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  1. 1. Which Singapore university do you prefer?

    • NUS
    • NTU
    • SMU
    • Nanyang University
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    • SIM
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    • Singapore University of Technology and Design
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Hi everyone,

I have spent about 2 hours on SMU and NTU website, but i am not sure what is the requirements for the courses.

I am not sure, but there should be a site which directs me to the number of points i need for different courses. Can anyone of you help me if you have found the scores needed to apply for both the universities.

Thank you so much

Sneha

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I want to apply to NUS & NTU too (if I'm not accepted in my top choice university that is) so you can ask me anything about those two universities :)

the general IB requirements for NTU can be found here:

http://admissions.ntu.edu.sg/UndergraduateAdmissions/Pages/IBDiploma.aspx

the minimum subject requirements can be found in this document:

http://www.ntu.edu.sg/oad2/website_files/IBDiploma/MinimumSubject.pdf

about SMU, I'm not too sure as I've never visited their website :S sorry. if you want to ask about NUS I could probably help though.

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Yes, i have seen both of them, but non of it actually says what is the required IB marks.

I have heard that i need a score of 40 for IB to get into SMU, but this information cannot be found anywhere online.

Same for NUS and NTU.

I have the subject requirements for most of the courses i would like to take, but the scores are missing.:(

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SMU is extremely competitive, from what I have heard. Scores around 38-40, but several applicants go with much higher scores. Not sure about the others.

I assume you haven't heard how competitive NUS&NTU are, then? I heard an IB student with 43 points was rejected by NUS.

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