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Posting results for the 2007 Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE)


Posting Results for the 2007 Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE)

The Ministry of Education (MOE) will be releasing the posting results for the 2007 Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE) on Tuesday, 6 Mar 2007 at 8 am.
Students will receive Form D notifying them of their postings by mail on or after 6 Mar 2007. They can also obtain the posting results from the:

- JAE IVRS (Interactive Voice Response System) at telephone number 6691-2131;

- Posting lists, which will be displayed at Junior Colleges (JCs) and Millennia Institute (MI) for students who are currently attending these institutions; or

- JAE website C

Students currently in a JC or MI are advised to check their posting results at their respective institutions.
Candidates posted to a JC or MI should report to these institutions on 7 Mar 2007 at 7.30 am. Candidates posted to a polytechnic or Institute of Technical Education (ITE) course will receive further instructions via an enrolment package from the respective institutions by mail.
Applicants who wish to appeal for a transfer to another JC, Polytechnic, ITE or the MI should approach the institution of their choice directly.
JAE Posting Results on the Internet
Internet access will be made available at all JCs, MI, Polytechnics and ITE campuses for applicants without internet access at home to view the posting results.
Past trends indicate that most applicants check their posting results online within the first two hours, i.e. 8am C 10am, of the posting results release. To better manage this peak in demand and avoid inconvenience to others, MOE would like to seek the cooperation of applicants to access their posting results online only once within the first two hours.
1 March 2007

Source: Press Release 1 Mar 2007

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