The National Benchmark test project recommends that you write your test when you are ready. The best way to determine when to write your NBTs is to look at when your closing dates and deadlines are for your degree programme.
You need to also to take into consideration the time it takes to process your NBTs, have them scored and have your results sent to your university. When you decide to write your NBTs should not be a concern, whether you write earlier in the year or later has no disadvantage to you either than getting it over and done with and also applying with enough time left.
Learners who choose the online NBT should be aware that they may be affected by load-shedding, loss of connectivity or issues with their computer. Learners should choose a date earlier in the cycle to allow additional test dates should they experience issues on a test day.
You need to bring the following with you:
The dates on which the results will be released are shown on your test schedule. Different institutions and faculty requirements determine the deadlines for learners to submit NBT results, which may be as early as June or July.
You don’t have to worry about sending your test results to the different universities you’ve applied to. Universities will receive your results directly from the NBT project.
The NBT test results are valid for 2 years! This is why we suggest doing your test in Matric when your knowledge is still fresh.
You can request a remark on your test within 30 days of having received your results. The remark costs R250 and takes 4 weeks to process.
This article was originally published on 05 Dec 2022
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