National Benchmark Test
AIM, PDBA & EMBA applicants are required to write the National Benchmark Test (NBT). This UCT-developed test provides additional insight into the candidate's verbal and quantitative abilities.
Visit the National Benchmark Test website. Follow the steps to book and pay for your test(s) as well as further information on test venues and times.
The National Benchmark Test can only be written at the nominated venues throughout the year.
Please ensure that you book your NBT test early as places are limited at the venues. No application will be reviewed without having received the NBT results
You must pay the testing fee as soon as you have registered and received your unique EasyPay number.
The testing fee is R110 to write the AQL. The testing fee is not refundable.
How do I pay?
All NBT fees must be paid through EasyPay. Take your NBT registration letter with you to an EasyPay Paypoint near you to pay. You may also pay on the EasyPay website: www.easypay.co.za and then print out your receipt. You must show both letter and receipt before being allowed to write the tests.
EasyPay Paypoints are found across South Africa at food stores including Pick N Pay, ShopRite, Checkers, and Spar, as well as many other merchant sites.
Required test paper to be written:
AIM: Academic Literacy and Quantitative Literacy (3 hours)
PDBA: Academic Literacy and Quantitative Literacy (3 hours)
EMBA: Academic Literacy and Quantitative Literacy (3 hours)
PGDip MP: Postgraduate Diploma in Management Practice (3 hours)
The National Benchmark Test scores must be received by the School before closing date. Scoring of the NBT takes approximately 2 weeks
EMBA 31 December 2013
PDBA 30 November 2013
AIM 30 December 2013
Please contact Admissions (email@example.com) if you live outside of South Africa to arrange for the NBT to be written or if you have any other queries.
Customised Academic Learning students please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information