NTU/NUS/SMU 2015-2016 Intake

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kiddykong

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Hi all, have placing in NTU EEE and NUS EE.

Just curious.

Any senior can elaborate on the scoring system for both unis?

Which one easier to score. Thanks..
 

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hi all, im a poly applicant (still in NS, will only start uni next year) who has received offers from both nus and ntu. however, i am still undecided as to which course i should pursue since i intend to appeal out of my ntu offer to another choice.

as such, should i accept the offers from both unis, or am i only allowed to pick one? i heard rumours that accepting offers from more than one uni might lead to the unis retracting their offers. :s11::s11:
 

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What u mean? Mine changed to received tho.

Are u talking abt nus? If so on the status page must see outcome of application instead of processing/received. Don't worry much. They email u once u are offered. :)
 

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hi all, im a poly applicant (still in NS, will only start uni next year) who has received offers from both nus and ntu. however, i am still undecided as to which course i should pursue since i intend to appeal out of my ntu offer to another choice.

as such, should i accept the offers from both unis, or am i only allowed to pick one? i heard rumours that accepting offers from more than one uni might lead to the unis retracting their offers. :s11::s11:

Whatever your offer, you need to accept it through the Joint Acceptance Portal, which is shared by all of them. So you will only be able to accept one offer. Once you accept an offer, your other offers are automatically rejected.
 

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Whatever your offer, you need to accept it through the Joint Acceptance Portal, which is shared by all of them. So you will only be able to accept one offer. Once you accept an offer, your other offers are automatically rejected.

oh i see haha, thanks for the heads up!
 

UnKn0wNaL13n

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Applied for comp. science for both NTU and NUS.

NTU - Email nowhere to be found.
NUS - Application processing.

I didn't get called to interview for either also. So I guess I am dead?
 

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Oh and btw, I've received an offer from FASS, but NTU's LMS has not gotten back to me (I went for the written test and interview already, and I'm from poly).
Does that mean NTU isn't taking me?
 

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A foreign student just got rejected form NUS FASS. Didn't expect this result. What is the usual grade and CCAs of NUS FASS applicants?

How u know u got rejected? Tjey will update ur status to rejected? Or isit u got into other course?
 

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wth my nus application status was processing, it chagned to received on monday and now it changed back to processing today. ANYONE ELSE??
 

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Hi all ,

I am also waiting for my NTU offer for quite long already since I applied during the early admission process. I am not sure if it's because I am a foreigner that I have to wait until this long since most of my SC/PR friends have already received their offers. Since I applied to SUTD as well , I have currently accepted the SUTD offer and am currently studying in SUTD while waiting for the NTU offer since studying in NTU has more benefits for moi.

Poly GPA : 3.968 after 3 years with Merit
O'level : 20 points raw (CCA A2)
Applied for : NTU EEE as first choice
 
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