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Post Secondary Education

Talk for Sec 4NA Parents

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>10% of Sec 1N(A) students move on to publicly funded universities, up from 5% 10 years ago >20% of Sec 1N(T) students have made it to at least

polytechnic diploma courses, up from

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3 yrs Poly 1 yr Foundation Programme ELMAB ≤ 12 All Subj ≤ B3 3 yrs NAFA / La Salle

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2020 Sec 4NA students

NO. OF STUDENTS ELIGIBLE FOR PFP =

12 OF 35

NO. OF STUDENTS ELIGIBLE FOR DPP =

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Polytechnic Foundation programme (PFP)

• One-year programme that offers a practice-oriented curriculum

taught by polytechnic lecturers, to better prepare polytechnic-bound N(A) students for entry into the relevant Polytechnic Diploma

courses.

• PFP students are given provisional places in diploma programmes, subject to them passing all modules in the one-year PFP.

• The PFP will have about 1,500 places set aside each year. It will be

offered by all five Polytechnics. More than 80% of Polytechnic Diploma courses will be offered under the PFP.

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• EMB3 ≤ 12

provided also that

• EL

≤ 3 (or 2 for some courses)

• MA

≤ 3

• Relevant subject

≤ 3

(about 80% of Poly courses are offered)

Criteria

Criteria for PFP

Bonus points will be awarded for good CCA grades, which can be used, provided the student has already met the criteria.

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Direct-entry scheme to Poly (DPP)

• The DPP allows Secondary 4N(A) students to be admitted directly into a two-year Higher Nitec programme at the Institute of

Technical Education (ITE) without having to sit for the O-Level examinations or undergo a Nitec programme.

Graduates from the DES intake will be assured either of a First-Year or Second Year place in a related Polytechnic Diploma Course,

provided they achieve the qualifying ITE Grade point average (GPA): Applied Sciences ≥ GPA 2.5

Engineering & Infocomm Technologies ≥ GPA 2.5 Business & Services ≥ GPA 3.0

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• ELMAB3 ≤ 19 provided also that • EL ≤ 4

• MA ≤ 4

• 3 other best subjects ≤5

Criteria for –

Applied sciences, engineering or info-comm technology course

Criteria for DES-to-Poly Programme

Bonus points will be awarded for good CCA grades, which can be used, provided the student has already met the criteria.

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• ELMAB3 ≤ 19 provided also that • EL ≤ 3

• MA ≤ 4

• 3 other best subjects ≤5

Criteria for –

Business & services or Hospitality

Criteria for DES-to-Poly Programme

Bonus points will be awarded for good CCA grades, which can be used, provided the student has already met the criteria.

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Chemical Technology East 8

Business Information Systems East 10

Leisure and Travel Operations West 11

Hospitality Operations West 11

Financial Services Central 9

Service Management West 11

Accounting All 10-11

IT Applications Development All 10-11

Mechanical Engineering All 12-14

Electronics Engineering All 13-15

Cut-Off Points for 2020 JIE for Higher

NITEC Courses (ELMAB3)

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Entry Criteria for ITE Nitec Courses for

N(T) and N(A) students

Check the pre-requisites for each course

Admission is merit-based

Selected courses require interviews

Aggregate:

4

best N-Level subjects, incl pre-requisite subjects & bonus points

Bonus Points for CCA grades

Grades A1-A2: 2 points Grades B3-C6: 1 point

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Cut-Off Points for NITEC Courses

(from JIE 2020 booklet)

Aerospace Avionics Central 8

Applied Food Science East 9

Digital Amination Central 11

Floristry Central 15

Hospitality Operations West 7

Travel & Tourism Services West 13

Business Services all 7-9

Electronics all 11-16

Product Design Central 16

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• EL+ Maths +Best 3 Subjects ≤ 19

provided also that

• EL

≤ 5

• MA

≤ 5

Criteria

Promotion Criteria

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Junior College (A Levels) Arts Science Anderson Serangoon JC 11 11 Anglo-Chinese JC 9 8 Catholic JC 13 13 Eunoia JC 8 7 Jurong Pioneer JC 16 15 Nanyang JC 7 6 National JC 8 7 St. Andrew’s JC 11 10 Tampines Meridien JC 13 13 Temasek JC 10 9 Victoria JC 8 7 Yishun Innova JC 20 20

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Entry Criteria For Polytechnics

(after O-Levels)

Generally the following applies:

At least a C6 in English Language

for

Non-Technology Courses

At least a D7 in English Language for

Technology Courses

L1 - EL

R2 – Relevant 2 subjects

B2 – Best 2 other subjects

L1 + R2 + B2 of 26 points

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Diploma in Biomedical Science 3 to 8

Diploma in Business Studies 3 to 9

Diploma in Banking & Finance 4 to 10

Diploma in Aerospace Engineering 6 to 11

Diploma in Optometry 4 to 12

Diploma in Mass Communication 3 to 8

Diploma in Engineering Science 4 to 11

Diploma in Information Technology 5 to 12

Diploma in Electrical & Electronic Engineering 11 to 21 L1R2B2 Cut-Off Points (from JAE 2021 booklet)

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Diploma in Applied Chemistry 3 to 10

Diploma in Biomedical Science 3 to 8

Diploma in Food Science & Technology 7 to 13

Diploma in Banking & Finance 7 to 12

Diploma in Applied AI & Analytics 3 to 10

Diploma in Information Technology 4 to 14

Diploma in Computer Engineering 4 to 14

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering 7 to 16

Diploma in Interior Design 7 to 16

Diploma in Architecture 4 to 14

L1R2B2 Cut-Off Points (from JAE 2019 booklet)

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Slow and Steady Wins the Race…

Student A has always had good grades, she just missed out on getting into the Express stream after Sec 2.

However, she did not let it affect her too much. She continued to do her best and continued to top the stream in Sec 3 and 4. She eventually scored a perfect score (5 points) for her EMB3. Her consistent hard work really paid off, no last minute

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The Keys to success – Focus and Consistency…

Student B was identified as a potential candidate for retention in Sec 3

after he failed all his subjects at the Mid-Year mark.

Worried, he actually put in a lot of hard work and managed to be promoted to Sec 4.

However, his bad habits of gaming also returned in Sec 4. In the end, he did not qualify for Sec 5 and is now in ITE.

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Peer Support Really Makes a Difference!

Student A was one of three girls who performed very well for the 2020 N-Levels.

Before the N-Levels, during the SSP period, they volunteered to stay behind to tutor their classmates.

It is through this experience of helping their own classmates that they managed to reinforce their knowledge in the different subjects.

They had a fixed schedule that they had planned and followed. They would usually do more than the work assigned in school.

All their efforts contributed to their good grades and also the improved results of many of their classmates.

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