If you are about to sit for Cambridge A-Level Nigeria examination and you are wondering how much percentage you need to have to get A which literally stands for excellent, and B for very good etc. This our updates will try to give an answer to this question.
Below is a detailed explanation of how points are computed in Cambridge A-Level Nigeria;
In fig 1.1; For a student that register for (3) Subjects with grade such as Physics (A); Chemistry (B); then Biology (C), the total number of points scored is calculated as follows; English is a general course in Cambridge A Level Nigeria, so is not included.
|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% and Below||F||0 Point|
Furthermore, many universities have stipulated minimum of passes (i.e. grades E) in two(2) subjects among the three(3) subjects on offer, you will realise that general performance in the examination rather suggests these universities admit students with higher grades. Hence, it is of utmost important that students concentrate their efforts to secure sufficient scores to grants higher chances of using Cambridge A ‘Level Nigeria result for admission in the Cambridge A-Level Nigeria affiliated universities
And if you have received your result, but you do not know how many points required for the choice of the course you want to study at your desired university, you are advised to go through Cambridge A-Level Nigeria cut off marks/ points for universities admission for all courses in Nigerian universities. After the completion of your examination, provided all other things being equal, the result should be released after three to fours weeks of the examination. Go through instructions to check your Cambridge A-Level Nigeria result