The Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE 2023) is conducted annually by the Ministry of Education (MOE) to allow Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘O’ Level certificate holders to apply for admission to courses offered.
Registration Joint Admissions Exercise JAE 2023
The following candidates are eligible to participate in the JAE except those who have been successfully admitted to a school through the Direct School Admission-Junior Colleges (DSA-JC) Exercise / Polytechnic Early Admissions Exercise (Poly EAE) / ITE Early Admissions Exercise (ITE EAE):
- All Singapore Citizens (SC) or Singapore Permanent Residents (SPR) with valid Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘O’ Level Examination results from any year.
- International candidates studying in a Government School, Government-Aided School, or an Independent School in Singapore with valid Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘O’ Level Examination results.
Applicants may submit their applications through the JAE Internet System (JAE-IS) using their SingPass or alternatively, the JAE PIN. Registration starts at 03:00 PM on Wednesday, 12 January and ends at 04:00 PM on Monday, 17 January (tentative).
Please visit MOE Admissions website for more information.
How do I appeal for admission JAE 2023?
The 2023 JAE Appeal Exercise is for candidates who have not been posted under the JAE Posting Exercise. Candidates admitted to other institutions via Direct School Admission (DSA-JC) are not eligible for this exercise.
JAE posting results will be released on Friday, 4 February. Appeals for admission to JPJC will commence on Friday, 4 February and end on Thursday, 10 February. Students are required to apply online via the portal. Please note that we do not accept hard copy application forms.
Candidates who wish to appeal for transfer to JPJC will need to meet the college’s course cut-off point (COP) in 2023, subject to the availability of vacancies and fulfilment of the college’s admission requirements.
JAE 2023 cut-off points
The following table shows past cut-off points for net L1R5 aggregate (after deduction of bonus points) for JAE. It is based on 2021 JAE students posted to our 2021 JC1 cohort. For your information, the 2023 cut-off points will only be made available after the 2023 JAE.
Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified via email to attend an e-interview via video conferencing with the school leaders and HODs.
More details will be provided in the email notification. We will not be conducting any in-person interviews in light of COVID-19 situation.
In the event that you encounter difficulties uploading your GCE ‘O’ Level results slip and other relevant documents via our online portal, you may email the softcopy documents. For information about subject combinations and pre-requisites, you may refer to this webpage.
JAE Candidates information
Successful applicants will be notified of the outcome of their appeal application through a phone call. You will be required to bring along your original GCE ‘O’ Level results slip and Form A for verification as well as a photocopied set of the following documents:
- latest ‘O’ Level result slips,
- secondary school testimonials,
- secondary school CCA records, and
- other supporting documents.
Important Note (Joint Admissions Exercise 2023 JAE) Singapore)
All applicants are still required to report to the college that they are posted to on Monday, 7 February at 07:30 AM, pending the outcome of their application to Jurong Pioneer Junior College.
Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘O’ Level certificate holders to apply for admission to courses offered by:
Junior Colleges (JC),
Millennia Institute (MI),
Institute of Technical Education (ITE).