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# How to Calculate UNIBEN Aggregate Score 2023/2024

Many Students find it hard to calculate their aggregate score and their cut-off mark as this varies for different Institutions.

Still, before this, we are going to tell you what aggregate and Post UTME Score means and what things are to be considered before calculating the aggregate score.

## What is Aggregate Score

That means the candidate must get at least 50 Questions Correctly. The aggregate score will be used to determine the cut-off point for admission into each of the programmes.

Cut-off points for each course will be determined by the performance of all the candidates who applied for the course.

## How to Calculate UNIBEN Aggregate Score

UTME ==> 50%

Post UTME ==> 50%

For UTME/JAMB Score:

Divide your JAMB/UTME Score By 8

For Post UTME Score:

Divide your post-UTME Score by 2

Let’s take Treasure as a case study,

She scores 283 in her JAMB and 70 in her Post UTME; her aggregate score will be calculated as follows;

a) JAMB score divided by 8, which is 283/8 = 35.4

b) Post UTME score, which is 70/2=  37.5

The sum of both scores would be Treasure’s aggregate score

35.4+ 37.5 = 72.9

Therefore, Treasure’s aggregate score would be 72.9 out of 100, this is above average. With this aggregate score, she is certain that she will gain admission into the University of UNIBEN, popularly known as UNIBEN.

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## UNIBEN Courses and Admission Requirement/O’Level Subject Combination

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``Â» Accounting``
``Â» Actuarial Science``
``Â» Adult Education``
``  Education/Economics and statistics``
``Â» Adult Education / English Literature``
``Â» Adult Education / Geography and Regional Planning``
``Â» Adult Education / Political Science and Public Administration``
``Â» Agricultural Economics``
``Â» Agricultural Science and Education``
``   Agriculture``
``Â» Animal Biology and Environment``
``Â» Animal Science``
``Â» Biochemistry``
``Â» Botany``
``Â» Business Administration``
``Â» Business Administration``
``Â» Business Education``
``Â» Chemical Engineering``
``Â» Chemistry``
``Â» Civil Engineering``
``Â» Computer Education``
``Â» Computer Engineering``
``Â» Computer Science``
``  Doctor of Pharmacy``
``Â» Dentistry And Dental Surgery``
``Â» Drama / Dramatic / Performing Arts``
``Â» Early Childhood Education``
``Â» Education and Biology``
``Â» Education and Chemistry``
``Â» Education and Economics``
``Â» Education and Edo Language``
``Â» Education and English Language and Literature``
``Â» Education and Fine and Applied Arts``
``Â» Education and French``
``Â» Education and Geography``
``Â» Education and History``
``Â» Education and Integrated Science``
``Â» Education and Mathematics``
``Â» Education and Physics``
``Â» Education and Political Science``
``Â» Education and Religious Studies``
``Â» Education and Social Studies``
``Â» Educational Administration``
``Â» Educational Management``
``Â» Electrical / Electronic Engineering``
``Â» English Language and Literature``
``Â» Fisheries``
``Â» Forestry And WildLife``
``Â» French``
``Â» Geography and Regional Planning``
``Â» Geology``
``Â» Health Education``
``Â» History``
``Â» Human Kinetics``
``Â» Industrial Chemistry``
``Â» Industrial Mathematics``
``Â» Industrial Relations and Personnel Management``
``Â» Industrial Technical Education``
``Â» Insurance``
``Â» International Studies and Diplomacy``
``Â» Law``
``Â» Linguistics / Edo``
``Â» Marketing``
``Â» Mass Communication``
``Â» Mathematics and Economics``
``Â» Mechanical Engineering``
``Â» Medical Biochemistry``
``Â» Medicine and Surgery``
``Â» Microbiology``
``Â» Nursing / Nursing Science``
``Â» Optometry``
``Â» Petroleum Engineering``
``Â» Pharmacy``
``Â» Philosophy``
``Â» Physical Education``
``Â» Physics``
``Â» Physics / Industrial Physics``
``Â» Physiology``
``Â» Plant Science and Biotechnology``
``Â» Political Science``
``Â» Political Science and Public Administration``
``Â» Production Engineering``
``Â» Public Administration``
``Â» Pure / Applied Mathematics``
``Â» Religious Studies``
``Â» Science Laboratory Technology``
``Â» Social Works``
``Â» Sociology and Anthropology``
``Â» Soil Science``
``Â» Statistics``
``Â» Structural Engineering``
``Â» Technical Education.``

## Conclusion

In conclusion, calculating your UNIBEN Aggregate score is an important step in the admissions process for all courses at UNIBEN.

Therefore, it is essential to put in your best effort throughout the application process to increase your chances of being admitted to the program of choice at UNIBEN.