The rate is calculated based on differentiating between students as follows:

Composite ratio = (Cumulative percentage of high school certificate results × 0.35) + (Aptitude test results × 0.30) + (Achievement test result 0.35)

Example of the method of calculating the ratio:
An applicant with a score of 95.00% in the high school certificate, 85.00% in the General Aptitude Exam, and 80.00% in the Achievement Exam will be calculated for admissions ranking as follows:
Accumulative grade = (95 × 0.35) + (85 ×0.30) + (80 ×0.35) = 86

This forms the basis upon which the differentiation between students is based and is applicable to those who meet the general admission requirements.