Solution
FUNAAB uses a Composite Grading System which consider the O'Level, Post-UTME and UTME/Transcript results of a candidate. Composite score is based on ratio 30:20:50 for Post-UTME, O'Level result and UTME score respectively.

**O'level points** is based on ONLY five core subjects: English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. A1, B2, B3, C4, C5 and C6 grade are rated as 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1 point respectively, all other grades are rated as 0 point. Thus, the maximum obtainable Total O'Level points is thus 30pts.

NOTES**:**

- Where Agriculture is accepted for a pass in Biology, the grade of Agriculture does not reflect on the O'Level point.
- Where a candidate present 2 results, the calculation is based on the better grade for eachÂ of the core subject. However, 1 pt is deducted from the total score obtained.

**O'Level composite percentage = **Total O'Level Points multiplied by 2/3.

*UTME/DE composite percentage *

UTME: Total UTME Score divided by 8

DE: (Total Obtainable GP or Points / CGPA or Points obtained) * 0.3

*Post-UTME composite percentage* = Post-UTME score multiplied by 0.3

**COMPOSITE** = Sum of all three composite percentages

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