Many Candidates and Parents have been asking me questions as to how Jamb 2021 would be marked or scored since Jamb has reduced the number of questions to be answered in the examination.
Yes, it is absolutely true that Jamb has reduced the number of questions to be answered in the Jamb Exam. However, Jamb scores will still be marked over 100%.
That’s to say that the total score for Jamb 2021 is 400 and the highest you can get is 400/400. And the minimum you can score is Zero.
For example, if you are required to answer 40 questions in Mathematics and you were good enough to score 40 over 40, Your score will be divided by 40 multiplied by hundred percent. Then you have a Jamb scored of 100 in Mathematics.
Let’s See something below:
- Total Score Obtainable for Mathematics = 40 Marks
- Assuming your score in the subject = 30 Marks
- Total percentage =100%
Your Jamb Score will be = (30/40)x100 = 75. Do you understand?
Now you may be asking, what if I score 20 over 40? The grading remains the same. Jamb will divide your 20 by 40 and multiply by 100. This will leave you with a score of 50%.
Does it apply to all Subjects? This calculation does not apply to Jamb use of English. Jamb English questions do no carry equal marks. Jamb comprehension passages usually carry more marks (Usually 3 marks each) than other questions.
That is to say, if there are five questions with 3 marks attached after each comprehension passages and Jamb decides to set two passages; then you will score 30 marks by answering only comprehension passages correctly. Other questions will then sum to 70 marks to complete 100 total marks.
- One passage is five questions
- Two passages equal to 10 questions.
- One question carries 3 marks.
- 10 times 3 equals 30.
After the whole calculation, your mark will be divided by the total mark obtainable and multiplied by 100. This will give you your Jamb Score.
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