2023 PSLE AL Score & Cut-Off Point for Secondary Schools in Singapore

psle cut off point year 2023 2024 for secondary schools

PSLE Cut-Off point for secondary school 2023

PSLE Cut Off Point Table – 2023

Name2023 COP2022 COP2021 COPDelta
Methodist Girls' School (Secondary) IP676-1
Raffles Girls' School (Secondary) IP6660
Raffles Institution IP6660
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) IP7770
CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls' School IP7770
Hwa Chong Institution IP7770
Nanyang Girls' High School IP7770
National Junior College IP7770
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)8890
Catholic High School IP8880
Cedar Girls' Secondary School IP8880
CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls' School898-1
Dunman High School IP8880
Methodist Girls' School (Secondary)8880
Singapore Chinese Girls' School8890
Singapore Chinese Girls' School IP8880
St. Joseph's Institution IP8880
Victoria School IP8880
Catholic High School9990
Cedar Girls' Secondary School9990
River Valley High School IP9990
Temasek Junior College IP9891
Anderson Secondary School1010100
Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road)1010110
Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary)1010110
Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Secondary School101213-2
St. Andrew's Secondary School1010100
St. Joseph's Institution1010100
Victoria School10991
CHIJ Secondary (Toa Payoh)1110101
Chung Cheng High School (Main)1111110
Nan Hua High School1111110
Swiss Cottage Secondary School1111110
Bukit Panjang Govt. High School1211111
Crescent Girls' School1211111
Nan Chiau High School1212110
Chung Cheng High School (Yishun)1311112
Ngee Ann Secondary School1312121
Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' School (Secondary)1311112
Temasek Secondary School1313130
Yishun Town Secondary School1313130
Anglican High School1412122
CHIJ St. Joseph's Convent1414130
Clementi Town Secondary School1414140
Fuhua Secondary School1413131
Maris Stella High School1412122
Presbyterian High School1413131
St. Margaret's Secondary School1411113
Tanjong Katong Girls' School1413131
Tanjong Katong Secondary School1414140
Zhonghua Secondary School1413131
CHIJ St. Theresa's Convent1513132
Commonwealth Secondary School1512123
Dunman Secondary School1514141
Edgefield Secondary School1514141
Geylang Methodist School (Secondary)1515150
Holy Innocents' High School1515150
Kranji Secondary School1514141
Riverside Secondary School1514141
St. Hilda's Secondary School1515150
Bukit Batok Secondary School1615151
CHIJ Katong Convent1615151
Evergreen Secondary School1615151
Gan Eng Seng School1615151
Hua Yi Secondary School1616160
Jurong Secondary School1615161
St. Anthony's Canossian Secondary School1616150
Xinmin Secondary School1614142
Yusof Ishak Secondary School1617-1
Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary School1717170
Bowen Secondary School1716161
Pei Hwa Secondary School1716161
West Spring Secondary School1717170
Ang Mo Kio Secondary School1816162
Beatty Secondary School1818180
Bedok View Secondary School1818180
Christ Church Secondary School1818190
Deyi Secondary School1818170
Greendale Secondary School1818180
Hai Sing Catholic School1816162
Jurong West Secondary School1818180
Mayflower Secondary School1817171
Queensway Secondary School1817171
St. Gabriel's Secondary School1817171
Bukit View Secondary School1919190
Compassvale Secondary School1919180
Hillgrove Secondary School1919190
Kent Ridge Secondary School1918191
North Vista Secondary School1918181
Orchid Park Secondary School1919190
Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School1918171
Pasir Ris Secondary School1918181
Yuan Ching Secondary School1919190
Bedok Green Secondary School2020200
Bedok South Secondary School2020190
Jurongville Secondary School2020200
Naval Base Secondary School2020200
New Town Secondary School2020200
Peirce Secondary School2019191
Punggol Secondary School2020200
Seng Kang Secondary School2020190
Tampines Secondary School2020190
Unity Secondary School2018182
Woodgrove Secondary School2020200
Yishun Secondary School2020200
Zhenghua Secondary School2020200
Admiralty Secondary School2121200
Chua Chu Kang Secondary School210
Montfort Secondary School2121200
Woodlands Ring Secondary School2120191
Assumption English School2222220
Bartley Secondary School2222220
Bendemeer Secondary School2222220
Boon Lay Secondary School2222220
Broadrick Secondary School2222220
Bukit Merah Secondary School2222220
Canberra Secondary School2222220
Changkat Changi Secondary School2222220
Damai Secondary School2222220
Dunearn Secondary School2222220
East Spring Secondary School2222220
Fajar Secondary School2222220
Greenridge Secondary School220
Guangyang Secondary School2222210
Hougang Secondary School2220202
Junyuan Secondary School2222220
Juying Secondary School2222210
Loyang View Secondary School2222220
Manjusri Secondary School2222210
Marsiling Secondary School2222220
Meridian Secondary School2220192
Northbrooks Secondary School2222220
Northland Secondary School2222220
Outram Secondary School2222220
Peicai Secondary School2222220
Queenstown Secondary School2222220
Regent Secondary School2222210
Sembawang Secondary School2222220
Serangoon Garden Secondary School2222220
Serangoon Secondary School2221211
Springfield Secondary School2222220
Westwood Secondary School2222220
Whitley Secondary School2222220
Woodlands Secondary School2222220
Yio Chu Kang Secondary School2222210
Yuhua Secondary School2222220
Yuying Secondary School2222220
St. Patrick's School13140

The “Delta” value represents the difference between the Cut-Off Point (COP) for the year 2023 and the COP for the year 2022.

