O Level Results 2020 | Ingel Soong

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GCE O-Level Results 2020

  • 85.2% of the cohort attain five or more passes, compared to 84.7% last year.
  • This is higher than the record 84.8% set in 2018.
  • 96.5% of the cohort attain three or more passes, compared to 96.3% last year.
  • 24,409 students sat for the examinations last year
  • O Level results 2020 will be released on Monday 13th Jan 2020, 2pm onwards.
  • School candidates may obtain their results from their schools.
  • Private candidates will receive their results from post. They can also use their SingPass to obtain their results online from the internet Examination Results Release System (iERRS) on SEAB website from 2.00pm onwards.

Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE)

  • Students applying for JC, MI, polytechnics and ITE can apply through JAE, which is accessible from 3.00pm on Monday, 13th Jan 2020 to 4.00pm on Friday, 7th Jan 2020.
  • Eligible applicants are strongly encouraged to use the course application worksheet (in Form A or the JAE information booklet) and submit their online application on JAE Internet System (JAE-IS).
  • JAE-IS is to be assessed using SingPass or JAE PIN (in Form A).
  • JAE posting results are scheduled to be released on Tuesday 4th Feb 2020 through JAE-IS or SMS.
  • Applicants posted to JC and MI will start school on Wednesday 5th Feb 2020.
  • Applicants posted to polytechnics and ITE will receive letters for their respective enrollment details.
  • Career counsellors at MOE’s ECG Centre at Grange Road will be available until 24th Jan 2020 to provide education or career guidance.

Direct School Admission (DSA) – JC

  • Students who had accepted offers through DSA-JC will be admitted to their chosen JC if they meet the eligibility criteria based on their O-Level results and will not be eligible to participate in the JAE.
  • Students who do not meet the JC admission criteria may participate in JAE to apply for other eligible courses.

Early Admissions Exercise (EAE) – Polytechnics

  • Students who had accepted conditional offers to an ITE course through EAE and have been confirmed based on their O-Level results against the Minimum Entry Requirements will not be eligible to participate in the JAE.

Progression Pathways for Sec 4 N(A) Students

  • Secondary 4 N(A) students can apply for Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP) and Direct-Entry-Scheme to Polytechnic Programme (DPP)
  • Students can apply for PFP online if they obtained ELMAB3 raw points of 12 or better and meet the subject-specific requirements for their chosen course.
  • PFP-eligible students will receive Form P containing their password with their O-Level results from their schools.
  • PFP will be open from 2.00pm on Monday 13th Jan 2020 till 4.00pm on Friday 17th Jan 2020.
  • Applicants will have to indicate if they wish to accept, reject or appeal for a course-change by 4.00pm on Thursday, 23rd Jan 2020.
  • The last day of school will be Friday 31st Jan 2020 and students will be informed on the enrollment days by their respective polytechnics.

Direct-Entry-Scheme to Polytechnic Programme (DPP)

  • Students can apply for DPP if they obtained a ELMAB3 raw points not exceeding 19 points and meet the subject-specific requirements for their chosen course.
  • Sec 4 N(A) students who are eligible can submit their DPP applications online, which is open at 2.00pm on Monday 13th Jan 2020 till 11.59pm on Friday 17th Jan 2020.
  • Accepted students should report to ITE on Thursday 23rd Jan 2020.
  • Students who have previously accepted a place in DPP earlier and have now decided to take up PFP will need to apply to ITE to withdraw from DPP first.

 

2019 Results

Percentage of Students With at Least 3 O-Level Passes

Percentage of Students With at Least 3 O-Level Passes

Percentage of Students With at Least 5 O-Level Passes

Percentage of Students With at Least 5 O-Level Passes

Percentage of O-Level Cohort that Progressed to Post-Secondary Education

Percentage of O-Level Cohort that Progressed to Post-Secondary Education

Percentage of GCE O-Level Students Who Passed English Language

Percentage of GCE O-Level Students Who Passed English Language

Percentage of GCE O-Level Students Who Passed Mother Tongue

Percentage of GCE O-Level Students Who Passed Mother Tongue

Percentage of GCE O-Level Students Who Passed Mathematics

Percentage of GCE O-Level Students Who Passed Mathematics

Notes:

  1. Figures exclude Integrated Programme (IP) students.
  2. Figures include all school candidates except those who took O-Level subjects not in their graduating year.

Source: Data.gov.sg

 

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