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Simple in VirtueSteadfast in Duty 19 December 2013 CHIJ St. Theresa’s Convent 2013 GCE ‘N’ Level Information CHIJ St. Theresa’s Convent
Simple in VirtueSteadfast in Duty Promotion to Sec 5N(A) For Sec 4N(A) students Promotion Criteria An aggregate score not exceeding 19 points for EL, Math & best 3 subjects; A grade of 5 or better for all subjects used for computation Check new class lists from 30 Dec 2013 onwards Collect Sec 5N booklist for 2014
Simple in VirtueSteadfast in DutyRetention Retained in Sec 4N(A) [for N(A) students] Retention Criteria An aggregate not exceeding 21 points for ELMAB3; Or not exceeding 14 points for ELB3 Or not exceeding 14 points for MAB3 Overaged by not more than 4 years for Singaporeans and PRs (born on/after 1 jan 1994); Overaged by not more than 2 years for International Students (born on/after 1 Jan 1996) Sat for the GCE ‘N(A)’ Level Exam only once previously. Students who meet the repeat criteria and would like to repeat their study in our school are required to see Mrs Clara Ang (HOL Sec 4/5) or Ms Lim Li Kiang immediately after the release of results. All applications must be submitted by 23 Dec 13 (Mon) 10 am.
Simple in VirtueSteadfast in Duty Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP) For N(A) students who are academically strong and clearly polytechnic bound PFP eligibility: ELMAB3 ≤11 EL ≤ 2 or 3 and MA ≤ 3 Suitable for students with blended learning styles (conceptual and applied) The PFP is a one-year foundation programme for polytechnic-bound students and are given provisional places in diploma programmes, subject to them passing all modules in the one-year PFP.
Simple in VirtueSteadfast in Duty ITE DES-to-Poly Programme (DPP) For N(A) students who are fairly strong academically DPP eligibility: ELMAB3 ≤ 19 points EL ≤ 3 or 4 and MA ≤ 4 Suitable for students whose learning styles are more application-based and hands-on Advantage of choosing DPP over Sec 5N Direct entry to Higher Nitec, which is otherwise only available for O-level holders Students assured of 1 st or 2 nd year place in related poly Diploma course, if they attain qualifying GPA scores
19 Dec 13 Release of GCE ‘N’-results PFP Application mid Dec PFP-Eligible students receive ‘Form P’ PFP Applicants to confirm acceptance 1 st DPP Application 19 – 23 Dec 30 Jan Last day of school for students who accept PFP/DPP* offers PFP Acceptance and Appeal Release of PFP Offers Dec 2013 Jan 2014 DPP-Eligible students receive ‘Form N’ Release of GCE ‘O’-results DPP Appeal & Late Applications 26-30 Dec DPP Application Window Timeline for DPP / PFP 2014
Simple in VirtueSteadfast in Duty Timeline for DPP / PFP 2014 For students who are only interested in the PFP : You should progress to Sec 5, and apply for the PFP in January. Students who have accepted their PFP offers will withdraw from Sec 5 by the end of January. Being eligible to apply for the PFP does not guarantee a successful placement into a PFP course. For students who are only interested in the DPP : You should apply to the DPP between 19 to 23 Dec. Students who have accepted their DPP offers in December should not continue with Sec 5.
Simple in VirtueSteadfast in Duty Timeline for DPP / PFP 2014 For students who are uncertain and/or interested in both PFP and DPP: If you are certain that you do not want to continue with Sec 5 and pursue the GCE O-Levels, you may apply for the DPP in December. Upon the release of the GCE O-Level results in January, eligible students may apply for the PFP. If you are offered and accept a PFP place, you may withdraw from the DPP. Alternatively, You may progress to Sec 5 first. Upon release of the GCE O-Level results in January, you may then apply for the PFP and DPP concurrently
Simple in VirtueSteadfast in Duty Application of DPP Sec 4N(A) students who obtain ELMAB3 ≤ 19 will have the option to enrol into DPP at ITE. Students accepted into the DPP will enrol directly into Higher Nitec courses and subsequently are given a place in a related Poly Diploma course, if they meet the GPA requirements. Eligible students will receive “Form N”. Applications should be made through the ITE website (www.ite.edu.sg) Successful applicants are required to attend a 10-week preparatory course prior to their Higher Nitec courses.
Simple in VirtueSteadfast in DutyPFP/DPP For more information: PFP - http://www.polytechnic.edu.sg/pfp/ Email: Help-PFP@polytechnic.edu.sg DPP - http://www.ite.edu.sg/wps/portal/definitely-des/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Simple in VirtueSteadfast in Duty Enhanced Nitec Foundation Programme For N(T) students This course is for students who obtain ‘0’ or ‘1’ GCE ‘N” level pass. This 3-year Nitec Course is designed to help students learn at a pace more suitable for their learning needs. In addition to the 2-year Nitec courses offered under JIE ‘N” intake, these students are also eligible to apply for the 3-year Nitec courses under JIE ‘E’ intake. A personalised letter will be also issued to these students. For more information, please visit www.ite.edu.sg.
Simple in VirtueSteadfast in Duty Important Dates for ITE Intake Exercise (p6) ActivityDate Application Period – 5 days19 Dec 13 (2.30 pm) to 23 Dec 13 (5 pm ) Release of Application Results2 Jan 14 (Thu) (from 9 am) Acceptance of Offer2 Jan 14 (Thu) to 6 Jan 14 (Mon) Appeal2 Jan 14 (Thu) to 6 Jan 14 (Mon) Release of Appeal Results13 Jan 14 (Mon) from 9am
Simple in VirtueSteadfast in Duty ITE Courses and Requirements May choose up to a maximum of 12 choices. For more information, please refer to the Admission Booklet page 7 - 18. For more information (e.g. career synopsis and career prospects), please refer to the ITE Admission Booklet page 23 - 43 or website: www.ite.edu.sg www.ite.edu.sg For more information on internet application, acceptance of offer and appeal, please refer to pg 44 - 65.
Simple in VirtueSteadfast in Duty Important Note Outstanding School Fees Will be given a photocopy of the results slip Collect the original results slip after you have made the necessary payment to the General Office Absentees Collect results slip personally from the General Office. Not allowed to collect on behalf of friends.
Simple in VirtueSteadfast in Duty Important Note Certificate Amendment Check personal particulars (e.g. statutory names and Hanyu Pinyin names) are printed correctly on the results slips. Inform FT if there is any amendment by 23 Dec 2013. Any late request for amendments personal particulars will incur an administration charge of S$50 per certificate.
Simple in VirtueSteadfast in Duty Items to collect from FT Results slip – only 1 copy, do not lose it Form N – for both N(T) and N(A) students Eligible full-time ITE courses are indicated in the form ITE Admission Booklet 5 N(A) – Booklist for 2014