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JAMB 2018: How To Calculate UNILAG Aggregate Score (2016)
University of Lagos is one the prestigious federal universities we have in Nigeria because over the years, they have produce excellent set of graduates even a graduate with 5.0 CGPA. As a result of this, UNILAG usually find a way of selecting the best candidate out the crowd by conducting POST UME examination for students.

In this post, i will explain how UNILAG calculate it aggregate from your JAMB score and POST UME score. If you are reading this post, it is either you are preparing for the POST UME or you are planning on choosing UNILAG as your first choice university, anyways this information is for you. I will also used some illustrations to explain my point if you don’t mind.


First and foremost, you need to know your subject combination for the POST UME examination. As for the science students, the POST UME exam with contain a bit of mathematics, English language and general paper < current affairs>, likewise the commercial students and art students.


Now let us go into the main aim of this topic; how to calculate your aggregate point using your JAMB score and POST UME score.
As for your JAMB score, it will be divided by 8 which will be equals to 50%. You don’t understand? See illustration below;
Assuming Mr A had 240 in JAMB, then his aggregate will be;
240/8= 30%

This means that Mr A got 30% out of 50% as his JAMB aggregate. Now let us go the POST UME.
As the POST UME aggregate, you know that it is 40 questions that will be set, then each question carries 1.25 marks. Let me show you illustration;

Assuming Mr A got 30 marks out of the 40 questions, then it means that;
30 x 1.25= 37.5
This means that Mr A got 37.5 marks out of 50 marks.

Now the total aggregate will be;

JAMB aggregate + POST UME aggregate = Total aggregate

This means that Mr A total aggregate is
30 + 37.5= 67.5%
This means that Mr A have a total of 67.5% mark out of 100%


The next thing is that you should wait for the cut off mark but while waiting for the cut off mark, read the factors that determines cut-off mark. Also you should pray, because alot of people choose UNILAG as their first choice, this means that you are competing with numerous candidates.

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