For St. Patrick’s School, the Cut-Off Point (COP) for the non-affiliated (Express/Posting Group 3) indicative range is not available on the MOE website.

Tips: The cut-off point table for Non-Affiliated (Express/Posting Group 3 stream) is interactive and sortable. You can easily rearrange the data by clicking on any column header, providing a seamless user experience similar to using a spreadsheet application like Excel.

The latest update on Singapore’s Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) AL score range for ALL secondary school is now available, specifically, this is the reference cut-off point for secondary school admissions in November, 2023.

We would like to inform our parent community that the PSLE scores presented here have been sourced from the official MOE channel, specifically the School Finder, using the PSLE score range for the year 2022. To provide further clarification, when we refer to the “2023 COP,” we are actually referring to students who will be sitting the exam in the year 2023, not the PSLE results obtained in 2023. It’s important to note that the full results range (for students sitting for 2023 PSLE) will only be published by MOE around March 2024.

Similar to previous years, it’s essential to understand that fulfilling a school’s indicative cut-off point does not guarantee admission, and this criteria can vary from one year to the next.


PSLE Cut Off Point 2023 (Express)/Posting Group 3

NameZoneAffiliatedNon-affiliated
Admiralty Secondary SchoolNorthNil14-21
Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary SchoolNorthNil12-17
Anderson Secondary SchoolNorthNil5-10
Ang Mo Kio Secondary SchoolSouthNil7-18
Anglican High SchoolEastNil6(M)-14(P)
Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road)South6-227-10
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)South7-137-8
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) IPSouthNil4-7
Assumption English SchoolWestNil14-22
Bartley Secondary SchoolSouthNil14-22
Beatty Secondary SchoolSouthNil11-18
Bedok Green Secondary SchoolEastNil15-20
Bedok South Secondary SchoolEastNil15-20
Bedok View Secondary SchoolEastNil13-18
Bendemeer Secondary SchoolSouthNil5-22
Boon Lay Secondary SchoolWestNil14-22
Bowen Secondary SchoolNorthNil11-17
Broadrick Secondary SchoolEastNil7-22
Bukit Batok Secondary SchoolWestNil12-16
Bukit Merah Secondary SchoolSouthNil12-22
Bukit Panjang Government High SchoolWestNil5-12
Bukit View Secondary SchoolWestNil13-19
Canberra Secondary SchoolNorthNil12-22
Catholic High SchoolNorth8(M)-127(D)-9(M)
Catholic High School IPNorthNil4-8(M)
Cedar Girls' Secondary SchoolEastNil5-9
Cedar Girls' Secondary School IPEastNil4-8
Changkat Changi Secondary SchoolEastNil15-22
CHIJ Katong ConventEast11-2012-16
CHIJ Secondary (Toa Payoh)South7-207-11
CHIJ St. Joseph's ConventNorth8-209-14
CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls' SchoolNorth7(M)-145-8
CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls' School IPNorthNil4(D)-7(M)
CHIJ St. Theresa's ConventSouth10-2011-15
Christ Church Secondary SchoolNorthNil12-18
Chua Chu Kang Secondary SchoolWestNil15-21
Chung Cheng High School (Main)EastNil6(M)-11
Chung Cheng High School (Yishun)NorthNil4-13
Clementi Town Secondary SchoolWestNil10-14
Commonwealth Secondary SchoolWestNil8-15
Compassvale Secondary SchoolNorthNil15-19
Crescent Girls' SchoolSouthNil6-12
Damai Secondary SchoolEastNil6-22
Deyi Secondary SchoolSouthNil11-18
Dunearn Secondary SchoolWestNil13-22
Dunman High School IPEastNil5(D)-8(M)
Dunman Secondary SchoolEastNil10-15
East Spring Secondary SchoolEastNil12-22
Edgefield Secondary SchoolNorthNil6-15
Evergreen Secondary SchoolNorthNil10-16
Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary)South8-208-10
Fajar Secondary SchoolWestNil8-22
Fuhua Secondary SchoolWestNil5-14
Gan Eng Seng SchoolSouthNil9-16
