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JOINT ADMISSION EXERCISE (JAE)
The Joint Admission Exercise (JAE) is conducted by the Ministry of Education after the release of the GCE “O” Level examination results. Instructions regarding JAE can be found in the JAE information booklet distributed to students in Secondary Four.
Please refer to the Ministry of Education's updated instructions here.
Students who wish to submit an appeal should take note of the following:
- Applicants must meet the cut-off points for the respective course (Science or Arts) for the appeal to be considered. The 2023 cut-off points for ACJC Science is 8 and ACJC Arts is 9.
- If you are admitted to your posted school via Direct School Admissions (DSA), you are not eligible to participate in this exercise.
- Late and/or incomplete applications will not be considered.
- Shortlisted applicants will be notified of the result of the appeal application through the contact information provided by 8 February 2023, 5pm.
You are required to submit the following documents in PDF format as part of your online appeal application:
- Scanned copy of GCE 'O' Level Results Slip
- Scanned copy of 2023 JAE Form A
- Scanned copy of JAE Verification Slip (JC Choices)
- Scanned copy of CCA Records
- Scanned copy of other supporting documents
Students who wish to submit an appeal are to do so through one of the following online forms:
For students who have participated in the JAE, submit your application at https://go.gov.sg/acjc-jae-appeals
For Singaporeans/PR who did not participate in the JAE, submit your application at
For foreign students who did not participate in the JAE, submit your application at
The deadline for submission of appeal application is 7 February 2023, 5pm.
DIRECT SCHOOL ADMISSION (DSA)
The annual DSA Exercise is held from May to August each year. The exact dates, eligibility criteria and application procedure will be available at that time.
Students are advised to go to the following MOE website for more information regarding admission procedures for returning Singaporeans:
Click here for details.
Students are advised to take the J-PACT test which is for international students who wish to seek admission to a Junior College. For more information, check the following websites: