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For easy comparison between courses, the indicative grade profiles of students holding A level qualifications entering all courses offered by the 3 local universities are as shown in the table below, along with the places taken up in previous year, 2015/16. Please note that the scores and places offered vary each year, use it only as reference.

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Indicative Grade Profile (IGP) of 3 Local Universities for A-Level 3H2/1H1 AY15-16

S/NUniversityMajor10th percentile90th percentilePlaces taken up in AY2015-16
6NUSIndustrial Design*BBB/BAAA/A48
7NUSProject & Facilities ManagementBBC/CAAB/B131
8NUSReal EstateBBC/CAAB/B139
10NUSBiomedical EngineeringBBB/CAAA/A100
11NUSChemical EngineeringAAA/BAAA/A304
12NUSCivil EngineeringBBC/BAAA/A109
13NUSElectrical EngineeringBBB/CAAA/A199
14NUSEnvironmental EngineeringBBC/BAAA/A54
15NUSEngineering ScienceBBB/CAAA/A22
16NUSIndustrial & Systems EngineeringABB/CAAA/A105
17NUSMaterials Science & EngineeringBBC/BAAA/A70
18NUSMechanical EngineeringBBB/BAAA/A329
19NUSMechanical Engineering (Aeronautical)AAA/AAAA/ANA
21NUSComputing (Business Analytics)AAA/AAAA/ANA
22NUSComputing (Computer Science)AAA/AAAA/ANA
23NUSComputing (Information Security)AAA/BAAA/ANA
24NUSComputing (Information Systems)AAA/BAAA/ANA
25NUSComputer Engineering?BBB/BAAA/A102
28NUSScience (Chemistry)NANANA
29NUSScience (Computational Biology)NANANA
30NUSApplied Science (Food Science & Technology)NANANA
31NUSScience (Life Sciences)NANANA
32NUSScience (Physics)NANANA
33NUSBusiness AdminAAA/CAAA/A504
34NUSBusiness Admin (Accountancy)AAA/AAAA/A250
35NUSArts & Social SciencesBBB/BAAA/A1,540
36NUSArts & Social Sciences (MT related)BBC/CAAA/BNA
37NUSEnvironmental StudiesAAA/CAAA/A57
39NTURenaissance Engineering*AAA/A AAA/A58
40NTUAerospace EngineeringAAA/BAAA/A136
42NTUChemical & Biomolecular EngineeringAAB/CAAA/A190
43NTUCivil EngineeringBCC/DAAA/A147
44NTUComputer EngineeringBCC/DAAA/A71
45NTUComputer ScienceBCC/DAAA/A268
46NTUElectrical & Electronic EngineeringCCD/CAAA/B644
48NTUEnvironmental EngineeringBBC/DAAA/A51
49NTUInformation Engineering & MediaBCC/DAAA/C90
50NTUMaritime StudiesABC/DAAA/B84
51NTUMaterials EngineeringBCC/DAAA/A239
52NTUMechanical EngineeringCCC/DAAA/A489
53NTUBiological Sciences*ABC/DAAA/A305
54NTUChemistry & Biological ChemistryBCC/DAAA/A236
55NTUEnvironmental Earth Systems Science*AAA/BAAA/A30
56NTUMathematical SciencesBBC/DAAA/A178
57NTUMathematics & EconomicsABC/DAAA/A68
58NTUPhysics / Applied PhysicsCCD/DAAA/A121
61NTUArt, Design & Media*^CCD/CAAA/B169
63NTUCommunication Studies*ABC/BAAA/A221
67NTULinguistics & Multilingual Studies*BBC/BAAA/A104
70NTUPublic Policy & Global AffairsABC/CAAA/A60
72NTUSport Science & ManagementABC/CAAA/A75
73NTUArts (Education)*ABC/DAAA/A36
74NTUScience (Education)*AAC/CAAA/A22
76SMUBusiness ManagementBBB/BAAA/A772
78SMUScience (Economics)BBC/CAAA/A254
79SMUScience (Information System Management)BCC/CAAA/A278
80SMUSocial SciencesBBC/CAAA/A201

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  • 10th percentile refers to the A Level grade which is higher than 10% of that of other A level students who entered the course. 90th percentile refers to the A Level grade which is higher than 90% of that of other A Level students who entered the course.
  • The grade profiles refer to the grades scored by Singapore-Cambridge A-level applicants in their three H2 and one H1 subjects. For the purpose of this notification, Grade C is assumed for both General Paper (GP) and Project Work (PW) in determining the grade profiles. Please note that certain courses may require grades higher than Grade C for GP. There could be other “equivalent” profiles for each programme. For example, a grade profile of ABC/C could be considered to be broadly equivalent to BBB/C, unless there are pre-requisites.
course option * Additional assessments such as interviews, selection tests, and/or portfolios are required. # No representative GPA is shown as the sample size is small. ^ Number is an aggregation of all the courses in the same faculty .i.e. Science, Computing, Arts & social science.[/vc_message]

Sources: NUS, NTU, SMU Official Website

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