Geylang Methodist School (Secondary)East13-219-15
Greendale Secondary SchoolNorthNil11-18
Greenridge Secondary SchoolWestNil4-22
Guangyang Secondary SchoolSouthNil12-22
Hai Sing Catholic SchoolEastNil8-18
Hillgrove Secondary SchoolWestNil13-19
Holy Innocents' High SchoolSouth7-2210-15
Hougang Secondary SchoolNorthNil10-22
Hua Yi Secondary SchoolWestNil10-16
Hwa Chong Institution IPWestNil4(D)-7(M)
Junyuan Secondary SchoolEastNil13-22
Jurong Secondary SchoolWestNil7-16
Jurong West Secondary SchoolWestNil9-18
Jurongville Secondary SchoolWestNil16-20
Juying Secondary SchoolWestNil11-22
Kent Ridge Secondary SchoolSouthNil12-19
Kranji Secondary SchoolWestNil10-15
Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Secondary SchoolSouth10-208-10
Loyang View Secondary SchoolEastNil6-22
Manjusri Secondary SchoolEast17-228-22
Maris Stella High SchoolNorth8-168(P)-14(P)
Marsiling Secondary SchoolNorthNil9-22
Mayflower Secondary SchoolSouthNil14-18
Meridian Secondary SchoolEastNil15-22
Methodist Girls' School (Secondary)West7-176-8
Methodist Girls' School (Secondary) IPWestNil4-6
Montfort Secondary SchoolNorth14-2215-21
Nan Chiau High SchoolNorthNIL5(D)-12
Nan Hua High SchoolWestNil6(D)-11
Nanyang Girls' High School IPWest4(D)-8(M)4(D)-7(D)
National Junior College IPSouthNil4-7
Naval Base Secondary SchoolNorthNil13-20
New Town Secondary SchoolWestNil15-20
Ngee Ann Secondary SchoolEast10-166-13
North Vista Secondary SchoolNorthNil13-19
Northbrooks Secondary SchoolNorthNil14-22
Northland Secondary SchoolNorthNil6-22
Orchid Park Secondary SchoolNorthNil14-19
Outram Secondary SchoolSouthNil10-22
Pasir Ris Crest Secondary SchoolEastNil14-19
Pasir Ris Secondary SchoolEastNil13-19
Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' School (Secondary)East5-209-13
Pei Hwa Secondary SchoolNorthNil9-17
Peicai Secondary SchoolSouthNil13-22
Peirce Secondary SchoolSouthNil11-20
Presbyterian High SchoolSouthNil8-14
Punggol Secondary SchoolNorthNil15-20
Queenstown Secondary SchoolSouthNil6-22
Queensway Secondary SchoolSouthNil12-18
Raffles Girls' School (Secondary) IPSouthNil4-6
Raffles Institution IPSouthNil4-6
Regent Secondary SchoolWestNil8-22
River Valley High School IPWestNil4(M)-9(M)
Riverside Secondary SchoolNorthNil7-15
Sembawang Secondary SchoolNorthNil9-22
Seng Kang Secondary SchoolNorthNil13-20
Serangoon Garden Secondary SchoolSouthNil10-22
Serangoon Secondary SchoolNorthNil14-22
Singapore Chinese Girls' SchoolNorth8-177-8
Singapore Chinese Girls' School IPNorthNil5-8
Springfield Secondary SchoolEastNil14-22
St. Andrew's Secondary SchoolSouth8-229-10
St. Anthony's Canossian Secondary SchoolEast11-2212-16
St. Gabriel's Secondary SchoolSouth14-2211-18
St. Hilda's Secondary SchoolEast12-2212-15
St. Joseph's InstitutionSouth8-127-10
St. Joseph's Institution IPSouthNil4-8
St. Margaret's Secondary SchoolSouth9-206-14
St. Patrick's SchoolEast13-20Nil
Swiss Cottage Secondary SchoolWestNil6-11
Tampines Secondary SchoolEastNil10-20
Tanjong Katong Girls' SchoolEastNil8-14
Tanjong Katong Secondary SchoolEastNil9-14
Teck Whye Secondary SchoolWestNil6-22
Temasek Junior College IPEastNil5-9
Temasek Secondary SchoolEastNil6-13
Unity Secondary SchoolWestNil12-20
Victoria SchoolEastNil7-10
Victoria School IPEastNil5-8
West Spring Secondary SchoolWestNil8-17
Westwood Secondary SchoolWestNil13-22
Whitley Secondary SchoolSouthNil8-22
Woodgrove Secondary SchoolNorthNil13-20
Woodlands Ring Secondary SchoolNorthNil15-21
Woodlands Secondary SchoolNorthNil11-22
Xinmin Secondary SchoolNorthNil8-16
Yio Chu Kang Secondary SchoolSouthNil13-22
Yishun Secondary SchoolNorthNil15-20
Yishun Town Secondary SchoolNorthNil8-13
Yuan Ching Secondary SchoolWestNil14-19
Yuhua Secondary SchoolWestNil15-22
Yusof Ishak Secondary SchoolEastNil9-16
Yuying Secondary SchoolSouthNil12-22
Zhenghua Secondary SchoolWestNil10-20
Zhonghua Secondary SchoolSouthNil6-14

