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Old 17-01-2020, 06:55 PM   #7021
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My windows usually ends on Mid Feb and I tend to start my IPT on early Dec and my last session tend to be on end of Jan or early Feb. If you attend IPT once or twice per week it is possible to complete your 10 IPT sessions if you start your 1st session next week.
There are only a few slots next week and the only time I can make it on is at Bedok FCC (which is quite far from my house) , should I just go for that one?

Also, does anyone know why are there zero slots for NSTI or SUTD?
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Old 17-01-2020, 07:02 PM   #7022
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I think I am able to do my training on some weekdays and on the weekends.
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Old 17-01-2020, 07:02 PM   #7023
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So what you mean is I should go for IPT sessions from now on but at the same time book an IPPT session on a separate date [e.g around early Feb]?
Yeah, any IPT/IPPT u took this window will be used to offset the RT for next window if u cannot complete IPT or pass IPPT.
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Old 18-01-2020, 10:57 AM   #7024
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So what you mean is I should go for IPT sessions from now on but at the same time book an IPPT session on a separate date [e.g around early Feb]?
book a separate IPPT only if you think you can pass.

otherwise just complete your 10 sessions of IPT.

Doing IPPT but failed will allow off-setting of RT sessions in the next window (20-D). However, it will be more convenient by doing all 10 IPT instead after considering the possible charges by failing or defaulting IPPT, as well as compulsory attendance for RT.

Afterall IPT is also payable.

So, work out your sums.
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Old 20-01-2020, 09:10 AM   #7025
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There are only a few slots next week and the only time I can make it on is at Bedok FCC (which is quite far from my house) , should I just go for that one?

Also, does anyone know why are there zero slots for NSTI or SUTD?
You may consider IPT-In-The-Park if you stay or work near AMK-Bishan Park, Punggol Park or Marina Bay Promenade.

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Old 04-02-2020, 12:11 PM   #7026
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Hi i have appt to see specialist at NTFGH on 18/2 which is also the first day of my ict. My unit has allowed me to go for the appt before reporting for ict. My ippt is in June, so will I be downgraded in time to be exempted from ippt? This appt was arranged by the medical centre because during my medical review, the mo refused to accept letter from my physio and said that he would only accept specialist letter.
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Old 04-02-2020, 12:31 PM   #7027
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Hi i have appt to see specialist at NTFGH on 18/2 which is also the first day of my ict. My unit has allowed me to go for the appt before reporting for ict. My ippt is in June, so will I be downgraded in time to be exempted from ippt? This appt was arranged by the medical centre because during my medical review, the mo refused to accept letter from my physio and said that he would only accept specialist letter.
only MO can answer that
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Old 04-02-2020, 12:54 PM   #7028
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Hi i have appt to see specialist at NTFGH on 18/2 which is also the first day of my ict. My unit has allowed me to go for the appt before reporting for ict. My ippt is in June, so will I be downgraded in time to be exempted from ippt? This appt was arranged by the medical centre because during my medical review, the mo refused to accept letter from my physio and said that he would only accept specialist letter.
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Old 05-02-2020, 10:15 PM   #7029
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first time into this...

realise the IPT slot some have 'no IPPT' label on them...means the others have IPPT on top also right?

Can only book 8 slots max this month
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Hi i have appt to see specialist at NTFGH on 18/2 which is also the first day of my ict. My unit has allowed me to go for the appt before reporting for ict. My ippt is in June, so will I be downgraded in time to be exempted from ippt? This appt was arranged by the medical centre because during my medical review, the mo refused to accept letter from my physio and said that he would only accept specialist letter.
u seem very interested to get downgraded instead.

in fact your situation is after seeing the specialist on 18 Feb, the doctor will issue a recommendation memo to either support for excuse upper/lower limbs or any other excuses, including certain exercises depending on your condition.

As you had mentioned, your MO will only accept letter from specialist which you will have that on 18 Feb itself. Given your IPPT is in June, I do not understand what kind of answers you are trying to get here.

So as to answer to your question directly, if your specialist supports you to be exempted from IPPT, you will most likely be exempted for your IPPT in June. But the funny thing is, you having ICT starting on 18 Feb also.

Therefore, you should be concerned with your ICT-IPPT in Feb, and not in June.

Perhaps you should clarify your situation better or you are trying to smoke something out.
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Old 05-02-2020, 11:41 PM   #7031
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realise the IPT slot some have 'no IPPT' label on them...means the others have IPPT on top also right?

Can only book 8 slots max this month
Welcome to IPT.

"NO IPPT" should only be taken note IF your IPPT session is the 1st and 10th. Meaning if your session is both 1st and 10th, make sure this slot is not your selection because the system will bounce you back eventually. This is because these two sessions has to be a IPT-IPPT.

On these two sessions, report to the IPPT counter during in-pro. Otherwise, IPT/RT Counters.

Between 2nd to 9th session, with or without "NO IPPT" doesn't matter.

And yes, should be only able to book a maximum of 8 slots, because the system needs to double-check that your last session is a IPT-IPPT.
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Old 06-02-2020, 10:01 AM   #7032
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Last year i was on IPT until session 10 when i passed it. Since my window reopen, I have again signed up for IPT with the first session next Thursday.

Question is, if on the first IPT which is a test and i passed it, am i still required to completed all remaining 9 sessions or will they take it as a passed and im done for this window ?

The reason why i enrolled for IPT is because i barely passed last time on and am not sure if i can pass it with confidence again this time. If i cannot pass it, i will go for all the remaining IPT. Anyone knows ?
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Old 06-02-2020, 07:27 PM   #7033
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Welcome to IPT.

"NO IPPT" should only be taken noteIF your IPPT session is the 1st and 10th. Meaning if your session is both 1st and 10th, make sure this slot is not your selection because the system will bounce you back eventually. This is because these two sessions has to be a IPT-IPPT.

On these two sessions, report to the IPPT counter during in-pro. Otherwise, IPT/RT Counters.

Between 2nd to 9th session, with or without "NO IPPT" doesn't matter.

And yes, should be only able to book a maximum of 8 slots, because the system needs to double-check that your last session is a IPT-IPPT.
thank you.

By right once you take (and fail) IPPT IPT will be 'unlocked' right? Because system says my first session of IPT is also IPPT. Meaning I'm taking 2 IPPT before my first IPT.
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Old 06-02-2020, 08:30 PM   #7034
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Question is, if on the first IPT which is a test and i passed it, am i still required to completed all remaining 9 sessions or will they take it as a passed and im done for this window
You pass 1st session IPPT = cycle is complete, no need go for more sessions. If not, you will have to finish all sessions.
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Old 06-02-2020, 09:21 PM   #7035
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Last year i was on IPT until session 10 when i passed it. Since my window reopen, I have again signed up for IPT with the first session next Thursday.

Question is, if on the first IPT which is a test and i passed it, am i still required to completed all remaining 9 sessions or will they take it as a passed and im done for this window ?

The reason why i enrolled for IPT is because i barely passed last time on and am not sure if i can pass it with confidence again this time. If i cannot pass it, i will go for all the remaining IPT. Anyone knows ?
1st IPT if pass means no need to complete the remaining 9 sessions. Just wait till the following window.

However if you fail, u can always book a separate IPPT known as Non-ICT IPPT at any avail session within the window period.

Just take note if you are under RT, u cannot book a Non-ICT IPPT, and able to clear window by either pass RT-IPPT, clear all RT sessions, or pass ICT-IPPT.
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