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The Integrated Programme (IP) - Pros and Cons

The Integrated Programme (IP) is an educational pathway offered by certain secondary schools in Singapore. It provides a seamless six-year secondary and pre-university education for students, allowing them to bypass the O-Level examinations and proceed straight to the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma programme or other pre-university programmes Read More...

Fuchun Secondary School

Fuchun Secondary School is a government-aided co-educational secondary school located in the northwestern part of Singapore. The school was established in 1996, and its name 'Fuchun' was derived from the Fuchun River in Zhejiang Province, China. The school's motto is "Strive for Excellence," and it aims to provide a holistic education to its students. Read More...

Scholarships available at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD)

Here are some scholarships available at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD), their eligibility criteria, and how to prepare for them Read More...

JC or Poly?

Choosing between Junior College (JC) and Polytechnic can be a tough decision. Here are some pros and cons, tips, future paths, job scopes, projected salaries, professions, and jobs to consider Read More...

Phase 1 vs Phase 2 DSA for JCs

DSA (Direct School Admission) for JCs (Junior Colleges) is a scheme in Singapore that allows students to apply for admission to a JC based on their talents and achievements, rather than purely on their academic grades. There are two phases of DSA for JCs, namely Phase 1 and Phase 2. Read More...

Are University Rankings pointless for Singapore Students?

University rankings are not entirely pointless exercises for students in Singapore, as they can provide some useful information on the reputation, quality, and international standing of universities. However, there are some limitations and drawbacks to relying too heavily on university rankings when making decisions about higher education. Read More...

Northland Secondary School

Northland Secondary School is a government-aided co-educational secondary school located in the northern part of Singapore. The school was founded in 1977 and has since grown to become one of the leading secondary schools in the area Read More...

St Gabriel's Secondary School

St Gabriel's Secondary School is a well-established educational institution with a long history in Singapore. Here is some information about the school Read More...

7 tips for effective time management in secondary school

Here are 7 tips for effective time management in secondary school: Read More...
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