For 2017 Joint Admissions Exercise, the following candidates are eligible to participate except those who have been successfully admitted to a Junior College (JC) / Polytechnic (Poly) through the Direct School Admission - Junior Colleges (DSA - JC) Exercise or Early Admission Exercise (EAE).
You may refer to eligibility criteria for more information. Go to Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE) webpage
Type of Bonus Points
No. of Bonus Points Available
Maximum Bonus Points Allowable
For students seeking admission to JC/Poly/ITE courses and with the following CCA grades:
Limited to a maximum of 4 Bonus Points only for these 4 sections.
Limited to a maximum of 6 Bonus Points only.
Grades of A1 - A2
Grades of B3 - C6
For students seeking admission to JC/MI courses and with grades of A1 to C6 in both their first languages (i.e. English and a Higher Mother Tongue). This is provided that these choices come before any Poly/ITE choices.
For students seeking admission to JC/MI courses and with grades of A1 to C6 in Malay/Chinese (Special Programme)(MSP/CSP) or Bahasa Indonesia (BI) as their third language. This is provided that these choices come before any Poly/ITE choices.
For students from feeder schools if they choose their affiliated Junior College course(s) as their:
o 1st choice, or
o 1st and 2nd choices.
For students who have applied for the CLEP or MLEP and have been selected for the programme.
2 Bonus Points
For CCA grade to be used for MI courses, candidates must satisfy all the requirements on English, Mother Tongue and Mathematics stated below:
For candidates eligible for a JC, Poly and/or ITE course, their CCA bonus points can be used in the computation of net aggregate for posting to JC, Poly or ITE courses. CCA grades of A1-A2 will be given 2 bonus points and grades of B3-C6 will be given 1 bonus point. For candidates eligible for an MI course, their CCA grade cannot be used to obtain bonus points in the computation of net aggregate for posting to MI courses.Go to Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE) webpage
o Form A o JAE PIN (found in your Form A) o Completed course application worksheet
o Valid SingPass o Completed course application worksheet Alternatively, you may register personally at the Ministry of Education, Customer Service Centre (MOE CSC) during the 2017 JAE registration period. Applicants are required to bring along their original identity card, original Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘O’ Level Examination certificate(s)/result slip(s) and original CCA Certificate(s).Go to Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE) webpage
For 2017 JAE, it will be based on your
If you are a School Candidate and are eligible to participate in the 2017 JAE, you will receive your Form A from your secondary school on the day of the release of the Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘O’ Level Examination results.
If you are a Singapore Citizen (SC) / Singapore Permanent Resident (SPR) who sat for the 2016 Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘O’ Level Examination as a Private Candidate and are eligible to participate in the 2017 JAE, you will receive your Form A through the mail at your residential address (based on your examination registration records) on the day of the release of the Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘O’ Level Examination results.
Go to Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE) webpage
No. The 2FA is not required for the use of JAE-IS.
The posting results of your application will be released in the first week of February. The list of Important Dates for 2017 JAE can be found here. Posting results will be released through the following modes:
Applicants who are unsuccessful in getting a place in any of their registered choices will be posted as follows:
Go to Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE) webpage
For Junior Colleges (JCs)/Millennia Institute (MI) Students who are posted to a course in a JC/MI are to report to the JC/MI on the date stipulated in the JAE Internet System (JAE-IS). Generally this will be the next working day following the release of the posting results. For Polytechnics (Poly) Students who are posted to a course in a Poly should receive an enrolment package from the Poly by end February.
Students are required to complete their online enrolment by the date stated in the enrolment package. For Institute of Technical Education (ITE) Students who are posted to a course in an ITE should receive an enrolment letter within 3 working days upon the release of the posting results.
Students are required to accept their course offer online at ITE website by the date stated in the letter. For students who are not posted to any course Students who are not posted to any course may approach the institution directly to appeal after the release of the JAE posting results.
Please refer to Section 3 of the JAE Information Booklet for more details.Go to Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE) webpage