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Nelson Mandela University NMU Application Status 2024-2025

Nelson Mandela University NMU Application Status 2024-2025

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan NMU University Application Status 2024-2025

Are you a student who has been anxiously waiting to find out if you have been accepted into Nelson Mandela University (NMU) in 2024-2025 academic year? Are you a parent/guardian looking to check / track the application status for Nelson Mandela University admission of your child?

You have come to the right place, we have documented all the steps to make it easy for you to find out your NMU application status online.

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  1. Enter your student number and select current year or next year then Sign In by clicking SEARCH button. 

NMU Applicants Score

How to calculate your Applicant Score (AS)

  • Your Applicant Score (AS) is calculated using six NSC 20-credit subjects. Please note that Life Orientation (LO) is excluded as it is only a 10-credit NSC subject.
  • Write down your Grade 12 subjects and your most recent exam results obtained in each subject (NO Gr 12 March results).
  • You MUST include the results for the following three subjects: 1) Home language; 2) 1st Add. Language; and 3) Maths; or Maths Lit; or Technical Maths. Your Applicant Score must also include any subjects required by the qualification for admission.
  • For applicants with seven Grade 12 NSC subjects, their AS is calculated by adding the percentages for six 20-credit subjects. This gives a score out of 600.
  • For those applicants taking eight or more subjects their AS is calculated as follows: add the percentages obtained for your three main subjects (two languages and Maths, or Maths Literacy, or Technical Maths), plus the percentage(s) for any subject(s) required by the programme, together with the percentage(s) for the next best / highest subject(s), to a maximum of six subjects.
  • In addition, for those applicants from quintile 1, 2 or 3 school* who attain 50% or higher for Life Orientation, 7 points may be added to their score out of 600 to arrive at their final AS.
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All South African public ordinary schools are categorised into five groups, called  quintiles. Quintile 1 to 3 are non-fee paying schools, while Quintile 4 & 5 are fee paying schools.

Contact Nelson Mandela University

Tel: +27 (0) 41 504 1111

Fax: +27 (0) 41 504 2574 / 2731

Email: info@mandela.ac.za

PO Box 77000, Nelson Mandela University

Port Elizabeth, 6031, South Africa

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