CPUT APS Calculator – How to Calculate Score

If you’re interested in attending the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) in South Africa, you’ll need to calculate your Admission Point Score (APS) to determine your eligibility for admission. Fortunately, CPUT provides an easy-to-use APS calculator on their website. In this article, we’ll explain what the CPUT APS calculator is and how to use it.


What is the CPUT APS Calculator?

The CPUT APS calculator is an online tool that helps you calculate your Admission Point Score (APS) based on the grades you received in your National Senior Certificate (NSC) or Independent Examination Board (IEB) examinations.

How to Use the CPUT APS Calculator?

Using the CPUT APS calculator is easy. First, it can save you time and effort by determining whether you meet the minimum admission requirements for your desired degree program. Follow these steps to calculate your APS:

  1. Go to the Cape Peninsula University of Technology/CPUT APS calculator page.
  2. Enter the scores you received for each of the six subjects required for your degree program.
  3. Click on the “Calculate” button.
  4. Your APS score will be displayed on the screen.


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How to Calculate your score without the Calculator

Note first that Life Orientation cannot be used for any of the calculations. You must meet the individual subject admission requirements for the qualification.

In addition, you must also meet the minimum APS scores using the method that applies to the qualification you are applying for. There are three methods illustrated below in these images. Click images for a better view.

CPUT APS Calculation method 1

CPUT APS Calculation method 2 CPUT APS Calculation method 3

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