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HOW TO CALCULATE FUOYE ADMISSION SCREENING POINTS

Here's how Federal university Oye Ekiti Calculates her Grade Point with the following factor
O’Level Result

How to Calculate Fuoye Cut off Mark for 2020 Fuoye Admission Screening
The O’Level Result is a very important factor you must not joke with, as its important you know the appropriate subject combination for the course you are putting in for.
The Grade points are;

A1 = 6 points
B2 = 5 points
B3 = 4 points
C4 = 3 points
C5 = 2 points
C6 = 1 point

These points are applicable to the Subject you are registering for your department
You will calculate for five relevant subjects and add up.
Number of result use for application

Sometimes we have two different results to be used for the registration. 

This Could be WAEC NECO/GCE etc

For;
One Sitting you have 10 Points
and
Two Sittings you have 6 Points
Now the last criterial is the UTME
For the Point here;
you divide your Utme score by 400, then multiply by 60
See for yourself the grade point;
This is the summation of all the point from the 3 factors.
i.e
O’Level  +  No sitting  + UTME score
For Instance
Let assume someone scored 200 in Utme, and the person gets 2A's, 2B2's,1C6
The calculation
Utme Point
(60 x 200) /400 =30%.
Now.
Let's say the number of sitting  is 1 that's 10%
O level result
2A, 2B2, 1C6
6+6+5+5+1 =23%
30%+10% +23 =63% for 1 sitting
Another method to calculate your screening score is you divide your jamb score by 100. Then you multiply your answer by 15.
Then add this to your previously calculated WEAC score. Then you have your aggregate.
Example using someone who scores 200:
200\100=2.00
2*15=30
Assuming the person has the above WEAC result=23+10(10 unit is automatically allocated to single sitting) 33
Therfore, waec aggregate +UTME aggregate =33+30=63%
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