The Cancellation of Registrations for Prominent Private Educational Institutions

This article delves into the recent decision by the Department of Higher Education to cancel the registrations of City Varsity, Damelin, IESA City Campus, and Lyceum College. Exploring the reasons behind this significant move, from failure to comply with legal and financial obligations to concerns over educational quality, the piece also examines the profound effects on the students and staff associated with these institutions. Unpacking the complexities of regulatory compliance and its implications, the article sheds light on the broader challenges facing the private education sector and the critical need for accountability and transparency.

How to Calculate Your APS on WhatsApp: Your Academic Companion in Your Pocket!

In the digital age, technology has revolutionized the way we access information and services. Imagine being able to calculate your Admission Point Score (APS) with just a few taps on your phone! With the University Qualifications ChatBot on WhatsApp, this dream is now a reality. In this blog post, we'll guide you through the simple steps of using WhatsApp to calculate your APS and explore all the incredible features this intelligent ChatBot has to offer.

How to Calculate APS

When calculating your APS, it's important to note that universities have their own unique methods of calculating APS. For example, at WITS, the APS calculation is based on the best seven subjects, including Life Orientation. Their scale of achievement is different from that of the NSC, with NSC you have a scale of 1 to 7 with 1 representing (0-29), 2(30-39), 3(40-49), 4(50-59), 5(60-69), 6(70-79), 7(80-100) , while Wits has a scale of 0 to 8 with 0 representing (0-39), 3(40-49),4(50-59) 5(60-69), 6(70-79), 7(80-89), 8(90-100).