P3 Higher Chinese
Higher Mother Tongue is an optional subject offered to eligible students at primary and secondary school levels. The Ministry of Education aims to help students with the ability, aptitude and interest in MTL to achieve higher levels of language proficiency and cultural knowledge through HMTL.
Over the years, there has been an increase in the percentage of students taking Higher Mother Tongue Languages (HMTL) at PSLE and ‘O’ level. In 2003, 17.6% and 16.3% offered Higher Mother Tongue at PSLE and ‘O’ level respectively. In 2012, the percentage increased to 23.1% at PSLE and 26.9% at ‘O’ level.
|2020||CHIJ St Nichoals Girls||CA2||2020 P3 Higher Chinese CA2 CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls|
|2020||Tao Nan||CA2||2020 P3 Higher Chinese CA2 Tao Nan|
|2020||Ai Tong||SA2||2020 P3 Higher Chinese SA2 Ai Tong|
|2020||Catholic High||SA2||2020 P3 Higher Chinese SA2 Catholic High|
|2020||CHIJ St Nichoals Girls||SA2||2020 P3 Higher Chinese SA2 CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls|
|2020||Maha Bodhi||SA2||2020 P3 Higher Chinese SA2 Maha Bodhi|
|2020||Nan Hua||SA2||2020 P3 Higher Chinese SA2 Nan Hua|
|2020||Nanyang||SA2||2020 P3 Higher Chinese SA2 Nanyang|
|2020||Red Swastik||SA2||2020 P3 Higher Chinese SA2 Red Swastika|
|2020||Tao Nan||SA2||2020 P3 Higher Chinese SA2 Tao Nan|
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