How do I decide if I should go to a JC or a polytechnic?

It helps to know a student's interests and learning style, and what line one hopes to work in. PHOTO: LIANHE ZAOBAO FILE
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SINGAPORE - Students who have not decided where to further their studies after completing their O levels will have to decide by mid-January, when the next Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE) takes place.

It helps to know a student's interests and learning style, and what line one hopes to work in. This would help determine whether a student's next step should be to enter a junior college (JC) or attend a polytechnic.

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