How to Calculate YABATECH Post-UTME Screening Score

Are you looking for how to calculate YABATECH Post-UTME screening score, so that you can know your score before it is released?

Sometimes, YABATECH may decide not to write Post-UTME exams. In cases like this, candidates Olevel result and JAMB score will be calculated to give the aggregate score.

In this article, we will show you how to calculate YABATECH POST-UTME screening score all by yourself.

You should read this article carefully to the end so that you can calculate your YABATECH aggregate score properly.

How to Calculate YABATECH Post-UTME Screening Score

To calculate the post-UTME screening score, you need to have your JAMB score and O’level result at hand.

There are four steps in calculating the aggregate score, you have to calculate;

  1. JAMB aggregate.
  2. O’level aggregate.
  3. Bonus mark.
  4. Post-UTME score.

Step 1: Calculate your JAMB Aggregate

Divide your JAMB score by 8 and write down the answer.

The example below is for someone that scored 180 in JAMB.

calculate YABATECH aggregate score

After you have calculated your JAMB aggregate, go to the next step.

Step 2: Calculate your O’level using the grading system below

While calculating for the O’level result, you are to calculate for only five relevant subjects (Mathematics and English is compulsory).

Here’s the grading system that YABATECH uses to calculate O’level results of candidates.

A1 = 3.0 Marks.

B2 = 2.5 Marks.

B3 = 2.0 Marks.

C4 = 1.5 Marks.

C5 = 1.0 Marks.

C6 = 0.5 Marks.

For NABTEB, use the grading system below;

A1 = 3.0 Marks.

A2 = 2.5 Marks.

A3 = 2.0 Marks.

C4 = 1.5 Marks.

C5 = 1.0 Marks.

C6 = 0.5 Marks.

After you have calculated your total O’level aggregate, write down the score somewhere.

Step 3: Bonus Mark

YABATECH awards bonus marks based on how many O’level results that you are applying with. Candidates applying with one O’level result get 5 marks while candidates applying with two different O’level results get 2.5 marks. Take note of this and write it down somewhere.

Step 4: Add your Post-UTME Score

The college will conduct a Post-UTME exam for candidates based on three subjects; Mathematics, English and General papers. A total of 40 questions will be asked and the exam will last for 30 minutes.

If you are reading this article after you have seen your YABATECH Post-UTME score, simply write down your score and move to the next step.

However, if you have not written the exam, you have to skip this part.

Step 5: Add up all the scores from previous steps

Now that you have gotten the scores in the previous four steps, add up all the scores together.

calculate YABATECH screening result

Your final answer is your YABATECH post-UTME screening score.

You can compare your score with the cut-off marks from previous years.

Note: If you are reading this article at a time when YABATECH has not conducted its Post-UTME exam, you can do the calculation without the post-utme score then check how many marks you need to meet or pass the previous cut-off mark.

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We hope that you have learned how to calculate your YABATECH Post-UTME screening score. You may also want to see our article on how to get original YABATECH Post-UTME past question and catchment areas for schools in Lagos State.

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24 Comments

  1. Sophia mac says:

    Please I have c6 in chemistry, c6 in physics, c6 in biology nd d7 in English with jamb score of 176
    Nd I want to study slt in yaba
    Please will Yaba give me admission

  2. Wen is year 2022 Yaba tech form coming out

  3. Omidiji Jesusemilogo John says:

    I have c6 in English, c5 in mathematics, b3 in chemistry, b3 in physics, c4 further mathematics and my jamb score is 181 and I want to study electrical electronic engineering, will I be accepted,
    Thank you.

  4. Please will you be quized on only the core subjects for the post utme

    1. Lagschools Support says:

      You will be quizzed on Mathematics, English and General Papers.

  5. Kutelu Adam says:

    Pls I have p7 in physics and I want to study computer science in yabatech is it possible

    1. Lagschools Support says:

      Physics is compulsory for Computer science in YABATECH.

  6. I have registered for the post utme since October and trying to input my waec problem has being given me problem has anyone face the same challenges
    Please what can I do to that
    Anyone please?

    1. Lagschools Support says:

      What problem are you having while trying to put the result.

  7. when is yaba post utme exam

    1. Lagschools Support says:

      No date has been announced yet.

  8. Chukwu ifeanyi says:

    Please for Art department what are the O level subject to calculate

  9. How many subjects do they calculate from our waec result for the admission process

    1. Lagschools Support says:

      Just the five relevant subjects. Please note that there may be post-utme exams this year.

  10. Chisom okpaga says:

    Pls can someone register for both ND full time and part-time

    1. Chris. Akuneme says:

      Yes. It is possible.

  11. The bonus has been taken out!

  12. pls I learnt yabatech won’t be writing postutme this year,how true is that?

  13. Amusa razaq says:

    Pls wen is yaba tech post utme screening

  14. Comment:is d calculation above still d same till date

    1. Christopher Akuneme says:

      Yes, it is.

  15. Joseph Samuel says:

    Please, When Is Yaba Tech Post Utme Coming Out?

    1. Christopher Akuneme says:

      No date has been fixed yet.

    2. Comment:ok tanx