Tips: The cut-off point table (Express stream /Posting Group 3) is interactive and sortable. You can easily rearrange the data by clicking on any column header, providing a seamless user experience similar to using a spreadsheet application like Excel.


PSLE Cut Off Point 2023 Normal (Academic)(NA)/Posting Group 2

NameZoneAffiliatedNon-affiliated
Admiralty Secondary SchoolNorthNil22-25
Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-24
Anderson Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-22
Ang Mo Kio Secondary SchoolSouthNil21-24
Anglican High SchoolEastNilNil
Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road)South21-2521-21
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)SouthNilNil
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) IPSouthNilNil
Assumption English SchoolWestNil21-25
Bartley Secondary SchoolSouthNil21-25
Beatty Secondary SchoolSouthNil21-24
Bedok Green Secondary SchoolEastNil21-25
Bedok South Secondary SchoolEastNil21-25
Bedok View Secondary SchoolEastNil21-25
Bendemeer Secondary SchoolSouthNil23-25
Boon Lay Secondary SchoolWestNil21-25
Bowen Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-23
Broadrick Secondary SchoolEastNil22-25
Bukit Batok Secondary SchoolWestNil21-24
Bukit Merah Secondary SchoolSouthNil22-25
Bukit Panjang Government High SchoolWestNil21-22
Bukit View Secondary SchoolWestNil21-25
Canberra Secondary SchoolNorthNil22-25
Catholic High SchoolNorthNilNil
Catholic High School IPNorthNilNil
Cedar Girls' Secondary SchoolEastNilNil
Cedar Girls' Secondary School IPEastNilNil
Changkat Changi Secondary SchoolEastNil22-25
CHIJ Katong ConventEast21-2521-24
CHIJ Secondary (Toa Payoh)South21-2521-22
CHIJ St. Joseph's ConventNorth21-2521-22
CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls' SchoolNorthNilNil
CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls' School IPNorthNilNil
CHIJ St. Theresa's ConventSouth21-2521-23
Christ Church Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-24
Chua Chu Kang Secondary SchoolWestNil21-25
Chung Cheng High School (Main)EastNilNil
Chung Cheng High School (Yishun)NorthNil21-22
Clementi Town Secondary SchoolWestNil21-23
Commonwealth Secondary SchoolWestNil21-23
Compassvale Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-24
Crescent Girls' SchoolSouthNilNil
Damai Secondary SchoolEastNil21-25
Deyi Secondary SchoolSouthNil21-25
Dunearn Secondary SchoolWestNil22-25
Dunman High School IPEastNilNil
Dunman Secondary SchoolEastNil21-23
East Spring Secondary SchoolEastNil21-25
Edgefield Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-22
Evergreen Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-23
Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary)South21-2421-21
Fajar Secondary SchoolWestNil21-25
Fuhua Secondary SchoolWestNil21-23
Gan Eng Seng SchoolSouthNil21-24
Geylang Methodist School (Secondary)East22-2521-23
Greendale Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-23
Greenridge Secondary SchoolWestNil22-25
Guangyang Secondary SchoolSouthNil22-25
Hai Sing Catholic SchoolEastNil21-24
Hillgrove Secondary SchoolWestNil21-25
Holy Innocents' High SchoolSouth22-2521-23
Hougang Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-24
Hua Yi Secondary SchoolWestNil21-23
Hwa Chong Institution IPWestNilNil
Junyuan Secondary SchoolEastNil21-25
Jurong Secondary SchoolWestNil21-24
Jurong West Secondary SchoolWestNil21-24
Jurongville Secondary SchoolWestNil22-25
Juying Secondary SchoolWestNil21-25
Kent Ridge Secondary SchoolSouthNil21-24
Kranji Secondary SchoolWestNil21-23
Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Secondary SchoolSouth21-2521-23
Loyang View Secondary SchoolEastNil21-25
Manjusri Secondary SchoolEast23-2521-25
Maris Stella High SchoolNorthNilNil
Marsiling Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-25
Mayflower Secondary SchoolSouthNil21-24
Meridian Secondary SchoolEastNil21-24
Methodist Girls' School (Secondary)WestNilNil
Methodist Girls' School (Secondary) IPWestNilNil
Montfort Secondary SchoolNorth23-2522-25
Nan Chiau High SchoolNorthNilNil
Nan Hua High SchoolWestNilNil
Nanyang Girls' High School IPWestNilNil
National Junior College IPSouthNilNil
Naval Base Secondary SchoolNorthNil22-24
New Town Secondary SchoolWestNil21-25
Ngee Ann Secondary SchoolEast21-2521-21
North Vista Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-24
Northbrooks Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-25
Northland Secondary SchoolNorthNil22-25
Orchid Park Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-24
Outram Secondary SchoolSouthNil22-25
Pasir Ris Crest Secondary SchoolEastNil21-24
Pasir Ris Secondary SchoolEastNil21-24
Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' School (Secondary)East21-2521-23
Pei Hwa Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-23
Peicai Secondary SchoolSouthNil23-25
Peirce Secondary SchoolSouthNil22-25
Presbyterian High SchoolSouthNil21-23
Punggol Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-24
Queenstown Secondary SchoolSouthNil21-25
Queensway Secondary SchoolSouthNil21-24
Raffles Girls' School (Secondary) IPSouthNilNil
Raffles Institution IPSouthNilNil
Regent Secondary SchoolWestNil22-25
River Valley High School IPWestNilNil
Riverside Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-23
Sembawang Secondary SchoolNorthNil23-25
Seng Kang Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-24
Serangoon Garden Secondary SchoolSouthNil23-25
Serangoon Secondary SchoolNorthNil22-24
Singapore Chinese Girls' SchoolNorthNilNil
Singapore Chinese Girls' School IPNorthNilNil
Springfield Secondary SchoolEastNil22-25
St. Andrew's Secondary SchoolSouth21-2521-22
St. Anthony's Canossian Secondary SchoolEast21-2521-24
St. Gabriel's Secondary SchoolSouth22-2521-24
St. Hilda's Secondary SchoolEast22-2521-23
St. Joseph's InstitutionSouthNilNil
St. Joseph's Institution IPSouthNilNil
St. Margaret's Secondary SchoolSouth21-2521-22
St. Patrick's SchoolEast21-2521-23
Swiss Cottage Secondary SchoolWestNil21-22
Tampines Secondary SchoolEastNil21-24
Tanjong Katong Girls' SchoolEastNilNil
Tanjong Katong Secondary SchoolEastNilNil
Teck Whye Secondary SchoolWestNil21-25
Temasek Junior College IPEastNilNil
Temasek Secondary SchoolEastNil21-22
Unity Secondary SchoolWestNil22-24
Victoria SchoolEastNilNil
Victoria School IPEastNilNil
West Spring Secondary SchoolWestNil21-23
Westwood Secondary SchoolWestNil22-25
Whitley Secondary SchoolSouthNil23-25
Woodgrove Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-24
Woodlands Ring Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-25
Woodlands Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-25
Xinmin Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-23
Yio Chu Kang Secondary SchoolSouthNil23-25
Yishun Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-24
Yishun Town Secondary SchoolNorthNil21-22
Yuan Ching Secondary SchoolWestNil21-25
Yuhua Secondary SchoolWestNil21-25
Yusof Ishak Secondary SchoolEastNil21-22
Yuying Secondary SchoolSouthNil23-25
Zhenghua Secondary SchoolWestNil21-24
Zhonghua Secondary SchoolSouthNil21-23

Tips: The cut-off point table (Normal Academic stream/Posting Group 2) is interactive and sortable. You can easily rearrange the data by clicking on any column header, providing a seamless user experience similar to using a spreadsheet application like Excel.


