Can the new PSLE scoring system really help every child strive in our education system? Andrew Kang, a former Ministry of Education (MOE) Vice-Principal weighs in.
Under the new PSLE scoring system, students need not have perfect scores to get into top secondary schools of their choice.
Students will no longer be need to achieve perfect scores to get into top secondary schools, under the new PSLE scoring system.
This merger is being done due to declining birth rates and changing demographics in housing estates.
The idea was first conceptualised by Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, and has since been used to increase efficiency.
"The impact on their socio-emotional and mental well-being will be serious" said the Minister, in keeping children at home for long periods of time.
“It’s not easy and it’s not perfect, but we are tapping on our collective efforts to get this to work during such exceptional times,” said Education Minister Ong Ye Kung.
Parents, make an informed choice with these PSLE cut-off scores as a guide!
MOE has announced that the 2019 Secondary 1 Posting results will be released on 20 December 2019. Find out more information here.
The much-awaited PSLE results will be released on Thursday, 21 November 2019 from 11 am. Find out more information about the posting exercise here.
Education Minister Ong Ye Kung has announced that, "Streaming in secondary school will be phased out. By 2024, full subject-based banding will be implemented nationwide."
Parents, here are the top secondary schools in Singapore 2018, based on their PSLE cut-off points (COP) for 2017. Check it out!