formula that will be used for the 2021/2022 academic session post UTME screening exercise.

UNIZIK Calculation Formula for Post UTME Screening Exercise

This is to inform the entire University community and the General Public that Post UTME, Direct Entry and other relevant Screening Examination for 2021/2022 admission exercise will be conducted with an automated O’ level and UTME results grading system introduced last year by our University.

This is also in consideration of the very large number of applications, the need to comply with COVID-19 preventive guidelines of the Federal Government of Nigeria and the prevailing security situation in our region.

Candidates are advised to go to JAMB accredited CBT centres/JAMB Offices and upload their O’ level result/s to JAMB CAPS Portal on or before Sunday 12th December 2021 in other to be considered in the 2021/2022 admission exercise.

Please note that candidates should not use regular/ non JAMB accredited cyber cafes for result/s upload to the JAMB CAPS Portal.

In order to ensure transparency in the 2021/2022 admission exercise the following calculation formula will be used for the exercise.

CALCULATION FORMULA USED FOR THE POST-UTME 2021/2022 ADMISSIONS SCREENING EXERCISE UMTE CANDIDATES:

Candidates will be screened based on their JAMB scores and O’level result for the four subjects taken in JAMB. The following considerations will apply:

A. RATIO – The ratio will be 70:30. i.e 70% JAMB score and 30% O’level subject score: 70/100 = 0.7; 30/100 = 0.3

B. RANKING OF O’LEVEL SUBJECTS SCORE – O’level results will be ranked as given below:

  • A1= 90,
  • B2= 80,
  • B3= 70,
  • C4= 60,
  • C5= 55,
  • C6= 50,
  • D7= 25,
  • E8 to F9=0,
  • Awaiting Result (AR) =0

For each candidate, the O’level subjects used will be the subjects the candidate sat for in JAMB. E.g. for a candidate who sat for English, Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics in JAMB, the grades obtained in candidate O’level results in these subjects will be used to calculate the O’level points obtained.

C. BONUS – A candidate who credited his four subjects in a single sitting will get a bonus of 10 points (i.e. Bonus =10). A candidate who credited his four subjects in two sitting will get no bonus (i.e. Bonus = 0).

D. CALCULATIONS – Final score = [(JAMB SCORE`* 0.7) + [(O’level score + Bonus)*0.3]

Illustration: A student scored 280 in JAMB and had O’level results distributed as given in the table below:

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SUBJECTSJAMB SCORESO’LEVEL RESULTSO’LEVEL SCORES
English66A190
Mathematics78B370
Physics70B370
chemistry66C555
TOTAL280 285

I. Single sitting:
Final score= Weighted JAMB score + Weighed O’level score
(280 x 0.7) + [ (285 +10) x 0.3]
= 196 + 88.5
= 284.5

II. Two sittings:
Weighted JAMB score + Weighed O’level score (280 x 0.7) + [ (285+ 0)x 0.3]
= 196 + 85.5
= 281.5

Note: The difference between the final screening scores of a candidate who credited his four subjects in a single sitting and the candidate who made it in two sittings is 6 (i.e 284.5- 281.5).

Bolarinwa Olajire

An associate lecturer with demonstrated history of working in the education industry. Skilled in analytical skills, C++, Fortran, and Entrepreneurship. Strong education professional with a M. SC focused in condensed matter from University of Ibadan and PhD student at FUNAAB.

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