Singaporean students excel in international tests and exams, so as our students at GATE.
Front-runner in IB Education globally
Singapore Math curriculum
Enrolment success to top universities
Excel in numerous assessments
- Dominated Reading, Maths and Science categories in PISA
- Top Performer of PISA’s first Collaborative Problem-Solving (CPS) Assessment
- Topped the TIMMS Assessment for Math and Science
To inspire and motivate our gifted learners, we have sent our students to various international competitions and tests. Our students have been placed at the Top 1-5%.
As a Singapore premium education brand, we uphold to stand true to the hallmarks of high quality and integrity of the Singapore brand name.
Mathematical Kangaroo (also known as Kangaroo challenge, or jeu-concours Kangourou in French) is an international mathematics competition in over 77 countries. There are six levels of participation, ranging from grade 1 to grade 12. The challenge consists of problems in multiple-choice form that are not standard notebook problems and come from a variety of topics. Besides basic computational skills, they require inspiring ideas, perseverance, creativity and imagination, logical thinking, and other problem-solving strategies.
With more than 15 million entries since 1978, the Australian Mathematics Competition is one of the world’s largest school-based mathematics competition for students across 30 countries. Organised by the Australian Mathematics Trust, the competition is highly recognised by top schools globally.
AMC-8 is administered by the American Mathematics Competition (AMC) since 1950. It sets the standard in United States for high school students with mathematical talents. High scoring students from AMC-8 are invited to more challenging competitions. Top universities like MIT asks students for their AMC scores
ICAS is developed by UNSW Global drawing one million entries from students in over 20 countries. Top scoring students will receive the UNSW Medal.
A communication skills examination, it is recognised by higher education institutions around the world such as the USA, Italy, Mexico, Spain and Argentina and included in the UK Universities and College Admission Services. Developed by Trinity College London; a leading international exam board, it has been also awarded the ‘Q’ Quality mark – meeting the 17 stringent quality standards.
These tests produced world leaders in gifted education since 1979. They have nurtured nearly 150,000 talented and promising minds of the next generation such as founders of Facebook and Google, MacArthur Fellows and Rhodes Scholars.
HAST is an ability test used by secondary schools to identify academically gifted students. Developed by ACER’s (Australian Council for Educational Research), it is an admission test to top schools in Australia and Singapore. Accredited by HK exam board, selected students participate in accelerated learning and enhancement programs.