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National Junior College Subject Combinations 2010. CURRICULUM OVERVIEW. Three Levels of Study. CURRICULUM OVERVIEW. GRADING. Local University Admission Framework. ELIGIBILITY Passes in 2 H2 subjects An attempt at General Paper or Knowledge & Inquiry at the same sitting.

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curriculum overview
CURRICULUM OVERVIEW

Three Levels of Study

local university admission framework
Local University Admission Framework
  • ELIGIBILITY
  • Passes in 2 H2 subjects
  • An attempt at General Paper or Knowledge & Inquiry at the same sitting.
  • Meet the Mother Tongue Language (MTL) requirement (one of the following):
  • - ‘S’ grade in H1 MTL
  • - ‘D7’ in Higher MTL at ‘O’ level
  • - ‘Pass’ in MT ‘B’
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Local University Admission Framework

SELECTION OF APPLICANTS

EITHER

OR

Faculty Score

(Based on interviews, portfolios, reasoning & aptitude tests etc)

University Score

(100% A-Levels)

+

  • Discretionary Intake (Up to 10% of Univ intake)
    • Based on strengths and talents, participation and achievement in academic or non-academic fields, including CCA , CIP participation and H3 grades. Independent of examination results.
subj for counting in university score
Subj for Counting in University Score
  • General Paper (GP) OR Knowledge & Inquiry (KI)
  • 3 H2 and 1 H1 Content Subjects

One must be a contrasting subject

  • Project Work (PW)
  • Mother Tongue

Mother Tongue grades (H1 MTL or ‘O’ Level HMT) may be submitted for consideration. However, MT ‘B’ results cannot earn any ‘A’ level points in the computation of the university score.

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COMPUTATION OF UNIVERSITY SCORE

OR

3H2 + 1H1 + GP + PW

(Maximum score of x points)

3H2 + 1H1 + GP + PW + MTL

(Maximum score of x + y, rebased to x points)

moe policy on s ubject combinations
MOE Policy on Subject Combinations

COMPULSORY SUBJECTS

  • General Paper OR Knowledge & Inquiry
  • Project Work
  • Mother Tongue

(Those who sat for HMT at ‘O’ level and obtained a minimum grade of D7 for the subject can choose not to take MTL at H1 level).

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MOE Policy on Subject Combinations
  • Every student offers a combination of

H1 / H2 / H3 subjects + MTL

Number of Units Offered:

Minimum (Norm): 9 + 1 (H1 MTL)

Maximum: 11 + 1 (H1 MTL)

  • At least 4 content based (H1, H2) subjects, 3 of which must be at H2 level (excluding KI) and at least 1 must be contrasting.
  • At most 2 H3 subjects
  • H1 MTL unit cannot be replaced by another content unit

(except H2 MTLL)

contrasting subjects
Contrasting Subjects
  • In general, all subjects are classified into 4 categories
  • H2 Knowledge & Inquiry is a contrasting subject for both the Sciences & Mathematics group and Humanities & Arts group.
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Contrasting Subjects
  • All students not offering H2 Knowledge & Inquiry must offer a combination of H1 & H2 subjects from both the Sciences & Mathematics group and the Humanities and Arts group
  • H1 language subjects may NOT be used as a contrasting subject

Examples of subject combinations:

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NJC Subject Combination Framework

Maximum 11 units

(H1, H2 subjects including GP/KI, PW, H1/H2 MTL)

+

1 unit

(H3 subject)

Maximum 10 units

(H1, H2 subjects including GP/KI, PW, H1/H2 MTL)

+

2 units

(H3 subjects)

  • All students with L1R5 equal or lower than the College’s cutoff point can offer the following combinations of H1, H2 and H3:

EITHER

OR

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NJC Subject Combination Framework

  • All students may not offer more than 4 H2 subjects
  • To offer the subject, must meet the pre-requisites of the subject
  • Arts students can choose at most 1 H2 and 1 H1 Science & Mathematics subjects
  • Subject to time-table constraints
  • Subject to Humanities or AEP scholarship requirements
njc subject combination framework
NJC Subject Combination Framework

Subject Combination Structures in NJC:

Recommended

  • 4H2 + GP + PW + (H1 MTL) (10 + (1) units)
  • 3H2 + 1H1+ KI + PW + (H1 MTL) (10 + (1) units)

Others

  • 3H2 + 2H1+ GP + PW + (H1 MTL) (10 + (1) units)
  • 3H2 + 1H1+ GP + PW + (H1 MTL) (9 + (1) units)
  • 3H2 + KI + PW + (H1 MTL) (9 + (1) units)

Additional combination for students taking H2 MTLL

  • 3H2 + 1H1+ GP + PW + H2 MTL (9 + 2 units)
scholarship requirements
Scholarship Requirements
  • To be eligible for PSC scholarships, a student must offer more than the norm units of subject combinations

At least 10 units

(H1, H2, H3 subjects including GP/KI, PW)

+

(1 unit)

(H1 MTL. This is not required if already met criteria at ‘O’ level HMT)

= 10 + (1) units

or 11 + (1) units

  • H3 subjects and KI are not compulsory.
njc subject combinations
NJC Subject Combinations

Normal Combinations

  • Students are advised to select a combination from the list of normal subject combinations.

