How to Calculate MOUAU Aggregate Score 2024/2025

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.

MOUAU aggregate score

The Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, originally the Federal University of Agriculture, is a federal university in Umudike, Abia State, Nigeria.

It was established as a specialized University by the Federal Government of Nigeria Decree No 48 of November 1992.

It began formal activities in May 1993 with the appointment of the first Council and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Placid C. Njoku, on 27 May 1993, while other key officials of the University were appointed later.

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 MOUAU Aggregate Score 

Two things you need in order to be able to get your aggregate are your JAMB score and Post UTME score.

First and foremost,  you should know that MOUAU post-UTME comprises 60 questions of your subject combination in JAMB, making it 100 marks in total.

For a better understanding, ill use  Treasure as a case study,

Assume Treasure scores 240 in JAMB and 60 in Post UTME; her aggregate score will be gotten by;

240/8=  30

60/2= 30

30+ 30 = 60

Therefore, Treasure’s aggregate score is 60.


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

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 MOUAU.

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