GCE N-Level results to be released on Thursday

GCE N-Level results to be released on Thursday

SINGAPORE - The results of the 2014 Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education (GCE) Normal (Academic) and Normal (Technical) Level (N-Level) Examinations will be released this Thursday, Dec 18.

Students will be able to obtain their results slips from their schools from 2pm that day, said the Ministry of Education in a statement. Private candidates will be notified of their results via post. They can also obtain their results online via the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board's website (http://www.seab.gov.sg).

Upon collecting their results, students who wish to apply for Institute of Technical Education (ITE) courses can submit their applications online via the ITE application portal (www.ite.edu.sg/wps/portal/intake/). Hard copy application forms are also available at all three ITE colleges.

Eligible students will be invited to apply for the Direct-Entry-Scheme to Polytechnic Programme (DPP), which prepares students for progression into selected polytechnic diploma courses via a two-year course at ITE.

Applications for the DPP can be submitted online via the ITE application portal between 2.30pm, Dec 18 and 5pm, Dec 22. The DPP posting results will be released online via the ITE application portal on Dec 26.

Students who receive an offer will need to log on to the ITE application portal between 9am on Dec 26 and 11.59pm on Dec 29 to accept or reject the offer.

Applications for another option, the Polytechnic Foundation Programme, will open in Jan 2015 on the day when the GCE O-Level results are released. The PFP is a one-year foundation programme offering a practice-oriented curriculum taught by polytechnic lecturers.

Students who wish to apply to the PFP should first commence Secondary 5 on Jan 2, 2014 while awaiting the PFP posting results.

For more information on the DPP and the PFP, visit http://www.ite.edu.sg/wps/portal/definitely-des/ and http://www.polytechnic.edu.sg/pfp/


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