Odd Combinations (Type 1)

  • Students are allowed to choose an odd combination that is not a normal combination provided it conforms to a structure allowed in NJC. We will try our best to offer your desired combination. In the event that your combination cannot be offered, we will contact you personally.

Odd Combinations (Type 2)

  • Students who wish to offer an odd combination that does not conform to a structure allowed in NJC must make a special request with the College. (For example to offer more units of H1 and H2 subjects without H3)
h1 subjects offered in njc
H1 Subjects offered in NJC
  • GP, PW, MT (Chinese/Malay/Tamil Language)
  • Mathematics & Science Subjects*: Maths*, Physics*, Chemistry*

Note that H1 Biology is not offered this year.

  • Humanities & Arts#:

Economics#, Geography#, History#,

Literature in English#,

General Studies in Chinese#

h2 subjects offered in njc
H2 Subjects offered in NJC
  • Knowledge & Inquiry% (This subject focuses on nature & construction of knowledge)
  • Maths & Science Subjects*: Maths*, Physics*, Chemistry*, Biology*
  • Humanities & Arts Subjects#:

Economics#, Geography#, History#, Art#, Music#

Literature in English#, Chinese Language & Literature#

China Studies in Chinese#

Malay Language & Literature#

Tamil Language & Literature#

h3 subjects
H3 Subjects

Conducted in NJC

MOE H3

  • Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry
  • Economics, Geography, History,
  • Literature in English, Art
  • Chinese Language & Literature,
  • Malay Language & Literature,
  • Tamil Language & Literature

NUS-A*Star-NJC H3 Science Research

  • STaR (Science Training and Research)

Conducted in NJC & HCI

  • NTU Contemporary Physics
  • NTU Numbers & Matrices

Conducted in NUS / SMU

  • All NUS / SMU H3 modules are conducted in NUS / SMU
njc subject pre requisites
NJC Subject Pre-requisites

H1 SUBJECTS

  • H1 Physics

Must have studied Physics either as Combined Science OR Pure Physics at GCE ‘O’ level and obtained at least a C6.

  • H1 Chemistry

Must have studied Chemistry either as Combined Science OR Pure Chemistry at GCE ‘O’ level and obtained at least a C6.

  • H1 Biology

Must have studied Biology either as Combined Science OR Pure Biology at GCE ‘O’ level and obtained at least a C6.

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NJC Subject Pre-requisites

H1 SUBJECTS

  • H1 General Studies in Chinese

Obtained at least B4 for Higher Chinese at GCE ‘O’ Level

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NJC Subject Pre-requisites

H2 SUBJECTS

  • H2 Physics

Recommended to be offered with H2 Maths

Not to be offered with H2 Biology

Obtained at least B3 for GCE ‘O’ Level Pure Physics OR

Obtained at least A2 for GCE ‘O’ Level Combined Science (Physics)OR

Pass selection test administered in NJC

  • H2 Chemistry

Obtained at least B3 for GCE ‘O’ Level Pure Chemistry OR

Obtained at least A2 for GCE ‘O’ Level Combined Science (Chemistry)OR

Pass selection test administered in NJC

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NJC Subject Pre-requisites

H2 SUBJECTS

  • H2 Biology

Recommended to be offered with H2 Chemistry

Not to be offered with H2 Physics

Obtained at least B3 for GCE ‘O’ Level Pure Biology

OR

Obtained at least A2 for GCE ‘O’ Level Combined Science (Biology)

OR

Pass selection test administered in NJC

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NJC Subject Pre-requisites

H2 SUBJECTS

  • H2 Mathematics

Obtained at least B4 for GCE ‘O’ Level Additional Mathematics.

OR

Pass selection test administered in NJC

Students with no Additional Mathematics background are strongly recommended to take H1 Mathematics.

