WELCOME TO OUR ONE-STOP DSA WEBSITE

We make Direct School Admission (DSA) easy to understand and even easier for you to apply to us.

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WHAT IS DIRECT SCHOOL ADMISSION (DSA)?

Do you excel in your CCA or in academic components that are not tested in the GCE O-Levels? You can consider the DSA approach to get into the Junior College of your choice. 

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3 REASONS TO CHOOSE NYJC AS YOUR DSA SCHOOL OF CHOICE

There are many reasons why many students choose NYJC as their school of choice. Here are the top 3 reasons why students choose to join us through DSA.

 
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WE NURTURE YOUR TALENT

WE TAKE GOOD CARE OF OUR DSA STUDENTS

OUR DSA STUDENTS PRODUCE STELLAR
A-LEVEL RESULTS

 

Hear From Our Graduated DSA Students

Chua Zikos Vasileios (1914)
Football Captain
Tanjong Katong Secondary School
85 Rank Points

One of the biggest challenges I faced during my time in NY was when I tore my ACL towards the end of my J1 year in 2019. The end of year exams were about a month away and I was very stressed out. I felt the injury had taken a far more significant toll on me mentally rather than physically. Balancing the intense daily rehabilitation sessions and the preparation for the exams was extremely tough and I had to manage my time a lot better - something that I struggled to do in the first few weeks following the surgery. However, I was helped massively by my individual subject tutors who put in the added effort to meet up with me and help me catch up with my work. My friends too played a pivotal role. They helped me stay focused on completing assignments and revision throughout the exam period.

When COVID-19 came about and Circuit Breaker (CB) kicked in, I was pretty devastated, especially because the ‘A’ Divisions games had to be cancelled in our final year of JC. At the start of the period, I had to adjust to everything being done online. I really struggled as it was very easy to be distracted at home and I procrastinated a lot. But as the weeks passed, I managed to work out a routine, with time devoted to both studying and relaxing, and at the end, it was a really fruitful experience. The constant video calls with friends really helped to ease the boredom felt throughout the CB period. Although not ideal, I was able to learn a lot about myself during Home-Based Learning and how perhaps going to school instead of having online learning was more suited for me.

The J1 leadership camp is a very memorable event as all the student leaders got together to participate in multiple team and character building activities over a few days. Being grouped with leaders from many different CCAs and having to interact with them over those few days was very enriching and helped develop my sense of teamwork and leadership qualities greatly. Though our group was nowhere near the top of the rankings at the end of the camp, I left the camp very fulfilled, having learnt a lot about myself and moved a lot closer to reaching the 200-friend mark!

Want to read more inspiring testimonials? 

Click the button below to read more.

 
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

We have prepared a comprehensive FAQ section where you can find all your answers.

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MADE UP YOUR MIND TO JOIN NYJC VIA DSA?

We know you have been waiting for this.


The application for DSA-JC Exercise is opened.

Click the button below to apply. 

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THINKING IF YOU SHOULD APPLY FOR DSA?

Join us in this Say Yes To DSA@NYJC! webinar on 7 May 2021, 5.30pm. There will be sharing sessions by our current DSA students, 'live' Q&A sessions to help you better understand DSA application and more. 

Click on the link below to register your interest. We will notify you with the webinar details shortly. 

Updates: We have completed the webinar. Thank you so much for spending your valuable time attending the webinar.

For those who have missed the webinar, we have compiled the Q&A segment and you can access the document here .

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