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    • The 2011 GCE ‘O’ Level result will be released on 9 Jan 2012

       

      The results of the 2011 Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level (GCE O-Level) Examination will be released on Monday, 9 January 2012.

      School candidates may collect their results from their schools at 2pm on 9 January 2012.

      Private candidates will be informed of their results by post.

      They may also access their results through the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board website at http://www.seab.gov.sg from 2pm on 9 January 2012.

       


      this is the official thread for O levels results discussion and pre-U dilemma

       

       

       

      Edited by FireIce 04 Jan `12, 10:41AM
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    • Any one have any good JCs to recommend whereby teachers are very friendly and teaches well too? It would be good if the teachers like to give students standard essays....

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    • Originally posted by Colossal:

      So is the date confirmed yet?It’s only a week more lol.

      Extract from SEAB :

      The date of release of the 2011 GCE O-Level Examination results has tentatively been scheduled to fall within the period between 09 Jan 2012 and 11 Jan 2012.

       

      I think it is on the 9 though... anyway all the best! :D

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    • Im considering studying abroad after my results...And I found this website helpful www.studyabroad.sg...will it be a smart choice? I really want to get to a medical school.confused.png 

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    • Which is most appropriate/best/smart choice? Foundation Year or A'Levels for medical school?(Abroad)

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    • To all O level students!

      A sincere good luck!!!!!!  If you have worked hard, rewards will be reaped :)

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    • Originally posted by Apophis:

      Which is most appropriate/best/smart choice? Foundation Year or A'Levels for medical school?(Abroad)


      Trinity College at the University of Melbourne. They offer foundation year for entry to medical school at the University of Melbourne.

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    • due to IP, the top 5 JCs have only very very limited seats for O's ppl

      plus, even if u can go in, the rest oredi had a good headstart.

      dun get "tramatised"

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    • Top 'O'-level students from Crescent Girls, St Nicholas

       

      The 2011 Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level (GCE O-level) Examination was released on Monday afternoon.

      A total of 36,955 school candidates students sat the examination, and 81.9 per cent had passes in five or more subjects, a slight improvement from the 81.2 per cent who did so last year.

      The top students were Lim Min from Crescent Girls' School and Zhong Yingyi and Chai Yung Ci from CHIJ St Nicholas Girls' School, who each scored 10 A1s.

      The top Secondary 5 students were Amanda Chia Siew Hui from Holy Innocents' High School and Khoo Chit Hui from Montfort Secondary School, as they each scored 4A1s and 1A2

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    • For those applying into JCs : these are the compulsory JC subject combinations for various University courses (NTU has similar requirements to NUS).

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      Edited by UltimaOnline 09 Jan `12, 5:02PM
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