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Year 1 Admissions

Male Primary 6 students currently studying in mainstream Singapore schools can enter RI through three different admissions exercises: Direct School Admissions, the Secondary 1 Posting Exercise and the PSLE Supplementary Intake Exercise.

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Year 1 Direct School Admissions

The DSA exercise is an initiative by the Ministry of Education that allows for a more diverse range of talents to be recognised in student admission.

This exercise is for male Singaporean, Singapore PR, and International students who:

  1. are currently studying in mainstream Singapore schools;
  2. have outstanding talent in academics, sports, or music and aesthetics.

You can only apply under one domain, and cannot switch domains.

Successful DSA-Sec students cannot participate in the Secondary One Posting Exercise and PSLE Supplementary Exercises.

Frequently-Asked Questions

Secondary 1 Posting Exercise

This Exercise is for male Singaporean, Singapore PR, and International Students who: 

  1. are currently studying in mainstream Singapore schools;
  2. did not accept any DSA offers;
  3. wish to enrol in Year 1 in RI with their PSLE (Primary School Leaving Examination) grades.

Students who were successful in the DSA are not allowed to participate in the Posting Exercise, as they must honour their commitment to the school that has accepted them for the length of the programme they were admitted into.

Find out more on MOE’s website

PSLE Supplementary Intake Exercise

The PSLE (Primary School Leaving Examination) intake is for male Singaporean, Singapore PR, and International Students who:

  1. are in local mainstream schools;
  2. did not accept any DSA offers;
  3. had opted for RI in the MOE Secondary One Posting Exercise;
  4. had met our cut-off-point for the current year.

Please note that the Exercise is subject to availability.

Students who were successful in the DSA are not allowed to participate in the Supplementary Intake Exercise, as they must honour their commitment to the school that has accepted them for the length of the programme they were admitted into.