- Understanding the psychology of admission officers
- Knowing how first impressions are formed
- Using visual and vocal language to market yourself
- Discovering what you like about your dream school
- Creating an inventory of your skills and positive personality traits
- Creating success and failure stories
- Verbal branding through story telling
Target Audience: For 12-year olds applying for DSA & International Schools
Methodology: Mini-lectures, Peer Role Plays, Role Play with Instructor, Video Recording
Cost per pax: $500 nett (tea break and course materials provided)
Maximum participants per class: 8
Venue: Park Mall, next to Dhoby Ghaut MRT
Choosing a suitable school for a child with special education needs (SEN), such as a child with autism, is a very important decision. As your child will be spending most of the time in school, the school environment will play a huge part in shaping your child, whether it is a special school or a mainstream school.
So you or your child has just received your ‘O’ Level results. What’s next?
Are you already considering a tertiary education that will chart the course of your future career? Could Engineering be your preferred choice but you are not sure if you have the aptitude for a course in Engineering? And what are the prospects of studying Engineering at a polytechnic?
Is the International Baccalaureate (IB) programme suitable for your child? Is it better than doing the GCE ‘O’ or ‘A’ Levels? What can you expect?
These are some of the questions running through the minds of parents and students when it is time to decide what to do post-PSLE, or sometimes after Secondary 4.
Just as many roads lead to Rome, many routes lead to realizing the Singapore Dream too. In the past, the PSLE-GCE ‘O’ & ‘A’ LEVEL route was often considered the most legit path to university for local school children.
The purpose of this table is to provide future participants of the DSA (Academic) of IP schools and their parents an overview of the whole DSA process and some basic school information.
Phase 2C Supplementary
For a child who is not yet registered in a primary school after Phase 2C
Announcement of Results:
By Tuesday, 19 August 2014
KiasuParents.com Analysis (Final Update 13 Aug 2014):
For all children who are eligible for Primary One in the following year and are not yet registered in a primary school
Announcement of Results:
By Wednesday, 6 August 2014
KiasuParents.com Analysis (Updated 4 Aug 2014):