FUTA Post UTME: How to Calculate FUTA Aggregate Score For Admission

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Federal University of Technology, Akure, FUTA Post UTME: How to Calculate FUTA Aggregate Score For Admission

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Federal University of Technology, Akure is one of the most highly sort for institutions in Nigeria. It’s actually the best technology school in Nigeria.

Here is how to calculate your FUTA POST-UTME aggregate score

From your JAMB-UTME SCORE, divide your score by 4 and your POST-UTME score which is a total of 25 questions multiply by 4 to convert it to 100%. The aggregate score will be the addition of the two divided by 2.

Example:

If you get 320/400 in JAMB (like one of my friends did), 320/4=80%

and get 14/25 in FUTA’s POST-UTME, 14*4 = 56%

The aggregate is the addition of the two which is in percentage divided by 2; (40 + 56 ) / 2 = 68%

This aggregate score is pretty good but might not earn you admission in courses like electrical

Goodluck. How is your preparedness, leave a comment (it will encourage others).

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  1. dan says:

    is ssce result not required in calculating aggregate

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