Rank Point Calculator

a level rank point calculator

Rank Point Calculator (without H1 MTL)

Rank Point Calculator for A-Level

Rank Point Calculator for A-Level

Subject Grade
1st H2
2nd H2
3rd H2
H1 / 4th H2

New Rank Point Calculator

Our team has recently made successful modifications to the algorithm used for calculating the new A-Level rank point, which is sometimes referred to as the University Admission Score. This adjustment in rank points will have an impact on students’ admission to junior colleges starting in 2024. These changes will be applicable to students entering their first year of junior college or Year 2 of Millennia Institute in 2024.

One of the significant alterations is related to the Project Work subject, which will transition to a pass or fail grading system, effective from 2024.

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Visit this page for the updated Rank Point Calculator. (https://www.aspirertutor.com/new-rank-point-calculator-2026/)

How to use the RP Calculator?

Step-by-step process:

  1. Provide your grades by selecting the corresponding options using the radio buttons.
  2. If you are a 4H2 student, enter your lowest or weakest H2 grade into the H1/ 4th H2 row.
  3. Click the ‘Calculate’ button, and your corresponding Rank Point will be displayed.

Rank Point Calculator (with H1 MTL)

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Subject Grade
1st H2
2nd H2
3rd H2
H1 / 4th H2

How to use the RP Calculator (with MTL)?

Step-by-step process:

  1. Provide your grades by selecting the corresponding options using the radio buttons.
  2. If you are taking Mother Tongue, enter your grade into the MTL row.
  3. After clicking the ‘Calculate’ button, your corresponding Rank Point will be displayed. The calculated Rank Point will be adjusted by adding MTL (Mother Tongue Language) points and will be re-based to 90. The process involves considering two rank points, and the higher of these two rank points will be taken into account.

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What are some other names for the A-Level rank point calculator?

The A-Level rank point calculator goes by several other names, including:

  1. A-Level points calculator: This tool calculates the rank points based on the grades achieved in the A-Level subjects. It helps students understand their academic performance and eligibility for university admissions.
  2. A-Level RP calculator: RP stands for “Rank Point” .
  3. A-Level score calculator: The A-Level score calculator is basically referring to A-Level rank points calculator.
  4. RP Calculator: It is just another name for A-Level rank points calculator.
  5. Junior college (JC) rank points calculator: Specifically tailored for students attending junior colleges, this calculator helps JC students calculate their rank points, which are used in the university admissions process. Same as above.
  6. University Admission Point (UAP) calculator: Some universities use the term “University Admission Point” to refer to the rank points required for admission. This calculator assists students in determining their UAP based on their A-Level grades. Same as above.
  7. University Admission Score (UAS) calculator: Similar to the UAP calculator, the University Admission Score calculator helps students calculate the score needed for university admission based on their A-Level results. Same as above.

These different names are often used interchangeably to refer to the same type of calculator, which is designed to aid students in understanding their potential A-Level results’ eligibility for higher education institutions. This valuable tool provides students with insights into their academic performance and helps them make informed decisions about their future educational paths.

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How is the A Level scoring system calculated?

The A-Level scoring system, specifically the JC rank points, is calculated by summing up the marks obtained by students in their respective subjects. Typically, this calculation involves considering a combination of three H2 content-based subjects, one H1 content-based subject, the H1 General Paper, and the H1 Project Work.

For instance:

Maximum Rank Points = 3 H2 Subjects RP + 1 H1 Subject RP + H1 General Paper RP and H1 Project Work RP

Calculating your rank points can provide you with a distinct advantage when narrowing down the universities you wish to apply to. Different universities offer a diverse range of courses, each with specific entrance eligibility requirements in terms of rank points. By determining your rank points accurately, you gain an added edge in making informed decisions about the universities that align with your preferences and academic aspirations.

Aspirertutor.com Rank Point Calculator 1

At Aspirertutor, we take great care and dedication in meticulously developing two calculators: one for calculating rank points without MTL and another for calculating rank points with MTL. These calculators are designed to save your time and effort, making the process of determining your rank points effortless and efficient. With our user-friendly tools, you can easily obtain accurate rank point calculations, empowering you to focus on making well-informed decisions about your university applications.

Above Singapore-Cambridge GCE Advanced Level pass:Below Singapore-Cambridge GCE Advanced Level pass:
AS (denotes a sub-pass)
BU (ungraded)
Marks (%)A-Level Subject GradeH2 A-Level Subject Rank PointsH1 A-Level Subject Rank Points
70 to 100A2010
60 to 69B17.58.75
55 to 59C157.5
50 to 54D12.56.25
45 to 49E105
40 to 44S52.5
0 to 39U00

For those who are still interested in delving deeper into how A-Level RP calculations work, we have prepared three scenarios to provide further insight and explanation on the details. These scenarios aim to offer a clearer understanding of how rank points are calculated and their significance in the university application process. Let’s explore these scenarios in more depth to enhance your knowledge about A-Level Rank Points calculations.

Scenario 1: All Four (4) H2 Subjects without H1 and MTL

Monica chooses to take 4 H2 subjects without H1 and Mother Tongue Language.

