### Please how does unilag calculate o.level for screening purposes. I heard it is now 10...

Please how does unilag calculate o.level for screening purposes. I heard it is now 10 points. How true is it?

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A1 = 4.0
B2 = 3.6
B3 = 3.2
C4 = 2.8
C5 = 2.4
C6 = 2.0
then you add the grades points up for the 5 required subjects for your course.
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Unilag O level grade points are calculated below
A1 = 4.0
B2 = 3.6
B3 = 3.2
C4 = 2.8
C5 = 2.4
C6 = 2.0
But note that grade points to be calculated are just the 5 subjects required for your course of study.
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I haven't heard of any changes. this is what I know

Before you can calculate the aggregate score, you need to first know how UNILAG calculates your O’level result, JAMB (UTME) score, and post-utme score.
How UNILAG Calculates O’level Grades
The calculations are based on the grades you had for the five relevant subjects in your chosen course.
You can see the five relevant O’level subjects for all UNILAG courses here.
These are the marks for each grade below.
A1 = 4.0
B2 = 3.6
B3 = 3.2
C4 = 2.8
C5 = 2.4
C6 = 2.0

How UNILAG Calculates JAMB (UTME) Score
Candidates JAMB scores result to 50% of the total aggregate score. This means, the higher you score in JAMB, the higher your chances of getting a good aggregate score.

UNILAG Post-UTME Score
The post-UTME score represents 30% of the total UNILAG aggregate score.
candidates that score below 12% in the UNILAG post-UTME screening exam will be disqualified irrespective of the candidate’s JAMB score.
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