I believe CHS has buck the trend by sending out emails to both successful and unsuccessful candidatesiFirefly wrote:CHS released DSA results very late, last year. The school informed both successful and unsuccessful candidates via email.titank wrote:Like that have to wait till either 30 or 31 Aug as stated in most IP school website. So DSA result is by email, phone or snail mail?
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I do agree on this.SpartanMum wrote:
.... It is likely that if your child needs to be pushed a lot to get 250 and above - IP may not be the right choice. Conversely, those kids who had minimal pushing and scored 240s ...IP may still be a good choice. Those kids who are let down by just one subject, particularly second lang, but are otherwise very independent learners could also consider IP.
There were many cases whereby kids scored 240s just because they are weak in MT..
But when come to lower sec, these kids scored quite well base on L1S4 even if their MT continued to be their weakest subject..
Does your friend's CO get CO from NUSH? Just curious.monmon31 wrote:Thanks! like i what I said, only when they are not sure and have doubts about one. My friend can breath a sigh of relief then...tankee wrote:For NUSH, interview is for those borderline cases.