The Upcoming Trimester schedule is as follows:

  1. Fee for masters application GH400, per exam
  2. Fee for undergraduate application GH300, per exam
  3. Date: Saturday 16th&23rd January 2016
  4. Time: 9:00am
  5. Venue: AIT Cantonments Campus Opposite Morning Star School. Behind the Government Secretarial School Building
  6. Come with Pen, Pencil, Eraser
  7. Make sure you have submitted your scanned copy of Birth Cert or any ID bearing your date of birth.


Requirement :

masters application

  1. Age: 30
  2. Birth Certificate
  3. HND Certificate and Transcript

undergraduate application:

  1. Age: 25
  2. Birth Certificate
  3. Photocopies of the certificates used to apply

English Language for Undergraduate Programmes

The objective of the English Language test is to determine if the applicant is able to:

  • Identify main ideas;
  • Identify supporting details;
  • Make inferences and draw conclusions; and
  • Understand contextual meaning.


The objective of the Mathematics test is to determine if the applicant is able to:

  • Demonstrate basic mathematics skills which are necessary for further study in the University’s mathematics courses;
  • Express mathematical ideas utilising mathematical notations;
  • Recognise and place in algebraic notation, application problems within mathematics;
  • Represent and solve situations that involve variable quantities using expressions, equations and inequalities; and
  • Demonstrate a basic understanding of problem-solving approaches used to investigate and understand mathematical concepts.

General Knowledge & Critical Thinking

The objective of the General Knowledge & Critical Thinking Test is to determine if the applicant is able to:

  • Recognise, identify and classify patterns of information;
  • Use problem solving skills in a logical and systematic manner; and
  • Understand the Malaysian history, administration, governance; and progress in the aspects of society, politics, economics and social issues

Preparatory Materials


The Preparatory Materials contain self-study learning materials in the form of selected readings, recommended textbooks, reference materials, as well as websites links to help Flexible Entry candidates prepare themselves prior to undertaking the Flexible Entry Assessments.

The learning materials can be downloaded for FREE from the CAPL website.

Entrance Test :

  • Undergraduate Programmes

    • For ALL Undergraduate Programmes eligible through flexible entry (EXCEPT BIS), candidates must sit for an Entrance Test that comprise of English Language and Mathematics


Aptitude Test : Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes

  • Persistence Test

    To prepare for the persistence test, identify what are factors that will hinder you from continuing your studies. Next, strategise ways to overcome these existing and/or potential obstacles. Finally, take action to resolve them immediately.
  • Essay Writing Test

    For the essay writing test, understand the visual provided and try to outline your ideas. Write every point in a new paragraph. Ensure that your ideas are relevant and written with complete sentences that communicate the intended meaning. Your writing must have an appropriate flow, and be free from spelling errors.
  • Interview Session:

    For the interview session, ensure that your dressing is presentable. Listen to the questions carefully and respond to it appropriately and specifically. Speak clearly and ensure that your voice is loud enough to be heard by the interviewer. Here are some popular questions often asked during interviews: 

    • Tell us about yourself.
    • Name three words or phrases to describe yourself to others.
    • Discuss your career progression.
    • Talk about experiences you have had at work.
    • Why are you interested in this programme? Why now?
    • How is your work relevant to this programme?
    • Describe your career aspirations
    • Is there anything you would like to ask me/us?



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