How To Calculate Jamb And Post UTME Score For 2019/2020 Admission Guidelines

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How To Calculate Your 2019/2020 UTME JAMB Admission Screening Score And Cut Points/Marks Using JAMB, WAEC, NECO, NABTEB AND Any Other O’Level For those candidates partaking in this year 2019/2020 Admission screening into different institution and universities, you are advice to read the below post carefully. as this will help you plan well in time, so that you will be able to be admitted this year. Here is the way 2019/2020 Post UTME Admission Screening scores will be determined. According to last year 2016 No Examination was conducted. JAMB UTME Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has made known to the public the release of its guidelines for the 2019/2020 admissions’ process. The method, described as the point system option, was adopted after an extensive one-week meeting JAMB had with universities and other tertiary institutions’ administrators  in the country.

Number of sittings for O’Level

1) One Sitting = 10 marks 2) Two Sittings = 3marks Total marks obtainable = 10marks

O’Level Result Grading from 5 subjects

A (A1) = 6marks B (B2, B3) = 4marks C (C4, C5, C6) = 3marks Total marks obtainable = 30marks
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JAMB UTME Score Grades

Check the image below for your score grade Total marks obtainable = 60marks So start calculating your score now. JAMB also ensured that catchment and educationally less-developed state would still be used for admission into the nation’s tertiary institutions. JAMB said, “Merit contains 45 per cent of the total candidates for a particular course, Catchment contains 35 per cent and ELDS and staff lists contains the rest. Cut off marks will be released by the institutions this year in the form of points and not marks. “If a school declares its cut off mark for Medicine as 90 points and JAMB grants a candidate with 250 a provisional admission but his/her total points falls short of the 90 points, then he/she will lose the admission. So the provisional admission is just a means to an end, not the end in itself.” How To Calculate Your Point Tally For Admission Screening 2019/2020, How to Calculate Your 2019/2020 Admission Status with JAMB Point, JAMB adopts point system option for 2019/2020 admissions, HOW TO CALCULATE JAMB GRADING POINT FOR 2019/2020 Admission Screening Exercise Grade of Marks and Points Calculation, Calculate Your 2019/2020 JAMB Points For Universities Admission, How to calculate University of Ibadan (UI) JAMB/POST-UTME cut off points and marks 2019/2020 for UNIZIK, UNN, UNILAG, FUNAI]]>

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51 Comments

  1. I score 169 in my jamb result also 40 marks in POSTUTME result also and I want to study library and information science, in KSU is there any hope?

  2. pls i scored 176 in jamb,and have c5 c4 in my grade but d7 in biology any hope for slt in ib poly??pls help me out

  3. Please help me out
    I got 224in jamb and b and C’s in waec one sitting what is my chance of studying pharmacy in delsu?

  4. i scored 181 in my jamb.
    ENG:C5
    MATHS:A1
    CHEM:B3
    PHY:B3
    BIO:C5
    CIVIC:B3
    AGRIC-SCI:B3
    ANI-HUSB:C6
    ECONS:C5
    plz can i study computer science with dis in fuoye?plz urgent reply.

  5. I scored 163 in jamb and i want to study petroleum engineering in NDU is it possible i need a quick reply pleas thanks

  6. I score 168 in my jamb, and this my waec result chemistry b3, English c6, biology d7, physics f9, maths c6, Yoruba c4, civic education c6, economics A1, book keeping b3. I want to study SLT in AAp(Abraham Adesanya polytechnic in ijebu Igbo.pls I need urgent reply now.thanks

  7. I have
    Maths C5
    English C6
    Government B3
    Economics B3
    Account B3
    JAMB SCORE = 224
    Want to study ACCOUNTANCY/ACCOUNTING in (CRUTECH) pls any hope??

  8. I scored 158 in Jamb to study physical science in abia polytechnic with 2 sittings
    maths-c5
    English -c6
    biology-c5
    physics-B2
    chemistry-c6
    Pls is it possible i need your reply plssssss…

  9. i score 174 in jamb and i have d7 in chemistry and i want to study agricultural extension in ndu,will they accept me?

  10. I scored 208 in jamb to study medicine and surgery please help me fined a suitable university that will accept me

  11. Please I scored 172 in jamb,Commerce B2,
    Financial Accounting B3,
    Economic B3,
    Government B3
    Civic Education A1
    English C6
    Mathematics B3,is there hope for me in Lasu to study Business Administration ,please urgent reply please

  12. Please i am confusing whether i will be admitted into u.i or not because i had c6 in both english language and literature in english and i scored 276 in my jamb and i want to study law. Am i still eligible to study law?
    please advice me

  13. I got 173 in jamb nd I av B’s nd C’s in my waec.Will I be giving admission to study Science Laboratory Technology in Edepoly?

  14. i scored 215 in jamb with awaiting result can i write d post utme exam even if d result will be out august / september

  15. Pls Can I Get Admission At Kwara Polythecnic With This Jamb Score 173.
    O’level
    Mathematics C6
    English C5
    Financial Account C5
    Commerce C6
    Economics C6
    Civic Education C6
    Yoruba Language C4
    Animal Husbandry B3.
    Pls I Need Urgent Answer. I Want To Study Marketing. Thanks!

  16. all this bloggers don’t even reply…mtcheeew
    we need info and you don’t provide us,what’s your work here sef

  17. I scored 231 to study psychology at unn with a pass in maths,what are my chances of gaining admission in the school?

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