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UI Post-UTME Scoring System 2016/2017 [JAMB/WAEC/NECO]

University of Ibadan Post-UTME scoring system for the 2016/2017 academic session. The scoring system takes into account your grades in your O’level (WAEC/NECO/GCE) and JAMB UTME. Points are awarded for different grades and a total point will be arrived at.

Candidates that took part in the just concluded admission screening exercise should go through the scoring system, and as a result can begin to know where the stand.

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UI  Post-UTME Scoring System For Admission 2016/2017

WAEC/NECO: A1(6), B2(5), B3(4), C4(3), C5(2), C6(1).

For the five relevant subjects the scores are added together to get G.

Score = (G/30) x 50 = O’level points (50)

· JAMB/UTME: Jamb scores / 8 = Jamb points (50)

Add O’ level + Jamb points = Weighted Scores (100)

· For 2 sittings

The first examination based on date is taken as the template for all candidates with two sittings. The deficiency from this template is picked from the second sitting but the points from the second sitting are divided by 2.

Candidates with wrong subject combinations in either JAMB or O’level results were not scored where wrong, and will be denied admission either now or later. Candidates below 50 in weighted scores will NOT be admitted into University of Ibadan.

SEE ALSO: University of Ibadan Admission Cut-off Marks for 2017/2018


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