2017/2018 Jamb Grading System – Jamb New Grading System and Marking Scheme

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2017/2018 Jamb Grading System – Jamb New Grading System and Marking Scheme.

Those of you that are looking for jamb grading system; I will share it here and make some comments on it. When you see it, you will be able to know your chances of getting admitted into the university this year.

The join admission and matriculation board has published the official grading system for this year. The grading system comes invoke because post utme examination has been scrapped.

Read: How to Calculate Post Utme Score with Jamb and SSCE Result (WAEC OR NECO)

Post utme is an examination taken by university aspirant after jamb examination. It is usually conducted by every university. At the end, the result will be published. Students will now have to add up jamb score and post utme score and divide them by two to get their aggregate score. This aggregate score will now be checked with departmental cutoff mark to determine student chances of getting admission.

It is no more so. The system has changed, post utme has been scrapped and admission is now based on jamb score and O’ Level grades.

See:  O’ Level (WAEC & NECO) Grading System for 2017/2018 Admission

Use the link above to check waec or Neco grading points after checking this of jamb.

The higher your jamb score, the higher your Points and the higher your chances of getting admission.

Now let’s see the new Jamb Grading system.

2017/2018 Jamb Grading System – Jamb New Grading System and Marking Scheme.

S/NJAMB SCOREPOINTS
1180 – 18520 Points
2186 – 19021 Points
3191 -19522 Points
4196 – 20023 Points
5201 – 20524 Points
6206 – 21025 Points
7211 – 21526 Points
8216 -22027 Points
9221 -22528 Points
10226 -2329 Points
11231 -2330 Points
12236 – 24031 Points
13241 – 24532 Points
14246 -2533 Points
15251 -30034- 43points
16300 -4044 – 60 Points

 

How To Calculate Jamb Grading Point For 2017 Admission

From the table above, we can deduce that some jamb score yields some points. If a candidate scores 300 In UTME, he will be awarded JAMB point of 34.

During waec grading,  if the candidate present just one WAEC Result, he has 10 Points-This means that you cleared all your WAEC results in one Sitting otherwise, if you use combined results you will be allocated a grade of 2.

Now that you have seen the jamb grading system 2017 admission, you will have to combine it with O’ Level grading system. After seeing the two, you can then calculate your post utme score.

Read More about O’Level Grading System and how to combine it with Jamb here.

After going through it, you will then click here to calculate your Post Utme Score.

The above is official Jamb Grading system for 2017/2018 admission.

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