In Singapore, mother tongue education has always received much attention.
As far as Chinese education is concerned, regardless of the reasons, many parents hope their children will be able to study Higher Chinese Language starting primary school so that they could continue studying Higher Chinese Language in secondary school.
Let’s take a look at the flow chart below.
It’s actually quite interesting, right?
Whether you learned Higher Chinese in primary school or not, there’s still a chance for you to do so in secondary school.
It all depends on your performance in the P.S.L.E.
So if you really want to study Higher Chinese in secondary school, make sure you got it in your first year in the secondary school.
The key is to do well in the PSLE.