How to Calculate UNN Aggregate Score 2019/20

Do you want to know how to calculate UNN aggregate score? Are you an aspirant you wants to know know how the screening score was calculated? Then this article if for you.

University of Nigeria Nsukka recently finished their post utme screening exercise and the school management have released the unn post utme result. If you are yet to see your result, then see how to check unn post utme result.

I ant to treat the question “How did UNN Calculated their Aggregate Score”.


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How to Calculate UNN Aggregate Score


Have it at the back of your mind that 60% of the aggregate score goes to JAMB, while the 40% is for the Post UTme.

It therefore means that if you are to calculate your aggregate score, you will have to do the following:

  • Multiply your JAMB Score by 0.6, keep the answer one place.
  • Also multiply your POST-UTME Score by 0.4.
  • After you have got the both scores, then add them up.


Let us see it by example:

Let’s say your jamb score is 302 and your post utme score is 307. Then after carrying out the arithmetic,  (302*0.6) + (307*0.4) = Aggregate score = 304.

The aggregate score is not 304.


This score is what will be used to determine the departmental cut off mark for your course. The higher the performance of aspirants in the course, the higher the cut off mark. It is this aggregate score that UNN will use to consider you for admission.

Note: if your aggregate score is a decimal number (e.g 203.6) it will be rounded up to a whole number (e.g 204).

Some candidates have started sending me whatsapp message about how low their score is. Well, you have tried your best. All i can say is to wait for the departmental cut off marks to be released before fear kills you.


The cut off marks are already out as at the time of publishing the article.

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