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NJC Subject Pre-requisites

H2 SUBJECTS

  • H2 Knowledge & Inquiry

Must have at least A2 for GCE ‘O’ Level English

AND

Pass selection test administered in NJC

  • H2 Art

Must have studied Art at GCE ‘O’ Level and have good portfolio

AND

Pass selection test administered in NJC

  • H2 Music

Pass selection test administered in NJC

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NJC Subject Pre-requisites

H2 SUBJECTS

  • H2 China Studies in Chinese

Obtained at least B3 for Higher Chinese at GCE ‘O’ Level

  • H2 Chinese/Malay/Tamil Language and Literature

Obtained at least B3 for GCE ‘O’ Level Higher Chinese/Malay/Tamil

Students who do not meet the above requirements must sit and pass a selection test administered in NJC.

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Generally selected from Science students who have excellent performance in their Maths and Sciences.

Interested students need to sit and meet the requirements of a selection test administered in NJC.

NJC Subject Pre-requisites

Accelerated Maths Programme

selection test schedule
Selection Test Schedule

DATE : 28th January (Thursday)

Subject Teacher I/C Time Duration Venue

H2 KI Mr Benzie Dio 1230 45min LT2

H2 Art Mr Lee Pheng Guan 1630 2 hrs Art Block Lvl 3

H2 Music Mr Seow Aik Keong 1630 3hrs Music Rm

Acc Math Mr Neo Chee Peng 1630 1.5 hr LT5

Acc CM/PH Mr Marcus Yip 1845 1.5 hr LT3

H2 Maths* Ms Chan Shi Yun 1630 1.5hrs LT5 / TC15

H2 Biology* Ms Mandy Chua 1630 1.5hrs TC11

H2 Chemistry* Ms Tai Mei En 1630 1.5hrs TC12 / LT3

H2 Physics* Mrs Teai Sook Mei 1630 1.5hrs TC13 / LT3

H2 MTLL* Mr Chow Teck Seng 1630 1.5hrs TC14

* Round 2 selection tests for these subjects for students who need to take more than 1 test will start at 1845 hrs at the same venue except for H2 Math, Physics and Chemistry tests.

subject requirements for nus
Subject Requirements for NUS

MEDICINE & DENTISTRY

  • H2 Chemistry is compulsory
  • Second H2 subject can be Biology or Physics
  • At least 1 H1 contrasting subject

PHARMACY

  • H2 Chemistry & H2 Biology are compulsory
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Subject Requirements for NUS

Common/Bio/Electrical/Civil/Materials Science/Mechanical/Computer/Industrial & Systems Engineering

  • H2 Maths and H2 Physics or Chemistry

Chemical/Environmental Engineering

  • H2 Maths and H2 Chemistryand H2 Physics
subject requirements for ntu
Subject Requirements for NTU
  • Aerospace/Bio/Computer/Environmental/Electrical & Electronic/Materials/Mechanical/Civil EngineeringH2 Mathematics

AND

H2 Physics or Chemistry or Biology

AND

H1 Physics or ‘O’ level Physics or equivalent

(for students without Pass in H2 Physics)

  • Chemical & Biomolecular EngineeringH2 Maths and H2 Chemistryand ‘O’ level Physics or equivalent
subject requirements for accountancy business administration courses in nus ntu
Subject Requirements for Accountancy / Business Administration Courses in NUS/NTU
  • NTU AccountancyH1 Maths or ‘O’ level A.Maths
  • NTU BusinessH1 Maths or ‘O’ level A.Maths
  • NTU Communication StudiesAt least B4 in GP or in KI
  • NUS Business AdministrationH1 Maths or ‘O’ level A.Maths
subject requirements for nus ntu
Subject Requirements for NUS/NTU
  • NTU Psychology / EconomicsH1 Maths or ‘O’ level A.Maths
  • NUS Architecture/Industrial Design/Building/Real Estate

H1 Maths or Chemistry or Physics

useful websites
Useful Websites
  • For more information on the Subject Requirements of NUS/NTU, please visit

http://admissions.nus.edu.sg/local/BYA-prerequisites.html

http://admissions.ntu.edu.sg (Go to Undergraduate Admissions > Collaterals for Downloading > For Local Students - Academic Year 2010-11)

subject combination registration reminder
SUBJECT COMBINATION REGISTRATION REMINDER
  • All students MUST register their subject combination by 3:00pm on 29th January 2010.
  • Failure to do so will mean that you would like to be assigned a subject combination that we feel is most suitable for you based on your ‘O’ Level results.
  • You may change your subject combination before 2:00pm on 1st February in CS23. After this deadline, no more changes will be entertained.
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SUBJECT COMBINATION REGISTRATION REMINDER

REGISTRATION SCHEDULE

STUDENTS DATE TIME VENUES

JAE 29th Jan 1100 – 1500 CS23, BTYZ

1st Feb 1200 – 1400 CS23