PSLE Cut Off Point 2023 Normal (Technical)(NT)/Posting Group 1

NameZoneAffiliatedNon-affiliated
Admiralty Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-28
Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-28
Anderson Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-26
Ang Mo Kio Secondary SchoolSouthNil25-28
Anglican High SchoolEastNilNil
Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road)South25-2725-28
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)SouthNilNil
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) IPSouthNilNil
Assumption English SchoolWestNil25-30
Bartley Secondary SchoolSouthNil26-29
Beatty Secondary SchoolSouthNil25-28
Bedok Green Secondary SchoolEastNil25-27
Bedok South Secondary SchoolEastNil25-28
Bedok View Secondary SchoolEastNil26-30
Bendemeer Secondary SchoolSouthNil25-29
Boon Lay Secondary SchoolWestNil25-30
Bowen Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-28
Broadrick Secondary SchoolEastNil26-30
Bukit Batok Secondary SchoolWestNil25-28
Bukit Merah Secondary SchoolSouthNil26-28
Bukit Panjang Government High SchoolWestNil25-26
Bukit View Secondary SchoolWestNil25-30
Canberra Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-30
Catholic High SchoolNorthNilNil
Catholic High School IPNorthNilNil
Cedar Girls' Secondary SchoolEastNilNil
Cedar Girls' Secondary School IPEastNilNil
Changkat Changi Secondary SchoolEastNil26-30
CHIJ Katong ConventEast26-2725-30
CHIJ Secondary (Toa Payoh)South25-2825-27
CHIJ St. Joseph's ConventNorth25-2825-26
CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls' SchoolNorthNilNil
CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls' School IPNorthNilNil
CHIJ St. Theresa's ConventSouth26-2925-30
Christ Church Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-30
Chua Chu Kang Secondary SchoolWestNil26-28
Chung Cheng High School (Main)EastNilNil
Chung Cheng High School (Yishun)NorthNil25-27
Clementi Town Secondary SchoolWestNil25-27
Commonwealth Secondary SchoolWestNil25-27
Compassvale Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-27
Crescent Girls' SchoolSouthNilNil
Damai Secondary SchoolEastNil25-30
Deyi Secondary SchoolSouthNil26-30
Dunearn Secondary SchoolWestNil26-30
Dunman High School IPEastNilNil
Dunman Secondary SchoolEastNil25-27
East Spring Secondary SchoolEastNil26-28
Edgefield Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-27
Evergreen Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-30
Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary)South25-2825-26
Fajar Secondary SchoolWestNil25-30
Fuhua Secondary SchoolWestNil25-28
Gan Eng Seng SchoolSouthNil25-27
Geylang Methodist School (Secondary)East25-2825-26
Greendale Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-27
Greenridge Secondary SchoolWestNil25-28
Guangyang Secondary SchoolSouthNil26-30
Hai Sing Catholic SchoolEastNil25-28
Hillgrove Secondary SchoolWestNil25-28
Holy Innocents' High SchoolSouth26-2825-27
Hougang Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-30
Hua Yi Secondary SchoolWestNil25-26
Hwa Chong Institution IPWestNilNil
Junyuan Secondary SchoolEastNil25-28
Jurong Secondary SchoolWestNil25-28
Jurong West Secondary SchoolWestNil25-27
Jurongville Secondary SchoolWestNil25-28
Juying Secondary SchoolWestNil25-30
Kent Ridge Secondary SchoolSouthNil25-28
Kranji Secondary SchoolWestNil25-27
Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Secondary SchoolSouth26-2826-30
Loyang View Secondary SchoolEastNil26-30
Manjusri Secondary SchoolEast27-2826-30
Maris Stella High SchoolNorthNilNil
Marsiling Secondary SchoolNorthNil26-30
Mayflower Secondary SchoolSouthNil25-30
Meridian Secondary SchoolEastNil25-28
Methodist Girls' School (Secondary)WestNilNil
Methodist Girls' School (Secondary) IPWestNilNil
Montfort Secondary SchoolNorth26-2626-29
Nan Chiau High SchoolNorthNilNil
Nan Hua High SchoolWestNilNil
Nanyang Girls' High School IPWestNilNil
National Junior College IPSouthNilNil
Naval Base Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-28
New Town Secondary SchoolWestNil26-30
Ngee Ann Secondary SchoolEast26-2825-26
North Vista Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-28
Northbrooks Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-27
Northland Secondary SchoolNorthNil26-28
Orchid Park Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-27
Outram Secondary SchoolSouthNil26-30
Pasir Ris Crest Secondary SchoolEastNil25-28
Pasir Ris Secondary SchoolEastNil26-28
Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' School (Secondary)East26-2825-30
Pei Hwa Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-26
Peicai Secondary SchoolSouthNil26-30
Peirce Secondary SchoolSouthNil25-30
Presbyterian High SchoolSouthNil25-28
Punggol Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-27
Queenstown Secondary SchoolSouthNil26-28
Queensway Secondary SchoolSouthNil25-27
Raffles Girls' School (Secondary) IPSouthNilNil
Raffles Institution IPSouthNilNil
Regent Secondary SchoolWestNil26-30
River Valley High School IPWestNilNil
Riverside Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-28
Sembawang Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-30
Seng Kang Secondary SchoolNorthNIL25-28
Serangoon Garden Secondary SchoolSouthNil26-29
Serangoon Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-28
Singapore Chinese Girls' SchoolNorthNilNil
Singapore Chinese Girls' School IPNorthNilNil
Springfield Secondary SchoolEastNil26-30
St. Andrew's Secondary SchoolSouth25-2925-26
St. Anthony's Canossian Secondary SchoolEast26-2825-30
St. Gabriel's Secondary SchoolSouth26-2926-29
St. Hilda's Secondary SchoolEast26-2825-28
St. Joseph's InstitutionSouthNilNil
St. Joseph's Institution IPSouthNilNil
St. Margaret's Secondary SchoolSouth26-2925-30
St. Patrick's SchoolEast25-2925-26
Swiss Cottage Secondary SchoolWestNil25-26
Tampines Secondary SchoolEastNil25-28
Tanjong Katong Girls' SchoolEastNilNil
Tanjong Katong Secondary SchoolEastNilNil
Teck Whye Secondary SchoolWestNil25-29
Temasek Junior College IPEastNilNil
Temasek Secondary SchoolEastNil25-26
Unity Secondary SchoolWestNil25-28
Victoria SchoolEastNilNil
Victoria School IPEastNilNil
West Spring Secondary SchoolWestNil25-27
Westwood Secondary SchoolWestNil26-30
Whitley Secondary SchoolSouthNil26-30
Woodgrove Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-28
Woodlands Ring Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-30
Woodlands Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-30
Xinmin Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-27
Yio Chu Kang Secondary SchoolSouthNil25-30
Yishun Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-28
Yishun Town Secondary SchoolNorthNil25-27
Yuan Ching Secondary SchoolWestNil26-29
Yuhua Secondary SchoolWestNil26-30
Yusof Ishak Secondary SchoolEastNil25-26
Yuying Secondary SchoolSouthNil26-29
Zhenghua Secondary SchoolWestNil25-27
Zhonghua Secondary SchoolSouthNil25-28