Subjects Taken: 4 H2 subjects, 1 H1 General Paper, and H1 Project Work

Her Grades: ABBA/AA

(where the grades before the backslash refer to the H2 subjects, and grades after the backslash refer to the H1 subjects)

Subjects Calculated: 3 H2 subjects + 1 H1 subject (weakest H2 score converted as H1) + 1 H1 GP + 1 H1 PW

= 20 + 17.5 + 17.5 + 10 + 10 + 10

= 85

Monica’s Rank points would be 85 out of a total of 90 points.
Alternatively, use this calculator for calculating your rank points.

Scenario 2: Three (3) H2 Subjects with H1 and MTL

Now let’s consider Amanda, who takes 3 H2 subjects, 1 H1 subject, and a Mother Tongue Language (MTL), in addition to H1 General Paper and H1 Project Work. The calculation for her rank points will be different in this scenario. The total score will be divided by 100 and then multiplied by 90, as 90 is the highest rank point achievable.

Assuming Amanda achieves the following results:

Subjects Taken: 3 H2 subjects, 1 H1 subject, 1 H1 General Paper, H1 Project Work, and H1 MTL

Her Grades: AAB/CCAA

(where the grades before the backslash refer to the H2 subjects, and grades after the backslash refer to the H1 subjects)

= (3 H2 + 1 H1 + H1 GP + H1 PW + H1 MTL) / 100 × 90

= [(20 + 20 + 17.5 + 7.5 + 7.5 + 10 + 10) / 100] × 90

= 83.25

Amanda’s Rank points would be 83.25 out of a total of 90 points.
Alternatively, use this calculator for calculating your rank points.

Scenario 3: Three (3) H2 Subjects without MTL

Now, FongYee’s has chosen to pursue 3 H2 subjects without MTL. Let’s see how her scores will be converted into rank points:

Subjects Taken: 3 H2 subjects, 1 H1 subject, 1 H1 General Paper, H1 Project Work

Her Grades: ABB/CCA

(where the grades before the backslash refer to the H2 subjects, and grades after the backslash refer to the H1 subjects)

= (3 H2 + 1 H1 + H1 GP + H1 PW)

= [20 + 17.5 + 17.5 + 7.5 + 7.5 + 10]

= 80

FongYee’s Rank points would be 80 out of a total of 90 points.
Alternatively, use this calculator for calculating your rank points.

Path After A-Levels: Exploring Opportunities and Making Informed Decisions

After receiving their A-Levels examination results, students are faced with a significant decision: choosing their educational path. This crucial juncture offers a few options: pursuing a degree immediately, retake your A-Levels, going for a polytechnic course, doing part-time or considering a gap year to gain practical experience before making an informed choice.

Local U or Private U

For those who aspire to pursue higher education, there are two pathways to consider: enrolling in either local or private universities. In Singapore, there are six prestigious local universities, each offering a range of programs designed to meet diverse interests and career goals. Our team has meticulously compiled the latest Indicative Grade Profiles (IGP) for these local universities. Now that you have calculated your rank points using the RP calculator, it’s time to explore the course eligibility criteria. Enhance your prospects by acquiring insight into various university rank points through a review of past year’s IGP data. This information will serve as a valuable guide to help you gauge and choose the most suitable course to apply for.

IGP for National University of Singapore (NUS)

IGP for Nanyang Technological University (NTU)

IGP for Singapore Management University (SMU)

IGP for Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS)

IGP for Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT)

IGP for Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD)

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Alternatively, private universities provide appealing options, addressing specific preferences and requirements. Institutions like Curtin Singapore, James Cook University, Singapore Institute of Management (SIM), and Kaplan Higher Education offer specialized courses to meet individual needs.

Aspiring artists can embark on a creative journey through esteemed arts institutions such as the LASALLE College of the Arts or the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA), fostering and empowering young talents in the world of arts and culture.

Retake A-Level

For those who believe that a second attempt could lead to their desired results, retaking ‘A’ Levels is a viable option. Whether as a private candidate or within their junior college (JC) setting, students need to inquire about the specific criteria and reapplication procedures from their respective JCs.

Polytechnic Route

Alternatively, for those who find the prospect of retaking ‘A’ Levels less appealing or incongruent with their aspirations, exploring the polytechnic route may be a more sensible choice, especially for those with a clear vision of their future path. Polytechnics offer a range of practical and career-focused programs, equipping students with relevant skills and knowledge for their chosen industries.

Part-time jobs or internships

Embracing the idea of gaining real-world experience and exploring diverse career paths, students can engage in part-time jobs or internships during their gap year. This hands-on experience not only provides valuable insights into various industries but also allows them to discover and refine their interests and strengths.

Numerous part-time job opportunities and internships are available through job portals like FastJobs, Glints, and Indeed, serving as invaluable resources for finding suitable positions that align with individual interests and preferences.

Exciting chapter ahead

The post-A-Levels phase offers a unique chance to explore diverse pathways, discover hidden passions, and gain a deeper understanding of oneself. Whether students choose higher education, vocational training, or gainful work experience, each path contributes to personal growth and development.

Regardless of the chosen path, students are encouraged to take the time to carefully consider their interests, talents, and long-term goals. Seeking advice from teachers, mentors, and career counselors can assist in making informed decisions that resonate with individual aspirations.

This chapter of life is a journey of self-discovery and exploration, and by approaching it with an open mind and a proactive attitude, students can pave the way for a fulfilling and rewarding future. The post-A-Levels phase is an exciting chapter marked by transformative choices and opportunities for personal and professional growth. With careful consideration and guidance, students can set themselves on a path towards a successful and gratifying future.

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