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Direct Applicants Selection Criteria
The
selection process is automatically done by the system for all
applicants who have met the minimum requirements of their respective
programs.
The
following is a list of 9 criteria used to rank and process applicants
on various programs: Program Points, A-level Points, Choice Number,
A-level Division Rank, A-level Sittings, Gender, O-level Calculated
Points, O-level Division Rank, and O-level Sittings.
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These criteria are grouped into two groups : Primary criteria and Secondary criteria.
A.
Primary Criteria. The criteria in this group are the fundamental
criteria for selecting applicants to various programs. When applicants
match in the primary criteria, the system uses secondary criteria to
select best students. There are two primary criteria based on A-level
subjects points calculated using the following grade/points
relationship.
Completed A-level studies before 2014 : [A = 5; B = 4; C = 3; D = 2; E = 1; S = 0.5]
Completed A-level studies in 2014 and 2015 : [ A = 5; B+ = 4; B = 3; C = 2; D = 1; E =0.5]
Completed A-level studies from 2016 onwards : [A = 5; B = 4; C = 3; D = 2; E = 1; S = 0.5]

Below
is detailed selection results information.
To get information about how
the selection process was performed, Below is a description of the two
primary criteria: 
1. Program Points
The first
criterion used for selection of applicants is the calculated program
points based on subjects required for the respective program and any
extra subject needed to meet the maximum number of subjects required
(which is 3 subjects).

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For
example, if a program requires an applicant to have two principle
passes, in which one of them should be Subject A, program points must
then first include Subject A and two other extra subjects best performed
by the applicant.

In our example, if an applicant has
more than three subjects, including Subject A, done in one or more
sittings and has 3 other better performed subjects when compared to
Subject A, the system will first include the required subject and then
the two other best performed subjects to fulfill the required number for
calculations.

2. A-level Points
The
second criterion used in case applicants match in the first criterion is
the A-level Points. Like the first criterion, this criterion is based
on points calculated with a maximum of three subjects. However this
criterion considers three best performed subjects incase the applicant
has more than 3 subjects, without considering the respective program
requirements. In most cases, the first and second criterion points match
since most applicants have done a maximum of three subjects and have
also applied to the programs in which they fulfilled the minimum
requirements.
For both first and second criterion, the applicant with more points is considered a more eligible applicant.
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B. Secondary Criteria: If applicants match based on primary criteria, then the following secondary criteria are used.
3. A-level Division Rank
The
third criterion is the A-level Division Rank (which is between 1 and 4)
that is based on the division or class. An applicant with a lower
A-level Division Rank is considered to be more eligible.

4. A-level Sittings
The
fourth criterion is the A-level number of sittings the applicant has
done. An applicant with a lower number of sittings is considered to be
more eligible.

5.Gender
The fifth
criterion is Gender. If applicants still match in criteria up to this
point then a female applicant will be considered over a male applicant.

6. O-level Calculated Points
O-level
points is the sixth criterion used. The calculated points are based on 5
best performed subjects by the applicant, using the following
grades/points relationship; [A = 4, B = 3, C = 2, D = 1, and F = 0]. An
applicant with more points is considered to be more eligible.

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7. O-level Division Rank
This
is the seventh criterion which contains the values between 1 and 4
based on the division or class. An applicant with a lower O-level
Division Rank is considered to be more eligible.

8. O-level Sittings

The
eighth criterion is the O-level number of sittings the applicant has
done. An applicant with a lower number of sittings is considered to be
more eligible.

9. Choice Number
The ninth
criterion is the interest the applicant has to the respective program.
This is based on applicant program choice number.
In the unlikely
event of applicants matching in all 9 criteria, the system will pick the
applicant who applied for the program the earliest.

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