In 2016, Lungi Mkhize from Maris Stella High School Durban found herself in the same situation as most learners who are applying for university, she needed to write the National Benchmark Tests (NBTs).

These tests results would decide if she would make it into university or not. With her future education plans at risk from her results, she decided to prepare for these tests. Lungi was successful in her NBT results and went on to study Engineering at the University of Johannesburg. Watch her NBT journey above.

If you want to prepare for the NBTs you can by going to our NBT pages.

This article was originally published on 31 Mar 2020

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Adam Kinder

Online learning manager at Advantagelearn.com. I help manage our systems to provide the best online learning experience for our Students. Besides that I am a passionate Mathematician and enjoy solving students questions on our site.

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