Exempted from MT

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Exempted from MT

Postby jojowee » Sun Jul 28, 2013 3:49 pm

Hi, can anyone tell me how to get my son exempted from MT ?
He hates Chinese & I have difficulties in teaching him. :slapshead:
Do I need a medical letter as he has Adhd.

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Re: Exempted from MT

Postby sushigal » Tue Aug 20, 2013 3:13 pm

1st you need to send him to Child's Guidance Clinic to see the psychology to view him first and do a ADHD test.

From there with the supporting document, the doctor will help you to write a letter to MOE for request.

All these takes months.

I'm doing it for my girl too! She is going to sit for a test this month end so the doctor can help me and her t be exempted from MT.

Hope my sharing helps.

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