How to Calculate APS at University of Johannesburg
How to Calculate APS at University of Johannesburg – See Details Below:
How to determine your Admission Point Score (APS)
An Admission Point Score (APS), explained below, has been developed for the National Senior Certificate (NSC) and the Independent Examinations Board (IEB) based on the Achievement Rating of each subject. The total APS is the sum of the achievement ratings of the six school subjects. In order to determine the Admission Point Score (APS) the following principles need to be taken into consideration:
Applicants with the following results, IGCSE, NSSC (ol), WAEC, Diplome or Exam D’Etat, Certificado de Habilitscoes Literarias, Ensino Medio and Baccalaureat should be linked with the Ordinary Level (O) Grades on UJ’s Student database.
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Applicants with the following results, HIGCSE, NSSC (HL), AS Level, IB (SL) and KCSE should be linked to the South African NSC (N) Grades on UJ’s Student database.
Applicants who have set for either A Level or IB (HL) should be linked to the (A) Grades on UJ’s Student database.
N.B: Degree-seeking applicants on the basis of the American High School Diploma are required to submit their SAT statement with Reading and Writing at a score of 610 and Mathematics at a score of 530 as part of their application for matriculation exemption.