Tips: The cut-off point table (Normal Technical stream/Posting Group 1) is interactive and sortable. You can easily rearrange the data by clicking on any column header, providing a seamless user experience similar to using a spreadsheet application like Excel.


PSLE Cut Off Point 2023 IP

NameZoneAffiliatedNon-affiliated
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) IPSouthNil4-7
Catholic High School IPNorthNil4-8(M)
Cedar Girls' Secondary School IPEastNil4-8
CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls' School IPNorthNil4(D)-7(M)
Dunman High School IPEastNil5(D)-8(M)
Hwa Chong Institution IPWestNil4(D)-7(M)
Methodist Girls' School (Secondary) IPWestNil4-6
Nanyang Girls' High School IPWest4(D)-8(M)4(D)-7(D)
National Junior College IPSouthNil4-7
Raffles Girls' School (Secondary) IPSouthNil4-6
Raffles Institution IPSouthNil4-6
River Valley High School IPWestNil4(M)-9(M)
Singapore Chinese Girls' School IPNorthNil5-8
St. Joseph's Institution IPSouthNil4-8
Temasek Junior College IPEastNil5-9
Victoria School IPEastNil5-8

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Analysis of the Secondary School Cut Off Points for IP, Express and Normal (2023)

As we review the AL points of the previous year’s Secondary School Cut-Off Points (COP), we were intrigued by the unexpected shifts observed in COP for selected schools. It was remarkable to see two particular schools experiencing a significant 3-point increase from the previous year. These changes have set the stage for an exciting year ahead, and we anticipate even more surprises in store for the 2024 Secondary School Cut-Off Points. Additionally, there will be a significant change in the categorization of streams for the 2024 Cut-Off Points (COP). The traditional Express, Normal (Academic), and Normal Technical streams will no longer exist. Instead, they will be replaced by new classifications: G3, G2, and G1, known as Full Subject-Based Banding (Full SBB). As these dynamics continue to evolve, it is crucial to approach our guide with the understanding that the educational landscape is subject to change. Stay tuned as we navigate the exciting journey of discovering the latest trends and updates in COP for the upcoming academic year.


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PSLE cut off point table 2023

Observations:

Raised by 1 AL Point: (Easier to qualify for admission compare to last year)

Bowen Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Bukit Batok Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Bukit Panjang Govt. High School – Raised By 1 AL Point
CHIJ Katong Convent – Raised By 1 AL Point
CHIJ Secondary (Toa Payoh) – Raised By 1 AL Point
Crescent Girls’ School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Dunman Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Edgefield Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Evergreen Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Fuhua Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Gan Eng Seng School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Jurong Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Kent Ridge Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Kranji Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Mayflower Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Ngee Ann Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
North Vista Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Pasir Ris Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Pei Hwa Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Peirce Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Presbyterian High School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Queensway Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Riverside Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Serangoon Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
St. Gabriel’s Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Tanjong Katong Girls’ School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Temasek Junior College IP – Raised By 1 AL Point
Victoria School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Woodlands Ring Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point
Zhonghua Secondary School – Raised By 1 AL Point

Raised by 2 AL Points: (Even easier to qualify for admission)

Ang Mo Kio Secondary School – Raised By 2 AL Point
Anglican High School – Raised By 2 AL Point
CHIJ St. Theresa’s Convent – Raised By 2 AL Point
Chung Cheng High School (Yishun) – Raised By 2 AL Point
Hai Sing Catholic School – Raised By 2 AL Point
Hougang Secondary School – Raised By 2 AL Point
Maris Stella High School – Raised By 2 AL Point
Meridian Secondary School – Raised By 2 AL Point
Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary) – Raised By 2 AL Point
Unity Secondary School – Raised By 2 AL Point
Xinmin Secondary School – Raised By 2 AL Point

