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Commentary: After PSLE, the big headache is choosing a secondary school


There is additionally the Direct School Admission (DSA) route which permit college students to get “early entry” into a secondary school, even earlier than they sit for the PSLE.  Students apply primarily based on their expertise in sports activities, Co-Curricular Activities (CCAs) and particular tutorial areas, go for checks or auditions and are supplied spots in the event that they qualify. A good friend of mine has a daughter who is proficient in synchronised swimming, and she or he received two provides. This yr, there is an improve in the variety of DSA purposes and oldsters interviewed by the media say they might slightly “chope” a place for his or her youngsters as a substitute of ready for outcomes and having to scramble for a school they don’t seem to be positive about. For these with out an affiliation to depend on and aren’t utilizing the DSA route, it is time for some strategising.

SCORING A SPOT IN SCHOOL OF CHOICE

Students are given seven days from the launch of PSLE outcomes to shortlist six secondary colleges in preferential order. To give everybody a higher concept of how to decide on, the Ministry of Education (MOE) launched the entry and cut-off factors for all secondary colleges in April primarily based on simulated scores modelled on final yr’s PSLE scores. For a school like Nanyang Girls’ High School, the projected Achievement Level (AL) is between 4 to 7 (non-affiliated), primarily based on the new T-score system.  That means scoring a minimum of 90 per cent for every of the 4 topics. Obviously, the higher the general scores, the higher the probability to enter the school of selection.



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