What is the admission score, and what does it mean to you?

The admission score represents the likelihood of being accepted into the program of your choice. It is calculated based on several factors, including the number of subjects studied, the overall score, the specific subjects taken, and the English language requirements. When all these criteria are met, it results in a higher admission score, increasing the probability of being admitted to your desired course.

Conversely, if some requirements are not fulfilled, it can lead to a lower admission score, reducing the chances of admission to the program. However, students can still apply to programs even with a lower admission score. To understand more about the specific requirements for a program and whether you meet them, you can explore the general requirements within the “view program” option on the search page. This will help you make informed decisions and plan your educational journey effectively.