Nanyang Girls’ High School (NYGH) Cut off point

Nanyang Girls’ High School has the highest Cut-off point among all secondary schools in recent years.

For 2018 Secondary 1 admission, the cut-off was 264 (inclusive of bonus points for Higher Mother Tongue).

In the last 5 years, the cut-off point ranges from 261 to 264.

Source: https://www.nygh.edu.sg/news/direct-school-admissions-dsa

RGS Cut-off point

Its close competitor, Raffles Girls’ School (RGS), is slightly behind at 260.

The school’s cut–off point will only be made known by MOE after the results of the PSLE posting every year. We have yet to receive information from MOE on the cut-off point for our 2017 Secondary 1 students. RGS’ PSLE cut-off point last year was 260.

Source: RGS Website

Historical Cut off point of Nanyang Girls’ vs Raffles Girl’s School

The historical situation used to be reversed; RGS used to traditionally have a higher cut off point (COP) than NYGH, in the early 2000s. It is hard to find the historical data, but all students during that era will remember clearly that RGS cut off point was higher than NYGH by a few points.

Cut-off point reflects the popularity of a school, hence it can be said that NYGH is slightly more popular than RGS at the moment. Some benefits of NYGH is a strong Chinese traditional culture; while RGS is strong at leadership and all-roundedness.

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