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How to Calculate JAMB Score Over 400

Are you a candidate for the upcoming JAMB UTME/DE examination and you wish to know how the JAMB score is calculated? If yes, then this article is for you.Information Guide Nigeria

Many candidates who sat for the last JAMB UTME examination complained about their JAMB score because they didn’t understand how the JAMB score is being calculated. In the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) candidates are required to answer a total of one hundred and eighty (180) questions of which the Use of English is 60 questions, while the other three (3) subjects are 40 questions each.How to Cancel NYSC Registration

The total mark for the JAMB UTME examination is 400 marks. I’m sure you’re probably wondering how the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) allocate their mark for each subject and question to make a total of 400 marks. You will be able to find out about that in today’s post too.How to Verify JAMB Registration Number

Knowing how the JAMB score is being calculated will help you focus more during the examination, and you’ll be able to access your performance in the examination. With no further ado, let’s take a look at how the JAMB score is being calculated.Calculate JAMB Score

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How to Calculate your JAMB UTME/DE Score

To understand and calculate your JAMB UTME score, follow the instructions below:

  • Step 1: It is important to know that all registered subjects for the JAMB UTME examination except Use of English have a total of 40 questions each.
  • Step 2: Use of English which is a compulsory subject in the JAMB UTME exam has a total of 60 questionsNpower recruitment
  • Step 3: You are required to attempt all 180 questions during the examination
  • Step 4: After writing the examination, and your score for each subject has been displayed for you, to calculate your JAMB score, divide your Pass Score by 40 for subjects with 40 questions
  • Step 5: After diving your Pass score by 40, now multiply it by 100 to get know your JAMB score for that subject
  • Step 6: For example, if your pass score was 27 out of 40 in physics, then your JAMB score would be: 28/40 × 100 = 70. That means your JAMB score in physics is 70
  • Step 7: To get the maximum scorer of 100, you’ll need to answer all 40 questions correctly. That is, 40/40 × 100 = 100

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How to Calculate Your JAMB Score For Use of English

The JAMB Use of English is somewhat different from the other 3 subjects in the UTME/DE examination. In the Use of English exam, you will be required to answer 60 questions. These questions are divided into 3 sections; the Comprehension/Summary section, the Lexis, and Structure section, and the Oral Forms section. Here is a breakdown of the sections in use of English and their allocated marks:WAEC result

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Section A: Comprehension /Summary

This section comprises the following:

  • 1 Comprehension passage: Made up of 5 questions
  • 1 Cloze passage: Made up of 10 questions
  • 1 reading text: Made up of 10 questionsJAMB form

The comprehension/summary section (section A) has a total of 25 questions

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Section B: Lexis and Structure

This section comprises of the following:

  • Sentence Interpretation: Made up of 5 questions
  • Antonyms: Made up of 5 questions
  • Synonyms: Made up of 5 questions
  • Sentence Completion: Made up of 10 questionsJAMB Result

The Lexis and Structure section (Section B) has a total of 25 questions

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Section C: Oral Forms

This section comprises of 10 questions only.

Sum total of all questions in JAMB Use of English = 25 + 25+ 10 = 60 questions.

The scoring mechanism for the use of English is similar to other subjects in the UTME exam. To calculate your Use of English JAMB score, follow the procedures below:

  • Step 1: To calculate your Use of English JAMB score, divide your Pass Score by 60
  • Step 2: Now multiply the divided score by 100 to obtain your JAMB score
  • Step 3: For example, if you scored 42 out of 60 in the Use of English exam, then your JAMB score will be calculated this way: 42/60 × 100 = 70. That means your JAMB score in Use of English is 70
  • Step 4: To obtain a maximum score of 100, you’ll need to answer all 60 questions correctly. 40/40 × 100 = 100

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