Here are the Top Junior Colleges of Singapore, based on their 2017 cut-off points released by MOE earlier this year. There are many post-secondary education options out there, if you are planning on heading to a Junior College, check out their cut off point below.
According to the Ministry of Education, the 2 year Junior College education is for:
- For students who are academically inclined and have the necessary GCE ‘O’ Level qualifications. JCs also recognise special talents and aptitudes through discretionary admission. See the section on Post-Secondary Education for reference.
- Offer a 2-year junior college/3-year centralised institute pre-university course leading to the GCE ‘A’ Level examination.
|1||Hwa Chong Institution||4||4|
|3||Victoria Junior College||7||5|
|4||Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) (ACS(I))||–||5*|
|5||Nanyang Junior College||7||6|
|6||National Junior College||7||6|
|7||Anglo Chinese Junior College||8||7|
|8||St. Joseph’s Institution||–||7*|
|9||Eunoia Junior College||9||9|
|10||Temasek Junior College||9||9|
|11||St. Andrew’s Junior College||10||9|
|12||Catholic Junior College||10||11|
|13||Anderson Junior College||11||9|
|14||Meridian Junior College||11||11|
|15||Pioneer Junior College||13||12|
|16||Yishun Junior College||17||16|
Source: MOE Joint Admissions Exercise Guidebook
*These schools offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) programme instead of ‘A’ levels, so there is no distinguishable arts or science stream.
Schools with exactly the same cut-off points for both Arts and Science programmes are ranked alphabetically.
So, what’s your choice after completing your GCE O-Levels?