Preparatory Courses for Secondary 1-3 | American Center for Education

Preparatory Courses for Secondary 1-3

1. Title and Origin:
• PREPARATORY COURSE FOR ADMISSION TO GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS (SECONDARY 1) (PRE-SEC-1)
• PREPARATORY COURSE FOR ADMISSION TO GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS (SECONDARY 2) (PRE-SEC-2)
• PREPARATORY COURSE FOR ADMISSION TO GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS (SECONDARY 3) (PRE-SEC-3)
• American Center for Education


2. Program Summary:

The preparatory course is designed to help the foreign students who plan to enrol to government secondary schools in Singapore.

The students will get familiar with the Singapore School Examination System from the study in this course.

The course study material is based on the syllabus provided by Singapore MOE.
(Please refer to: http://www.moe.gov.sg/education/syllabuses/sciences/
and http://www.moe.gov.sg/education/syllabuses/english-language-and-literature/)

After the completion of this course, the students are supposed to be able to take the Admissions Exercise for International Students (AEIS) provided by Singapore MOE.



3. Entry Requirements:
Program Level Minimum Age English Requirements Academic Requirements
For Secondary 1 11 English at Primary 5 Level or Equivalent Completed at least Primary 5 or Equivalent
For Secondary 2 12 English at Primary 6 Level or Equivalent Completed at least Primary 6 or Equivalent
For Secondary 3 13 English at Secondary 1 Level or Equivalent Completed at least Secondary 1 or Equivalent


4. Total Course Duration/Instruction Hours:
• Full Time: 6 Months/400 hours, 5 sessions per week x 5 hours



5. Mode of Delivery, Class Size and Intake:
Delivery:Lectures and Tutorials (Face to face)
Class Size:Minimum Six (6) - Maximum Forty (40)
Intake:Mar, May, Jul, Sep and Nov of each year *Note: The course intake months might be adjusted.


6. Course Fees:


7. Course Synopses and Module Syllabus:
Click here to check the Course Synopses and Module Syllabus.

  1. • 1. English
  2. • 2. Mathematics


8. Graduation Requirement
• Complete the study of the selected modules



9. Assessment Methods:
• Assignment (Homework, Quizzes, Group work & etc)
• Mid-Term Examination
• Final Examination



10. Lecturers:
Please refer to this page for the relevant lecturers being assigned to the relevant modules.


If you need any extra information about this course, please click here to write to ACE course consultants.


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