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PSLE 2013 - Results Discussion

Unlike entry to Primary Schools, admission into Secondary Schools is based on meritocracy. PSLE results are used as key admission criteria. Discuss everything related to PSLE and selection of Secondary Schools here.

Re: PSLE 2013 - Results Discussion

Postby Laurel111 » Mon Nov 25, 2013 1:55 pm

lexis wrote:can use the +2 for IP. The +2 depends on the sec school, not the track.


That was helpful. I hope I will be less clueless 2 yrs later for DS Secondary selection.
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Re: PSLE 2013 - Results Discussion

Postby Zelda574 » Mon Nov 25, 2013 1:59 pm

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Re: PSLE 2013 - Results Discussion

Postby ahchan » Mon Nov 25, 2013 2:01 pm

UBKmom wrote:
ahchan wrote:Hi all,

New to this forum.
My son has got 254+[2].
Any school recommendations ?....we are in Bukit Merah area...

So far we have considered Duman High(IP), Nan Hua and NJC(IP)...

TIA.

can try HCI as 1st choice


Have ask him to consider HCI as 1st choice but he afraid that he might be very stress if he ever gets in...:(

Thx.
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Re: PSLE 2013 - Results Discussion

Postby careen low » Mon Nov 25, 2013 2:20 pm

Dear All,

My son scored 247+2, his choice of school is:

1) ACSI Express
2) Catholic High
3) SJI
4) Nan Hua
5) Bukit Panjang Govt High
6) Fairfield Methodist

Is these the good choice for him? Cos his dream school is ACSI, is it possible for him to put the ACSI IP in first choice as well?

Very appreciate for the reply. Thanks
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Re: PSLE 2013 - Results Discussion

Postby ngl2010 » Mon Nov 25, 2013 2:24 pm

Laurel111 wrote:
lexis wrote:can use the +2 for IP. The +2 depends on the sec school, not the track.


That was helpful. I hope I will be less clueless 2 yrs later for DS Secondary selection.
:smile:

2 years later mayber there is no more t-score... :smile:
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Re: PSLE 2013 - Results Discussion

Postby pineapple tarts » Mon Nov 25, 2013 2:24 pm

Hello,

My DD scored 252+2. We are thinking of the followings :

1. Cedar IP (COP 254)
2. St. Nick IP (COP 255)
3. Cedar O level (COP 251)
4. St Nick O Level (COP 253)
5. Anderson sec sch (COP 246)

We dunno whatelse to chose. Dunman and TJC quite far (we r at Seng Kang). NJC has direct bus but COP not within reach.

We are about 1-2 points away from the COP to enter IP. Dunno if we are wasting our choices.

BTW, if if there is only 1 place left for st nick o level, will the school chose 225 from their affilicated primary school or 254 (above COP) from a non affliated school?

Pls advise. Thank you
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Re: PSLE 2013 - Results Discussion

Postby UBKmom » Mon Nov 25, 2013 2:28 pm

ahchan wrote:
UBKmom wrote:
ahchan wrote:Hi all,

New to this forum.
My son has got 254+[2].
Any school recommendations ?....we are in Bukit Merah area...

So far we have considered Duman High(IP), Nan Hua and NJC(IP)...

TIA.

can try HCI as 1st choice


Have ask him to consider HCI as 1st choice but he afraid that he might be very stress if he ever gets in...:(

Thx.


I think DHS n NJ are equally stress...dont worry HCI has `O` level class if unable to cope but DHS n NJ dont.
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Re: PSLE 2013 - Results Discussion

Postby bb_ mom » Mon Nov 25, 2013 2:40 pm

Hi

DD got 235. We're putting Fairfield Methodist as 1st choice. What are our chances? Very stressed by this whole process.
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Re: PSLE 2013 - Results Discussion

Postby ahchan » Mon Nov 25, 2013 2:43 pm

ahchan wrote:
UBKmom wrote:
ahchan wrote:Hi all,

New to this forum.
My son has got 254+[2].
Any school recommendations ?....we are in Bukit Merah area...

So far we have considered Duman High(IP), Nan Hua and NJC(IP)...

TIA.



Have ask him to consider HCI as 1st choice but he afraid that he might be very stress if he ever gets in...:(

Thx.


I think DHS n NJ are equally stress...dont worry HCI has `O` level class if unable to cope but DHS n NJ dont.


Oh, good to know HCI has "o" level class...I thought they don't...
Also, I heard someone saying that DHS has got 'O' Level class for those who culd not cope, anyone can confirm :? :?

Thx
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Re: PSLE 2013 - Results Discussion

Postby Dreamgear » Mon Nov 25, 2013 2:50 pm

pineapple tarts wrote:Hello,

My DD scored 252+2. We are thinking of the followings :

1. Cedar IP (COP 254)
2. St. Nick IP (COP 255)
3. Cedar O level (COP 251)
4. St Nick O Level (COP 253)
5. Anderson sec sch (COP 246)

We dunno whatelse to chose. Dunman and TJC quite far (we r at Seng Kang). NJC has direct bus but COP not within reach.

We are about 1-2 points away from the COP to enter IP. Dunno if we are wasting our choices.

BTW, if if there is only 1 place left for st nick o level, will the school chose 225 from their affilicated primary school or 254 (above COP) from a non affliated school?

Pls advise. Thank you


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