Topics: Calamba City, Philippines, Laguna Pages: 1 (339 words) Published: August 26, 2013
Application Procedure for SY 2012-2013

1.Secure a Student Application Form by downloading a copy from NTMA’s website, or visit NTMA’s Office of the Registrar in the Administration Building, Knowledge Avenue, Carmeltown, Canlubang, Calamba City, Laguna. 2.Fill out the Student Application Form and attach a 3.5 cm x 4.5 cm colored ID picture. 3.Submit completed Application Form either personally or by mail at the Office of the Registrar, via the online application at the NTMA website, or send scanned copy to ntma@ntma.edu.ph. Entrance Examination is FREE. 4.Take the NTMA Entrance Examination in designated Test Centers all over the Philippines. Schedule of Entrance Examination in various provinces in the Philippines will be posted in the NTMA Website 5.Each applicant must present a valid school ID or exam permit on the date of examination. 6.Results of the Written Examination will be released and announced at the Test Center in the afternoon of the examination date. 7.Written exam passers will be required to take the Ishihara Color Blind Test and must undergo height measurement and oral interview conducted by NTMA Examiners. 8.Final results of interview will be posted in the website of NTMA (www.ntma.edu.ph) on the first week of November. 9.If you passed, download and print from NTMA’s website the Medical Report Form. Bring it to any DOH accredited medical clinic for your Preliminary Medical Exam. Send the results to NTMA within 01 December to 15 February. 10.If you passed the Preliminary Medical Exam (see the website one month after submission), contact NTMA through (02-908-4903; 02-584-4255; 049-549-0923; 049-549-0939) to schedule your final medical examinations at the Transnational Medical and Diagnostic Center (TMDC), Cabildo St., Intramuros, Manila from 02 January to 31 March. 11.Medical exams start of 0800H and end at 1700H. Be on time. Bring your official school ID, 4 copies of 1.5” x 1.5” photo of yourself with a white background.
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