Thomas Adewunmi University is located at Kwara State. This is one of the best private Universities in its region. Every academic session more than three thousand (3,000) candidates select this University as their preferred choice of institution during their UTME registration exercise.
In this post our aim is to educate candidates who participated in this year’s UTME on how to calculate TAU’s aggregate score or cut off mark as this would help you in determining your admission status fast without having to confirm from a third party.
Before calculating your Thomas Adewunmi University (TAU) aggregate score, the followings are involved;
- TAU JAMB Cut off mark
- TAU post UTME score
In some schools, WAEC and NECO results are needed when calculating the aggregate cut off mark but TAU do not require O’Level results when calculating candidate’s aggregate cut off mark however, your O’level result must be complete, that is, you must have obtained a minimum of 5 credit passes which must include mathematics and English Language except for courses like Law, English Language, International Relations, French and other Foreign Language courses.
TAU JAMB Cut Off Mark
Before calculating your TAU aggregate cut off mark for admission, you must ensure you score up to TAU minimum cut off mark that gives you the eligibility status of participating in their post UTME. A good JAMB score is the first step towards ensuring a better chance of you gaining admission into TAU.
So before calculating TAU’s aggregate cut off mark you must ensure you have passed the benchmark fixed by the University and it would be worthy to note that the higher your JAMB score, the higher your chances of a higher aggregate score, hence the higher your chances of gaining admission into the Thomas Adewunmi University.
TAU Post UTME Score
This is another important calculation that cannot be ignored, in fact if you do not participate in this screening exercise, no matter how high your JAMB score, your admission is as good as being lost for the academic session except you are lucky enough to purchase a change of course form and switch to another school that is yet to conduct their post UTME hence all your 5 senses must be on ground as regards TAU post UTME screening news in order not to miss out.
In calculating TAU aggregate score, your post UTME score is needed, hence you must make sure you score above average if you want to stand a chance of gaining admission into TAU. In the previous post UTME screening aptitude test many candidates cried out that after passing both JAMB and post UTME they were yet denied admission, it is not witch hunting as they thought it to be, TAU select candidates with the best aggregate cut off mark however there are exceptions to this and one of which is the number of candidates for a particular department.
Courses like Philosophy, English Language and Education related courses these courses usually have low number of UTME students who select them during their registration., but professional courses like Engineering, Law, Accounting, Medicine, Nursing and the likes usually have the highest number of course selections during UTME registrations which is why just passing your JAMB and post UTME is not enough to grant you admission into Thomas Adewunmi University so it is advised you obtain at least, an above average score if you want to stand a chance of gaining admission into this University without challenges.
In summary of the above 2 paragraphs, to calculate TAU aggregate score (JAMB cut off mark and Post UTME Score), candidate must score at least 150 in JAMB and 50% in their post UTME to stand a chance of gaining admission into the institution.
A lot has been discussed as regards all you need to know about 150 aggregate cut off mark or score now let’s go proper into how to calculate TAU aggregate score so candidates can start calculating their aggregate cut off mark as soon as they see their JAMB and post UTME score.
We are going to be very practical in our illustration, it is a very simple mathematics, yet it needs a bit of concentration.
How To Calculate TAU Post UTME Aggregate Score
Learning how to calculate your aggregate score can help student forecast or plan what they want to score even without having sat for JAMB or post UTME. You can use proposed your proposed JAMB cut off mark and post UTME cut off mark, calculate and see if you can study your proposed course, if yes then work towards it, if the aggregate score is not up to then you will have to put in more efforts or change your proposed course.
Now let’s show you practical example on how to calculate TAU’s Aggregate Score:
- TAU Aggregate JAMB Score = 50%
- TAU Aggregate Post UTME Score = 50%
Step 1: To calculate your aggregate score, you are to divide your JAMB score by 8
Step 2: Divide Your Post UTME score by 2
Whatever your answers are in step 1 and step 2, sum them up to know what your score is over 100.
See Example below:
Let us assume Tommy scored 240 in his UTME and scores 80 in his post UTME, Tommy’s Tommy aggregate score would be calculated as follows:
a) JAMB score divided by 8 that is, 240/8 =30%
b) Post UTME score divided by 2, that is, 80/2 = 40%
Then sum up both scores together, that is, 30% + 40% = 70%
Therefore, Tommy’s aggregate score would be 70% out of 100% and this is considered above average. In O’Level settings, this is considered an “A” hence a candidate’s chances of gaining admission is very high.
With the aggregate score (70%) calculated and used as an illustration above, you can gain admission into TAU to study your preferred choice of course despite not listed above.
Hope this is now well understood? As you can see, calculating TAU aggregate cut off mark is very simple, all that is required from candidates is to work harder to get a good UTME and post UTME score in order to stand a better chance of gaining admission.
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