We will explain below how the JUPEB scoring system works, the meaning of JUPEB points and how to calculate Jupeb points. Details are as follows;
First, you need to understand some basic knowledge. As a student of JUPEB, you are to only register three core subjects. It is from these three subjects that your JUPEB points will be calculated.
How to Calculate Jupeb Points
|70% – 100%||A||5 Points|
|60% – 69%||B||4 Points|
|50% – 59%||C||3 Points|
|45% – 49%||D||2 Points|
|40% – 44%||E||1 Point|
|39% -00%||F||0 Point|
Please note that English is a general course in JUPEB, so it is not included.
For example, for students who are registered in (3) subjects and have scores such as Physics (A); Chemistry (B); and Biology (C), the total score is calculated as follows:
It must be further noted that your Jupeb points is what determines if you will be admitted into 200L or Not.
See the second table below:
Total 12 Points
What does Jupeb mean?
Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board
The meaning of JUPEB is Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board. JUPEB is a national examinations body approved by the Federal Government of Nigeria in December 2013.