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titleTutorial Matters

1) How do I choose the tutorial slot that I want?

You have to ballot for a tutorial class. Please refer Tutorial Balloting. (For SCALE and alumni students, a tutorial group will be pre-allocated based on your study schedule.)


2) What does "odd" and "even" weeks mean?

Please refer to the NUS Academic calendar here

For GER1000 (5 tutorial sessions)

  • Odd weeks - Week 3, 5, 7, 9, 11
  • Even weeks - Week 4, 6, 8, 10, 12

For GEQ1000 (5 tutorial sessions)

  • Odd weeks - Week 3, 5, 7, 9, 11
  • Even weeks - Week 4, 6, 8, 10, 12


3) I was successfully allocated a tutorial class after the balloting round but wish to change it. How do I go about doing so?

You may do so during the Select Tutorial and the Add/Swap rounds to change your classes in ModReg, subject to availability. Details on the rounds can be found at Tutorial Balloting


4) I requested for a swap during the Add/Swap round. How do I know if it is successful?

If ModReg does not swap your tutorial by the end of the Add/Swap round, it means your request was unsuccessful. Details on the rounds can be found at Tutorial Balloting.


5) Are the tutorials conducted in class or online?

For Semester 2020/21, all tutorials will be conducted via Zoom. Your Tutor will create and send you the zoom link.


(You may ignore Qus 6) as all classes will be conducted online)

6) I was successfully allocated a GER1000/GEQ1000 tutorial at 2-4pm at FASS but I have another class at 4-6pm at FoS. Can I change my GER1000/GEQ1000 tutorial class so I can get to class in time?

 There There is no need to as classes end 30 minutes earlier to allow travelling time to the next class. 

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titleFor Hall Freshmen (Not Applicable from Cohort 2020/21 onwards)
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titleGER1000 (E/K/P/R/S/T/W)

(Please take note that there will not be any segregation between Hall and Non-Hall students w.e.f. AY2020/21 onwards)

1) I am a Year 2/Senior Temasek Hall resident. Can I read GER1000H?

No. Year 2/Senior Hall residents will read GER1000 and attend tutorials outside their Hall. Only Hall Freshmen will attend tutorials at their Halls and, 

  • only if they are reading GER1000 in Year 1 Sem 1
  • For cohort AY17/18 onwards only


2) I am a Kent Ridge Hall freshman but am not pre-allocated GER1000H in Year 1 Sem 1. What should I do?

Please check Pre-allocation Guidelines to see if your Major/Programme is scheduled to read the module this semester.  If you are scheduled, please send let us know via Appeals/ Enquiries in ModReg.


3) I am a Hall freshman and should be reading GER1000 in Year 1 Sem 1. However, according to the Pre-allocation Guidelines, my Major/Programme states I will read GER1000 in Year 1 Sem 2 instead. Which one is correct?

Your Major/Programme takes precedence. You will be pre-allocated GER1000 in Sem 2 & attend tutorials outside of your Hall. You may refer here for more details. 


4) I have just recently moved out from King Edward VII into Sheares Hall but I do not have a tutorial at Sheares Hall.

Please send a request via Appeals/ Enquiries in ModReg. A slot at your hall of residence may be offered to you if there are vacancies.


5) I am a Raffles Hall freshman and am pre-allocated GER1000H. However, I have just applied to move out of the Hall. Can I drop GER1000H so I need not read the module at Raffles Hall?

Please send a request via Appeals/ Enquiries in ModReg. 


6) I am a freshman from Eusoff Hall but I am not able to attend any of the tutorial slots located at Eusoff Hall due to timetable clash. What should I do?

You may select tutorials located at other Halls at Round 2 if there are vacancies.  You should consider halls that are closest to your hall of residence.


7) I am not a Hall freshman but I want to attend tutorials located at Halls. 

This is not allowed. 


8) I am from Prince George's Park Residences (PGPR). Can I read GER1000H?

 No. GER1000H is meant to be read by Prince George's Park House (PGPH) freshmen only. 


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titleGEQ1000H

(Please take note that there will not be any segregation between Hall and Non-Hall students w.e.f. AY2020/21 onwards)

1) I am a Year 2/Senior Hall resident. Can I read GEQ1000H?

No. Year 2/Senior Hall residents will read GEQ1000 and attend tutorials outside their Hall. Only Hall Freshmen will attend tutorials at their Halls and,

  • only if they are reading GEQ1000H in Year 1 Sem 2
  • For cohort AY17/18 onwards only


2) I am a Hall freshman but am not pre-allocated GEQ1000H in Year 1 Sem 2. What should I do?

Please check Pre-allocation Guidelines to see if your Major/Programme is scheduled to read the module this semester.  If you are scheduled, please send let us know via Appeals/ Enquiries in ModReg. 


3) I am a Hall freshman and should be reading GEQ1000H in Year 1 Sem 2. However, according to the Pre-allocation Guidelines, my Major/Programme states I will read GEQ1000 in Year 2 Sem 1 or Sem 2 instead. Which one is correct?

Your Major/Programme takes precedence. You will be pre-allocated GEQ1000H in Year 2 Sem 1 or Sem 2 & attend tutorials outside of your Hall. You may refer here for more details. 


4) I am a Hall freshman and am pre-allocated GEQ1000H. However, I have just applied to move out of the Hall. Can I drop GEQ1000H so I need not read the module at Hall?

Please send a request via Appeals/ Enquiries in ModReg. 


5) I am a freshman from Eusoff Hall but I am not able to attend any of the tutorial slots located at Eusoff Hall due to timetable clash. What should I do?

You may select tutorials located at other Halls at Round 2 if there are vacancies.  You should consider halls that are closest to your hall of residence.


6) I am not a Hall freshman but I want to attend tutorials located at Halls. 

This is not allowed. 


7) I am from Prince George's Park Residences (PGPR). Can I read GEQ1000H?

 No. GEQ1000H is meant to be read by Prince George's Park House (PGPH) freshman only. 


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