So many UNN students have been asking the questions on how to calculate unn aggregate screening score. This questions arise from candidates who recently saw their post utme results. The results contain both their post utme and jamb score and also a screening score.
Most of the candidates get confused seeing the screening score and this causes confusion. I was in your shoes, but do not worry, I will be detailing down what to do when you see this.
How to Calculate UNN Aggregate / Screening Score
The aggregate score is JAMB Score 60% while POST UTME Score 40%. Now lets calculate your aggregate score;
1. Multiply your JAMB Score by 0.6, keep the answer one place.
2. Also multiply your POST-UTME Score by 0.4.
3. Now add up what you got.
E.g let’s say your jamb score is 302 and your post utme score is 307. Then we will have (302*0.6) + (307*0.4) = Aggregate score = 304.
Sometimes, the screening score or aggregate will result to a decimal number, what the school will do is to round up to a whole number.
example: if your aggregate score is a decimal number (e.g 203.6) it will be rounded up to a whole number (e.g 204).
This final score is what is used to determine the departmental cutoff marks for UNN.
Besides, The departmental cutoff mark for Enugu State is not same with that of Delta State. He scored high and you scored low might not matter if your state departmental cutoff mark is low.
Congratulations to all who made it into UNN.