Raised by 3 AL Points: (Surprisingly easier to qualify for admission compared to last year)

Commonwealth Secondary School – Raised By 3 AL Point
St. Margaret’s Secondary School – Raised By 3 AL Point

Reduced by 1 AL Point (Slightly more challenging to enter)

CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls’ School – Reduced By 1 AL Point
Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary) IP – Reduced By 1 AL Point
Yusof Ishak Secondary School – Reduced By 1 AL Point

Reduced by 2 AL Points (Considerably more challenging to enter)

Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Secondary School – Reduced By 2 AL Point

Full Subject Based Banding

The Ministry of Education (MOE) has made changes to the secondary school streams starting from 2024. The Express, Normal (Academic) [N(A)], and Normal (Technical) [N(T)] streams will be removed.

Under the new system, students will be posted to secondary schools based on three Posting Groups: Posting Groups 1, 2, and 3. The PSLE score ranges for these groups will be mapped from the existing N(T), N(A), and Express streams, respectively. The Posting Groups will be used solely for the purpose of admitting students to secondary school and to guide their initial subject levels in Secondary One.

The use of Posting Groups in Full SBB represents a significant departure from the current stream-based system, signaling a transition to a more adaptable and personalized approach. Posting Groups are solely utilized for admitting students to secondary schools and determining their initial subject levels at the start of Secondary One. Once enrolled, students will be placed in mixed form classes with peers from various Posting Groups. Approximately one-third of their curriculum time will be dedicated to taking common subjects together, such as Art, Character and Citizenship Education (CCE), Design and Technology (D&T), Food and Consumer Education (FCE), Music, and Physical Education (PE).

With Full SBB, eligible students will enjoy greater flexibility in selecting subjects at different levels based on their individual strengths and learning needs. They will also have access to a wider range of subject offerings and programs. Although the three Posting Groups align with the PSLE Score ranges of the existing N(T), N(A), and Express streams, they will not restrict students’ secondary and post-secondary experiences or pathways, unlike the current academic streams.

The implementation of three Posting Groups ensures that schools remain inclusive and diverse, accommodating students with varying learning profiles. It also provides opportunities for students to interact with peers of different interests and backgrounds.

Mixed form classes

Once students enter secondary school, they will be grouped into mixed form classes comprising students from different Posting Groups and will have opportunities to interact and learn with peers of different backgrounds, strengths, and interests.

PSLE ScorePosting GroupSubject level for most subjects
4-203G3
21 and 222 or 3G2 or G3
23 and 242G2
251 or 2G1 or G2
26-30 (with AL7 in EL and MA)1G1

More information regarding full sbb: https://www.moe.gov.sg/microsites/psle-fsbb/full-subject-based-banding/faq.html
Straitstimes : https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/education/will-there-still-be-secondary-five-and-other-questions-answere-as-streaming-is

PSLE Scoring System for 2023: What You Need to Know

At AspirerTutor.com, we fully recognize the significance of the PSLE scoring system and its profound impact on your child’s educational journey. In this comprehensive article, we will explore the essential details of the 2023 PSLE AL score cut-off point, with a specific focus on the secondary school “delta.” The “delta” represents the comparison between the current year (2023) and the previous year (2022) AL cut off point. By examining this “delta,” we can analyze the adjustments made by schools to their AL cut-off points, whether they have lowered them or raised the entry requirements. This information will provide valuable insights for parents and students alike.

At AspirerTutor.com, we understand the significance of offering accurate and up-to-date information to assist parents and students in making informed decisions. While we strive to provide the most accurate data, it is important to note that there may be slight variations or changes. For precise and official information regarding each school’s cut-off points, we recommend referring to the official Ministry of Education (MOE) website. It is the definitive source for the latest and most reliable information.
Official MOE School Finder website link: https://www.moe.gov.sg/schoolfinder

PSLE Achievement Level explanation (AL Score):

Previously, we provided a comprehensive overview of the PSLE Achievement Level (AL) scoring system. Let’s revisit the key points. The PSLE Achievement Level (AL) scoring system is used to evaluate students’ performance at the end of their six years of primary education. Each subject is assigned an AL points ranging from AL1 to AL8. These scores are then aggregated, with the highest possible score being 4 (representing AL1 for all four subjects) and the lowest possible score being 32 (representing AL8 for all four subjects). The AL points reflect the students’ overall performance in English, Mathematics, Science, and Mother Tongue. The PSLE AL points play a crucial role in determining the secondary schools that students are eligible to apply for. Students with lower total AL points enjoy a wider range of school options.

ALMark Range
1≥ 90
285-89
380-84
475-79
565-74
645-64
720-44
8<20

Tie-break in the PSLE score

The PSLE achievement level score brings about a fair and transparent process for student admissions. In cases where two pupils achieve the same score and compete for the last available spot in a school, tie-breakers are implemented to ensure a smooth allocation process. Firstly, priority is given based on citizenship, with Singaporean citizens having the highest preference. This means that Singaporean students will be admitted before Singapore permanent residents and international students. The next tie-breaker considers the pupil’s list of school choices, giving priority to those who have ranked the school higher on their preference list. (Make sure you have arranged your school of choices in correct order). If the tie persists even after considering these factors, computerised balloting is utilized to determine the final allocation.

