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Validity : 14th November 2018 - 13th November 2020

Address: 131, Jurong Gateway Road, #04-259 Singapore 600131

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Saturday 9.00am - 1.00pm

Sunday & Public Holiday Closed

Preparatory Course for Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education (Ordinary Level)

Do you want Qualifications that can open doors around the World ? 

 O Levels are the world’s most popular international qualifications for 14 - to 16 year-old. They are your

gateway to higher education or professional studies in your home country or overseas.


   They can help you:

  • get a place at college or university at home or abroad

  • find better career opportunities

  • pass the language tests for emigrating or studying in another country

  • develop skills that help you lead a more exciting and successful life 


   Exams are offered through two main exam boards, Cambridge International Examinations and

   Pearson Edexcel. Your school may already use a particular board.


   Please note:

   - If you take an exam with Cambridge International Examination, you will be studying for an IGCSE or O Level. 

   - If you take an exam with Pearson Edexcel, you will be studying for an International GCSE.


   Examined subjects taken in English and international languages are set and marked by the University of                 Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate (UCLES), with the standards and grading for the subjects determined     by SEAB and MOE in consultation with the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE), a subsidiary of UCLES.       Localised subjects, including Mother Tongue subjects such as Chinese, Malay and Tamil and Combined                   Humanities (Social Studies) are set, marked and graded locally by the Singapore Ministry of Education(MOE).

   After the examination, standard papers (excluding the specified localised papers) are sent to Cambridge                 International Examinations (CIE) board (in Britain) for marking. For localised papers, the personal details of the     student are omitted with the use of the Integrated Examination System where bar-code labels are used. Local       teachers would not be able to recognise scripts from students of his or her own school as the candidates'             names are neither written on the papers nor printed on the labels, hence preventing malpractice of teachers.


   Candidates are graded based on their performance relative to the cohort. A grade in one GCE exam subject is       a number with an accompanying letter.


   In descending order, the grades are:

   A (1,2), B (3,4), C (5,6), D7, E8, and F9. A grade of C6 or better is considered an O-level pass.

   Obtaining a pass in one or more subjects will lead to a Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education       (Ordinary Level). Candidates whose subject(s) are denoted as 'Absent' - should they be absent from any                 component(s) for the subject - will not have the subject listed on the certificate; this is likewise for those who         obtain a Grade 9, though it will appear on the result slip.


   The grades of six or five subjects (depending on the scoring system used) taken are added to give an                       aggregate score known as L1R5 (one language subject and five relevant subjects), or EL1R2B2, which is a                 separate aggregate scoring system used for polytechnic admission. The score is calculated by adding up the         numeral of each grade. For example, a candidate who scores a grade of A1 in six subjects will have an L1R5           score of six.


    The objective of the programme is to prepare the students to sit for the GCE"O" Level examination in the                 following subject :-

    Syllabus 1128 English 

    Syllabus 1160 Chinese

    Syllabus 2204 Combined Humanities

    Syllabus 4016 Mathematics

    Syllabus 4048 Mathematics (Revised)

    Syllabus 7175 Principles of Accounts

    Qualification to be awarded upon course completion:

    The student has to register for the GCE ‘O’ Level examination on his own. Upon passing the                                        examination, he/she will be awarded the GCE ‘O’ Level certificate.

   Qualification to be awarded by:

    University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate (UCLES) and Singapore Ministry of Education (MOE).


    Full/Part Time 108 hours per subject (Maximum 5 subjects)