Junior College (Joint Admissions Exercise)
The Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE) is an annual exercise conducted by the Ministry of Education (MOE). It allows holders of the Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘O’ Level results to apply for admission to courses offered in the junior colleges (JC), centralised institute (CI), polytechnics (Poly) and Institute of Technical Education (ITE). The JAE usually takes place in January, after students receive their GCE ‘O’ level examinations results. JAE application is done through the internet. Students admitted to our College under this exercise will secure a place in our JC1 cohort.
For more information on JAE, please refer to MOE JAE Website.
JAE Appeal for Admission to 2-year NJC Programme in AY2020
The application window will be opened from 13 January 2020, 5pm, and closed on the day of the release of the JAE posting results, 1pm.
* Please be aware that school admissions are based on objective and transparent measures of academic merit, i.e. L1R5 aggregate score. Appeals that take place after the JAE will be aligned to these principles, in order to be fair to the other admitted students.
To appeal for admission to National Junior College, please click here. Please note that we no longer accept hard copy application forms.
Please note that if you did not upload your GCE “O” Level results slip and other relevant documents in the online form, please submit the softcopy documents to firstname.lastname@example.org by the day of release of the JAE posting results, 1 pm.
You may be called up for auditions, trials or interviews by the respective teachers-in-charge.
Only successful applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application through a phone call, latest by 5 February 2020, 12 noon.
You are required to bring along your original GCE “O” Level results slip and Form A for verification.
All applicants are required to report to the college that they are posted to by the Ministry of Education pending the outcome of their application to National Junior College.
*Please be aware that school admissions are based on objective and transparent measures of academic merit, i.e. L1R5 aggregate score. Appeals that take place after the JAE will be aligned to these principles, in order to be fair to all applicants.