What is the PSLE Cut OFF Point?

The score of the last pupil admitted in the previous year serves as the school’s cut-off point (COP). The cut-off points could be ranged from 6 to 30. While the score ranges may fluctuate annually based on a cohort’s PSLE results, we observed that the indicative PSLE score ranges have remained relatively stable in recent years, with fluctuations typically limited to 1 to 3 AL. 

PSLE cut off point 2023

What is SAP School?

SAP, an acronym for Special Assistance Plan, represents a specialized educational program tailored for students who excel in their mother tongue (Chinese). These exceptional institutions are widely recognized as SAP schools.

Though commonly referred to as Chinese Schools, it is important to note that SAP schools exclusively focus on Chinese language education, omitting offerings in Malay or Tamil. Consequently, SAP caters to students who demonstrate proficiency in both English and Chinese. (Bilingual)

What sets SAP schools apart is the augmented support they receive from the Singaporean government. This enhanced funding facilitates a more comprehensive learning experience, encompassing not only the mastery of the (Chinese) mother tongue but also an appreciation for (Chinese) culture. With increased resources at their disposal, SAP schools can procure additional educational materials and organize enriching activities, such as calligraphy classes.

In essence, SAP schools enjoy a distinct advantage due to their heightened resources. As a result, they consistently emerge as premier educational institutions in Singapore, renowned for their academic excellence.

Moreover, SAP schools provide students with an unparalleled opportunity to develop their bilingual abilities. By incorporating Mandarin as the medium of instruction for select subjects, students further hone their language proficiency, unlocking the benefits of bilingualism. Additionally, these schools offer exciting exchange programs, fostering cultural immersion and facilitating invaluable connections with educational institutions in China or HongKong.

HCL (Higher Chinese Language) advantage

In the context of SAP schools, it is important to note that pupils who have passed Higher Chinese Language (HCL) will retain a posting advantage for admission. In cases where pupils with the same PSLE score are competing for limited spots in a particular SAP school, those with higher HCL grades will be given priority. The order of preference is distinction, merit, and pass. It is worth mentioning that this posting advantage applies before the tie-breakers.

SAP School PSLE Cut Off Point (2023)

These are 11 SAP Secondary Schools and their respective COP (Cut off Point) for year 2023:

SchoolAreaGender2023 Cut Off Point
Anglican HighTanah MerahMixed14
Catholic HighBishanBoys only8
CHIJ Saint Nicholas Girls’Ang Mo KioGirls only7
Chung Cheng HighMarine ParadeMixed11
Dunman HighTanjong RhuMixed8
Hwa Chong InstitutionBukit TimahBoys only7
Maris Stella HighToa PayohBoys only14
Nan Chiau HighSengkangMixed12
Nan Hua HighClementiMixed11
Nanyang Girls’ HighBukit TimahGirls only7
River Valley HighBoon LayMixed9

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Advantages of the new PSLE AL (Achievement Level) Scoring System

A Leap Forward from the T-Score Era

In the dynamic landscape of Singapore’s education, the AL scoring system has emerged as a transformative force, revolutionizing the assessment of primary school students’ academic performance. As we stand here in 2023, let’s reflect on the advantages of this system and how it compares to the traditional T-score method, which dominated Singapore’s educational realm for years.

One of the advantages of the AL grading system is that there is a greater margin of error in the lower tiers. This is made possible by the broadening and expanding of the grading bands. Let’s take a closer look at an example to understand this concept:

Under the T-score system, a student scoring 34 in Maths would have been assigned an E grade. However, in the AL system, their score would be categorized as an AL 7, similar to a student scoring 42 who would have previously received a D grade. This example illustrates the flexibility of the AL system, allowing students to focus on improving weaker subjects while leveraging stronger subjects to boost their overall scores.

Mathematics T-score System (Grade) AL System (AL Score)
Score: 34 E AL 7
Score: 42 D AL 7

By offering more prospects in the lower tiers, the AL grading system provides students with the freedom to address their weaknesses and concentrate on areas that need improvement. This approach fosters a more balanced and comprehensive assessment of students’ abilities, acknowledging that growth and progress may occur at different rates in different subjects.

In contrast, the T-score system had narrow grading bands that left minimal room for differentiation, resulting in heightened competition and stress among students. The AL system, on the other hand, embraces a broader range of performance within each band, recognizing the value of continuous improvement and accommodating variations in students’ abilities.

When we compare the AL scoring system to the traditional T-score method, we can see that the AL system offers a more inclusive and personalized evaluation of students’ abilities. It addresses the limitations of the T-score system by providing a greater margin of error and emphasizing individual growth and progress. This shift in mindset creates a healthier academic environment, where students are encouraged to pursue their passions and embrace a growth mindset.

As we move forward, the AL scoring system presents a promising future for primary school children, celebrating each student’s unique journey and potential. By valuing progress over perfection, the AL system prepares students for lifelong learning and personal development.

In conclusion, we, at AspirerTutor.com, firmly believe that the introduction of the AL scoring system in 2021 signifies a remarkable advancement from the T-score era. With its improved accuracy in lower tiers and emphasis on personal growth, the AL system offers a more inclusive and precise assessment of students’ abilities. This transformative shift paves the way for a more balanced, nurturing, and progressive educational environment in Singapore and beyond. Let us wholeheartedly embrace this change and strive for a brighter future in Singapore’s education landscape.

Disclaimer: The author makes no representation of its accuracy or completeness. This information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Please refer to official sources (MOE) to check for individual accuracies.