To provide students with necessary lessons and knowledge so that at the end of the programme they can understand the topics well and answer exam questions with confidence.
Awards and Grades
Candidates are graded based on his/her 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: A1, A2, B3, B4, C5, C6, D7, E8, and F9. A grade of C6 or better is considered a pass at O Level. Those who obtain a pass in one or more subjects are awarded a Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education (Ordinary Level).
JE provides the following subjects as GCE A-Level examination subjects and students are advised to study the course outline:
• General Paper
• Principles of Accounting
• English Language and Linguistics
A-Level Course is conducted in full time mode at JE. The course duration is 10 months. Commencement date of the course is normally the beginning of January every year and it ends in November of the year when student sits for the actual examination. Student passed A-Level Examinations will be awarded with a certificate issued by Ministry of Education.
JE uses the core texts, Past Year Exam papers and preparatory materials and guidance on the information on the website of Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB). For more course details and syllabus information, please refer to the official website of (SEAB). www.seab.gov.sg
Throughout the course, the students are given tutorials, monthly tests, mid-term tests and preliminary tests to let students know their academic progress and weak areas to be focused on.
TEACHER-STUDENT RATIO is 1:20
|Minimum Age||Academic qualification||Proficiency Level||Duration||Mode of delivery||Awarding Body|
|15 years||Obtained at least an overall Pass in GCE O level with a min C6 in English and Mathematics OR Overall Pass in High School Level in home country||At least a C6 at GCE O Level English or obtain 40 marks in JE Educational College Sec 4 Level English written exam||10 months||classroom-based teaching and Lab for Science Project||Ministry of Education, Singapore and University of Cambridge International Examinations|