When applying to CPUT, a non-refundable application fee of R100 must be paid. If late applications are accepted, a Rs 150 late application fee would be applied. The application process closes on the following dates: June 15 (extended to July 14 for candidates who were unable to submit an application by the previous closing date), August 16, September 13, October 11, and November 8.
Yes, students belonging to Lower Income Groups (LIGs) can apply for the examination fee waiver by submitting proof of eligibility. Further details on this can be found under the "Admission to Examinations" section of our website at http://www.cput.edu.za/exams/admissions-examinations/.
The following documents must be produced when appearing for the CPUT entrance exam: ID Proof (Passport or National ID Card) with address update, if changed after applying for the exam; and two photographs (1 cm x 1 cm).
When registering in January or February, as well as in July, an advance payment of R1 500 is required. New students who have previously paid the R500 confirmation fee must pay just R1000 at the time of registration (see 2 below for banking details for registered students).
There is no fee when registering in March, April, May, June, August, September and October.
The tuition fee for the tutoring program is R75 000 per year. This includes all activities related to the program such as lectures, workshops, field trips and tests.
The application form can be downloaded from the website: www.tut.co.za/registration-forms. The form should be printed out and completed by hand. It can then be faxed to 086 1 771 673 or mailed to us at Office of the Registrar - Private College Council South Africa (PCCSA) - PO Box 548 Parktown North 4186.
Upon receipt of the complete application form and the required deposit, we will send you a letter confirming your registration for the next academic year. If you are a new student, this letter is called a "confirmation fee notice". If you have already sent in a confirmation fee, this letter is called a "registration fee notification".
For unreserved categories, the application cost for MHT CET 2021 is Rs. 800. Candidates from the reserved categories must pay Rs 600 as an application fee for the MHT CET 2021. The remaining amount can be paid by the candidates through any one of the following modes: online payment using debit or credit card; offline payment through NEFT/RTGS/IMPS; or by sending a demand draft (DD) in favour of Commissioner, Chief Medical Officer, Indian Health Service, with full name and post-office address of the candidate.
After submitting the application form, the remaining fee should be paid before or at the time of attending the exam. If the candidate fails to pay the fee within the given period, his/her registration will be cancelled automatically.
The examination will be held in two stages - Main Examination and Interview. The details of the stages along with other information such as how many questions each stage will have, etc., are mentioned on the website www.mhtcet.gov.in.
The main examination will be of 200 marks. This includes 100 marks each in English Language and Mathematics. The remaining 100 marks are general knowledge section. The duration of the main examination is 3 hours. There is no negative marking for any question in the main examination.
Fees for registration and exams The registration fee for the CMT Program is $250. This non-refundable charge is valid for five years, during which time the candidate must pass the test. The price for the Level 1 test is $250. The price for the Level 2 test is $500.
Who can take the CMT? Only those who have had an active license for one year are eligible to take the CMT. Applicants must be at least 17 years old on the date of application submission. Those under 18 will need permission from their parent or guardian before applying.
Are there any scholarships available for the CMT? Yes, the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles offers several scholarships each year. These include scholarships for active duty law enforcement officers, firefighters, EMTs, paramedics, and veterans. In addition, there is a scholarship for high school students who want to pursue careers in motor vehicle safety.
What are some advantages of becoming a CMT? Once certified, candidates can apply for many different jobs within the motor vehicle industry.
Submit a non-refundable application fee of $60. If you apply online, you must pay the application cost through your application site. CWU will accept a cost waiver from the College Board or ACT, or you may submit the CWU Request for Application Fee Waiver form and supporting documents. The application fee is waived for veterans, active duty military personnel, and their families.