# How To Calculate UNILAG Aggregate Score For Admission (2020/2021)

UNILAG Aggregate Score: Hello, Are you a UNILAG Aspirant, do you want to know how to calculate your aggregate score for UNILAG?. Then, In this article, we will do an in-depth lesson on how UNILAG calculates her Aggregate Score for admission so you can predict whether you will be given admission for your preferred course, given another course entirely to study or even not given admission at all.

Many aspirants of UNILAG and even parents find it difficult to analyze their UNILAG total grade on the scale of whether they’ll be admitted or not. This has prompt me to write this article so as to bring an end to all confusion among UNILAG aspirants and parents who may want to find out how UNILAG Aggregate/post UTME Score is being calculated. In light of this, I will expose all you need to know on UNILAG Aggregate. However, we will cover major headings such as; how to calculate UNILAG Aggregate Score, UNILAG Aggregate Cut Off Mark, how UNILAG calculate her Post-UTME Cut Off Mark, and many more. I enjoin you to keep reading, trust me you will love it and you understand how this works.

Also, Read; Had Low JAMB Score? See How To Gain Admission With Low JAMB Score In 2020

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## HOW UNILAG CALCULATES JAMB (UTME) SCORE

It is imperative to note that the Candidate’s JAMB scores are considered to be 50% of the total aggregate score. This means that, the higher your JAMB score, the higher your chances of getting a good aggregate score. Although, other aspects of the grading system would also be considered for total Aggregate achievable.

UNILAG divides your JAMB score by 8.

If Dele (from the example above) scored 247 in his JAMB UTME examination, his total score will be divided by 8.

247/8 = 30.88.

### HOW UNILAG CALCULATES O’LEVEL GRADES

The calculations are based on the grades you had for the five relevant subjects in your chosen course. You can see the five relevant O’level subjects for all UNILAG courses here. These are the marks for each grade below.

• A1 = 4.0
• B2 = 3.6
• B3 = 3.2
• C4 = 2.8
• C5 = 2.4
• C6 = 2.0

Dele, a UNILAG medicine and surgery aspirant has the following grades in his WAEC result;

• Mathematics = B2
• English = A1
• Chemistry = B2
• Physics = C5
• Biology = A1

Using the grade marks above, his UNILAG O’level grades will be calculated as thus;

3.6+4.0+3.6+2.4+4.0 = 17.6

Dele’s O’level grade would be 17.6.

### UNILAG POST UTME SCORE

The post-UTME score represents 30% of the total UNILAG aggregate score. This is the part you cannot assume for now until after you have written the UNILAG Post-UTME examination.

The total mark here is 30%.

Please take note that candidates that score below 12% in the UNILAG Post-UTME screening examination will be disqualified irrespective of the candidate’s JAMB score.

Let’s assume Dele scored 23% in the post-UTME examination.

## HOW TO CALCULATE UNILAG AGGREGATE SCORE

Using Dele as a case study, we have to add up all the figures we got in his O’level grade, JAMB grade, and post-UTME grade.

Here’s a recap;

His Aggregate score would be calculated as below;

17.6 + 30.88 + 23 = 71.48

If Dele’s Aggregate score is equal to or higher than the cut off mark of the course he chose, then he will be admitted without a doubt.

I hope you have learned how the UNILAG aggregate score is calculated? And the importance of each results as an admission modality.

Did you write the 2020/2021 UNILAG post-UTME exam? See how to check the UNILAG Post-UTME result here.

How UNILAG Calculates O’level Result?

The calculations are based on the grades you had for the five relevant subjects in your chosen course. You can see the five relevant O’level subjects for all UNILAG courses here. These are the marks for each grade below.

• A1 = 4.0
• B2 = 3.6
• B3 = 3.2
• C4 = 2.8
• C5 = 2.4
• C6 = 2.0

Dele, a UNILAG medicine and surgery aspirant has the following grades in his WAEC result;

• Mathematics = B2
• English = A1
• Chemistry = B2
• Physics = C5
• Biology = A1

Using the grade marks above, his UNILAG O’level grades will be calculated as thus;

3.6+4.0+3.6+2.4+4.0 = 17.6

Dele’s O’level grade would be 17.6.

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