Does Singapore have secondary schools?
Secondary education in Singapore is largely public, and is compulsory until a child has reached 16 years of age. At the end of public primary education, Singapore students take the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) and are placed into the different streams and secondary schools based on their results.
What is the best secondary school in Singapore?
Secondary School Ranking based on PSLE 2019 scores
|1||Nanyang Girls’ High School||Independent|
|2||Raffles Girls’ School (Secondary)||Independent|
|4||Hwa Chong Institution||Independent|
Which primary school is the best in Singapore?
Primary School Ranking Singapore (List of Primary Schools in Singapore)
|1||Nanyang Primary School||Bukit Timah|
|2||Catholic High School||Bishan|
|3||Tao Nan School||Marine Parade|
|4||Nan Hua Primary School||Clementi|
Where does Singapore rank in education?
Education Rankings By Country 2021
|Country||Total Score||Science Score|
What is the highest PSLE score ever?
Natasha Nabila Muhamad Nasir of St Hilda’s Primary School scored 294 out of a maximum of 300 in the 2007 PSLE.
How is PSLE score 2020 calculated?
Your child’s PSLE Score will be the sum of the four subject scores. It ranges from 4 to 32, with 4 being the best possible total score. Under the new AL system, if your child is taking foundation subjects, your child will be graded AL A to AL C.