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How to Calculate FUOYE Screening Point 2024/25

How to Calculate FUOYE Screening Point 2024/25: Updated Guide

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Do you want to know how to calculate FUOYE screening point for 2024? This comprehensive guide will help you navigate through the process of calculating your FUOYE aggregate score and provide insights into the screening procedure.

Frequently Asked Questions About FUOYE Screening

  • Will FUOYE conduct Post-UTME or Screening? FUOYE has consistently used a screening process that involves calculating your JAMB and O’Level results to form a 100% score, rather than conducting a traditional Post-UTME exam.

Competitive Courses at FUOYE

courses in fuoye

  • Microbiology
  • Medicine and Surgery 
  • Nursing
  • Pharmacy 
  • Accounting
  • Law
  • Medical Laboratory Science
  • All Engineering Courses( excluding Agric and Bio-resources Engineering and Mettalurgical and Materials Engineering)
  • Economics and Development Studies
  • English and Literary Studies
  • Biochemistry
  • Computer Science

Less Competitive Courses at FUOYE

  • Education Courses
  • Linguistics
  • Plant Science and Biotechnology
  • Animal and Environmental Biology 
  • Demograhy and Social Statistics
  • Peace and Conflict Resolution 
  • Agric courses (excluding Food Science and Technology )

FUOYE Admission Requirements

fuoye admission requirement

  • Five O’Level credits in relevant subjects
  • Minimum age of 16 years

Types of Screening at FUOYE

  1. Online Screening(Pre Admission Screening)
  2. Post Admission Screening(Done after gaining admission)

How to Calculate FUOYE Screening Point /FUOYE Aggregate Score 2024

FUOYE Post-UTME Admission Screening Grading System:

  • A1 = 6 points
  • B2 = 5 points
  • B3 = 4 points
  • C4 = 3 points
  • C5 = 2 points
  • C6 = 1 point
  • D7 and below are not acceptable
  • One sitting = 10 points
  • Two sittings = 6 points

Direct Entry Grading System:

  • First Class/Distinction/Excellence = 60 points
  • Second Class/Upper Credit/Credit = 40 points
  • JUPEB/A-levels/IJMB: 10 – 16 points equivalent to First Class (60 points), 9 points and below (40 points)

Aggregate Score Breakdown:

  • UTME Ratio: 60%
  • O’Level Ratio: 30%
  • Sittings Ratio: 10%
  • Total: 100%

Example Calculation for UTME Applicants:

If you scored as follows:

  • A1 in 1 subject = 6 points
  • C4 in 3 subjects = 9 points (3 x 3)
  • C6 in 1 subject = 1 point
  • One sitting = 10 points

Total O’Level points = 26/40

JAMB Calculation:

JAMB score/400 x 60

For example, with a JAMB score of 227: 227/400 x 60 = 34.05

Total aggregate score = 34.05 + 26 = 60.05/100

Example Calculation for Direct Entry Applicants:

  • C4 in 4 subjects = 12 points (4 x 3)
  • C6 in 1 subject = 1 point
  • One sitting = 10 points

Total O’Level points = 23/40

Assuming you have a Second Class Upper in Polytechnic (40 points): Total aggregate score = 23 + 40 = 63/100

FUOYE Post-UTME Screening Cutoff Mark/Point

FUOYE has not officially released a screening cutoff mark, only JAMB cutoff marks. Generally, competitive courses have cutoff marks around 60-63, while less competitive courses start from 55 and below.

Register for FUOYE Screening

For accurate information, visit these sites:

When Will FUOYE Post-UTME Be Out?

The FUOYE Post-UTME form is not yet out. Stay updated by visiting the mentioned sites.

Final Thoughts

We hope this guide helps you calculate your FUOYE screening point for 2024. If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comment box below. Share this post to help others and save a friend.

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Ace aka Undergragra is a Computer Engineering Graduate at the Federal University Oye-Ekiti. He is a passionate teacher, writer, educational consultant, and educational informant.
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