Schools open registration for pre-university intakes

Sengkurong Sixth Form Centre

Wani Roslan

Registration for the lower sixth form at Sengkurong Sixth Form Centre (PTES) received an overwhelming turnout on the first day of its three-day Registration Day that welcomed hundreds of prospective students who have received their ‘O’ Level results and wish to further their studies at the college.

The Registration Day offers information to students and parents about subjects available at the college. They can discuss with the academic staff about the students’ subject combinations for their ‘A’ Level course and consultations on future career.

Senior teacher at the PTES Isma Fazlina binti Haji Ismail said the school is expecting more than 300 applicants for this years enrolment.

“We encourage parents to send their children here, as our school has best facilities, like other sixth form centres,” she said.

PTES offers a range of subjects including Art and Design, Design and Technology, English Language and Literature, Food Studies, Geography, History, Islamic Studies, Malay Studies, and Travel and Tourism, as well as sciences and social sciences courses; Accounting, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Computing, Economics, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology and Sociology.

The orientation for the new PTES lower sixth students will be held at the end of this month.

Visitors at the registration. PHOTO: BAHYIAH BAKIR

Sayyidina Ali Secondary School

Daniel Lim

Sayyidina Ali Secondary School (SMSA) received over 100 students who wishing to further their education at the school accompanied by their parents during its Pre-U (Sixth Form) Registration Day at the second floor of the Technical Block yesterday.

SMSA offers a diversity of A and AS Level subjects including Psychology, Sociology, Business, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Biology.

Applicants are advised to bring their Original Statement of Results as well as their National Identity Card so teachers can assist the students better in their subject choices.

Parents can also purchase school’s fabric uniform and Physical Education (PE) attire for their children at the event. Most of the prospective students came from the Belait District. The registration Day also allows them to discuss their subject combinations for their ‘A’ Level course with tutors who provide information such as criteria and exam formats. The three-day Registration Day began yesterday and continues until February 6 from 8am-noon and 2pm-4pm.

Parents and students inquiring about ‘A’ Level subjects at the Registration Day
School’s fabric uniform and Physical Education (PE) attire are also availble for purchase. PHOTOS: DANIEL LIM