How to Calculate AAUA Aggregate Score For Admission

Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, AAUA Post UTME: How to Calculate AAUA Aggregate Score For Admission.

How to Calculate AAUA Aggregate Score

In one of our previous publications, we shared the steps to check AAUA post UTME results online. After the publication, we have been receiving questions from candidates that participated in AAUA screening exercise on how they can calculate their aggregate score pending the release of the departmental cut-off marks.

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How to Calculate AAUA Aggregate Score

As a matter of fact, AAUA pass mark is 40%. Meaning you must score at least 40% in post UTME before you can be consider for admission.

UTME score constitutes 60%. While the post UTME score constitutes 40% of the aggregate score (i.e., UTME score/400 x 60 + post UTME score/100 x 40).


Abubakar scored 270 and 65 in UTME and post UTME respectively. Abubakar aggregate score will be calculated thus:
UTME Score: 270/400 X 60 = 27
Post UTME Score: 65/100 X 40 = 26
Aggregate Score: 33.75+32.5 = 53%

No approximation, please.

It’s as simple as that.

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  1. Omo jesu says:

    Pls can I study mls I score 179

  2. Gift Onyejelem says:

    Please I’m an igbo girl and it’s a second choice and I have 207 in Jamb can I be qualified?

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