What are the odds of getting into university from polytechnic?

In the past, only about 20 per cent of polytechnic graduates got a place in the local universities. The good news is that, in recent years, with the expansion of university places, many more polytechnic graduates now make it to the local universities. When the Government announced the expansion of university places in 2012, only … Read more

What is a good GPA in Temasek Polytechnic?

A good GPA (Grade Point Average) in Temasek Polytechnic, like in most educational institutions, is typically considered to be around 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale. However, what is considered a “good” GPA can vary based on factors such as the competitiveness of the program, the academic standards of the institution, and the specific … Read more

What is a good GPA in Ngee Ann polytechnic?

A “good” GPA in Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) can be subjective and might vary depending on your academic goals and the specific program you’re enrolled in. However, as a general guideline, a GPA (Grade Point Average) of around 3.5 and above is often considered quite good in many educational institutions, including polytechnics. A GPA of … Read more

What GPA is required for Singapore polytechnic?

Typically, polytechnics in Singapore have a range of GPA requirements for their courses. Some highly competitive courses might have higher GPA requirements, while others could be more lenient. Higher Nitec students with a minimum GPA of 2.0 are invited to apply for admission. Students (with relevant disciplines) whose GPA is >= 3.5 may apply for … Read more

How is GPA calculated in Singapore?

GPA is a term that you may pick up after entering university. Like many other universities globally, the 6 local autonomous universities here adopt a Grade Point Average scoring system, where a student’s academic performance is reflected as a number—the higher it is, the better. The GPA grading system in Singapore uses a 4-point/ 5-point … Read more