2014-Uni COP as reference for 2014-A Level to 2015-Uni

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2014-Uni COP as reference for 2014-A Level to 2015-Uni

Postby JonC » Tue Mar 03, 2015 12:02 am

Info compile from the 3 popular Uni's websites.

Anyone put this up yet? Looks like not yet.

Hope it's useful at a glance.

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Re: 2014-Uni COP as reference for 2014-A Level to 2015-Uni

Postby jetsetter » Tue Mar 03, 2015 8:16 am

Nice job, JonC.

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Re: 2014-Uni COP as reference for 2014-A Level to 2015-Uni

Postby starlight1968sg » Tue Mar 03, 2015 8:29 am

Pardon me, what is the meaning of 10th and 90th percentile in that chart?
Thank you.

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Re: 2014-Uni COP as reference for 2014-A Level to 2015-Uni

Postby JonC » Tue Mar 03, 2015 2:46 pm

The total number of students in a faculty is considered as a total of 100%.

90 percentile means the top 90% to 100% of the students (highest score).

10 percentile means the lower 0% to 10% of students (lowest score).

If 90 and 10 percentile grades are the same all AAA/A means the faculty is hotly chase after by students, popular course.

Here's answer to question pm to me.

The table or the Uni look straightly at 3 H2 and 1 H1 plus 2 more H1 which is not indicated. H3, correct me if I am wrong, is either for show or only useful for scholarship.

Distinction is A.

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Re: 2014-Uni COP as reference for 2014-A Level to 2015-Uni

Postby starlight1968sg » Tue Mar 03, 2015 2:49 pm

Thanks JonC.
The chart is informative.

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Re: 2014-Uni COP as reference for 2014-A Level to 2015-Uni

Postby JonC » Tue Mar 03, 2015 3:05 pm

No problem.

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Re: 2014-Uni COP as reference for 2014-A Level to 2015-Uni

Postby GiftedGem » Tue Mar 03, 2015 3:15 pm

Informative indeed. Thanks for sharing, JonC.

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Re: 2014-Uni COP as reference for 2014-A Level to 2015-Uni

Postby Kiasucy » Tue Mar 03, 2015 6:00 pm

Anyone know if there is a one single website for 2014-A level students to apply to all local uni? Or do they have to apply to the individual local uni separately at their website?

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Re: 2014-Uni COP as reference for 2014-A Level to 2015-Uni

Postby havok_ex » Wed Mar 04, 2015 8:43 pm

Kiasucy wrote:Anyone know if there is a one single website for 2014-A level students to apply to all local uni? Or do they have to apply to the individual local uni separately at their website?


Application is done seperately to each uni. But when you accept the course, it is a joint-admission. Meaning that there will be one central website to go to in order to accept or reject an offer. Once you accept an offer from say, NUS, your other offers from NTU and SMU will be withdrawn in order to give a chance to other applicants. So no one student can chope 3 places for a long time.

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Re: 2014-Uni COP as reference for 2014-A Level to 2015-Uni

Postby starlight1968sg » Wed Mar 04, 2015 8:46 pm

havok_ex wrote: Application is done seperately to each uni. But when you accept the course, it is a joint-admission. Meaning that there will be one central website to go to in order to accept or reject an offer. Once you accept an offer from say, NUS, your other offers from NTU and SMU will be withdrawn in order to give a chance to other applicants. So no one student can chope 3 places for a long time.

So a student can apply different courses at different U in the same admission year?

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