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Through-train programme

Increasingly in Singapore, students who perform well in school are given the option to bypass the O-levels, and take the A-levels instead at the age of 18. This scheme is dubbed the "through-train programme".

From 2004, students are able to skip the O Levels and head on straight to the A Levels at:

One school, Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), has allowed some students to abandon the British system and go Swiss by dropping the GCE exams all together and adopting the International Baccalaurate.

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