Please submit the MTL result slip to the Office of Admissions by 19 March 2020 if you belong to one of the following categories:

  1. If you have taken or re-taken your MTL examination at a different sitting from your 2019 Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ level examinations, AND/OR
  2. If you have obtained a better scoring for your MTL examination at a different sitting from your 2019 Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ level examinations;

    • Offering a non-Tamil Indian Language (viz Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Punjabi & Urdu)

      If you are offering a non-Tamil language subject in-lieu of your MTL subject, such as Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi. Punjabi and Urdu, please submit your PSLE or GCE ‘O’ Level MTL result slip, together with the GCE ‘A’ Level MTL result slip.

    • Offering an approved Foreign Language (FL) (French, German, and Japanese) or Asian Language (AL) (Arabic) in-lieu of Mother Tongue Language (MTL)

      If you have been given approval by Singapore Ministry of Education (MOE) to offer a foreign language (FL) in-lieu of MT, you are required to submit your GCE ‘O’ FL or AL result slip, together with your GCE ‘A’ Level FL or AL result slip.

    • Offering a non-language GCE ‘A’ Level subject-in-lieu (SIL) of Mother Tongue Language (MTL)

      If you are offering a non-language subject-in-lieu of MTL, you are required to submit a letter (issued by MOE) to us, indicating the GCE ‘A’ Level subject that has been approved to be the SIL for MTL. Since 2003, MOE has ceased to offer SIL in-lieu of MTL. As such, if you are not eligible to offer a MTL at your GCE ‘O’ and/or ‘A’ Level examination, you should have been given exemption from MOE. Please submit the letter of exemption (issued by MOE).

    • Exemption of Mother Tongue Language (MTL) at GCE ‘A’ Level examination

      You will be exempted from offering MTL at GCE ‘A’ Level examination if you belong to one of the following categories:

      • Students who have been given approval by MOE for exemption from offering MTL at GCE ‘O’ Level examination.
      • Students who have offered Burmese / Thai Language at GCE ‘O’ Level examination.

      You will then be required to submit the letter of exemption (issued by MOE).