If you find yourself outside of South Africa and you want to study next year, don’t panic. There’s a way for you to still write the National Benchmark Tests (NBTs). Liz has been there, done that so she’s got advice for days on this topic.
The university application process can become quite confusing and complicated. This article aims to shed some light on the marks you’ll need to apply with.
Do you want to study in 2019? Well, in order to apply to universities in South Africa, it is necessary to write the National Benchmark Tests (NBTs).
Being able to calculate your APS is important when applying for university. Here’s why universities use them and why you need to be aware of them.
As an international student looking to study in South Africa, things can get complicated. How do A Levels fit into the South African application system?
So you wanted to study in 2019, but missed the bus? Don’t sweat it. We’ve got your back. If you didn’t apply in time, you have a second chance.
Before you apply to an institution you need to know what an Admission Point Score (APS) is. Find out how to calculate your APS, as well as why it’s so important.
While there are a few ways you can apply to your tertiary institution of choice, online applications could save you time and energy.
If you plan on studying at a university in 2019, you will need to write the NBTs this year. Here are all of the NBT venues per province.
Still confused about those National Benchmark Tests (NBTs) you need to write? Here are some of the questions we’ve received about the NBTs.
If you’re considering applying to a South African university and you’ve had a look at their admission requirements, chances are you’ve come across the National Benchmark Test (NBT). Here’s everything you need to know about the NBTs and why you have to write them.
So, you are keen to study at the Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU)? One of the need-to-knows before sending off your application form to SMU is the APS calculation.