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Cut-off Points

Do you know what are your chances of getting into the course that you like? Different courses have different cut-off points and admission would be based on students' aggregate points and availability of vacancies.

The indicative cut-off points for the 2019 intake are given in the table below as a reference for applicants applying to these courses. To download and print a copy of the cut-off points, please click here.

FULL-TIME 2-YEAR NITEC COURSES AND ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR JIE ‘N’ INTAKE

GCE ‘N’/ GCE ‘O’ Level holders can apply for the following full-time National ITE Certificate (Nitec) courses. Applicants may choose up to a maximum of 12 choices. Each choice will comprise the course and college, eg. Nitec in Retail Services course conducted at ITE College Central and Nitec in Retail Services course at ITE College West are taken as 2 choices.

The “2018 JIE ‘N’ ITE Aggregate Point” in the table below shows the ITE aggregate score of the lowest ranked students who were admitted to these courses through the 2018 Joint Intake Exercise (JIE) ‘N’, based on best 4 GCE ‘N’ subjects including pre-requisites and bonus points. These aggregate scores are meant as a reference for applicants applying to these courses and do not constitute the admission points for subsequent admission exercises. 

 

 

 

APRIL 2017 JAE ELR2B2/ELR1B3/ELB4 FOR HIGHER NITEC COURSES

To be eligible for consideration for admission to full-time Higher Nitec courses in ITE, applicants must meet the minimum entry requirements and admission criteria. Posting to a course is based on the aggregate score of best 5 GCE ‘O’ subjects, including pre-requisites and CCA bonus points where applicable and is subjected to availability of vacancy.

The 2017 JAE ELR2B2/ELR1B3/ELB4 for some Higher Nitec courses which are popular with GCE ‘O’ Level holders are shown in the table below i.e. aggregate score of best 5 GCE ‘O’ subjects, including pre-requisites and CCA bonus points of the lowest ranked students who were admitted to these courses through the 2017 Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE). These aggregate points are meant as a reference for applicants applying to these courses and do notconstitute the admission scores for subsequent admission exercises.