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titleFor Hall Freshmen
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titleGER1000

1) I am a Kent Ridge Hall freshman but am not pre-allocated GER1000K in Year 1 Sem 1. What should I do?

Please send in an appeal via CORS stating your situation. You will be pre-allocated GER1000K if you send in an appeal before Tutorial Iteration Round 1. Do check here to ensure that your Major/Programme is not stated under the Exceptions for Hall Freshmen. 


2) 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. 


3) I have just recently moved out from King Edward VII into Sheares Hall but am not pre-allocated GER1000S.

Please send in an appeal via CORS stating your situation. You will be pre-allocated GER1000S if you send in an appeal before Tutorial Iteration Round 1. If your appeal is sent after Iteration Round 1, you will have to continue to attend the tutorials at King Edward VII Hall. 


4) I am a Raffles Hall freshman and am pre-allocated GER1000R. However, I have just applied to move out of the Hall. Can I drop GER1000R so I need not read the module at Raffles Hall?

Please send in an appeal via CORS stating your situation. You may be pre-allocated GER1000 and attend tutorials outside of your Hall if you send in an appeal before Tutorial Iteration Round 1, provided the module has not reached full subscription. If your appeal is sent after Iteration Round 1 and/or the module is fully subscribed, you will have to continue reading GER1000R and attend the tutorials at the Hall. 


5) I am a freshman from Eusoff Hall but I am not able to attend any of the GER1000E tutorial slots located at Eusoff Hall due to timetable clash. What should I do?

Please send in an appeal via CORS stating your situation. You will attend tutorials located at other Halls. 


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 GER1000P?

 No. GER1000P is meant to be read by Prince George's Park House (PGPH) freshman only. 


8) I am a Year 2 Temasek Hall resident. Can I read GEQ1000T?

No. Only Hall Freshmen will attend tutorials at their Halls and, 

  • only if they are reading GER1000 in Year 1 Sem 1
  • only if they are reading GEQ1000 in Year 1 Sem 2
  • For cohort AY17/18 onwards only
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titleGEQ1000

1) I am a Kent Ridge Hall freshman but am not pre-allocated GEQ1000K in Year 1 Sem 2. What should I do?

Please send in an appeal via CORS stating your situation. You will be pre-allocated GEQ1000K if you send in an appeal before Tutorial Iteration Round 1. Do check here to ensure that your Major/Programme is not stated under the Exceptions for Hall Freshmen. 


2) I am a Hall freshman and should be reading GEQ1000 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 GEQ1000 in Year 2 Sem 1 or Sem 2 & attend tutorials outside of your Hall. You may refer here for more details. 


3) I have just recently moved out from King Edward VII into Sheares Hall but am not pre-allocated GEQ1000S.

Please send in an appeal via CORS stating your situation. You will be pre-allocated GEQ1000S if you send in an appeal before Tutorial Iteration Round 1. If your appeal is sent after Iteration Round 1, you will have to continue to attend the tutorials at King Edward VII Hall. 


4) I am a Raffles Hall freshman and am pre-allocated GEQ1000R. However, I have just applied to move out of the Hall. Can I drop GEQ1000R so I need not read the module at Raffles Hall?

Please send in an appeal via CORS stating your situation. You may be pre-allocated GEQ1000 and attend tutorials outside of your Hall if you send in an appeal before Tutorial Iteration Round 1, provided the module has not reached full subscription. If your appeal is sent after Iteration Round 1 and/or the module is fully subscribed, you will have to continue reading GEQ1000R and attend the tutorials at the Hall. 


5) I am a freshman from Eusoff Hall but I am not able to attend any of the GEQ1000E tutorial slots located at Eusoff Hall due to timetable clash. What should I do?

Please send in an appeal via CORS stating your situation. You will attend tutorials located at other Halls. 


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 GEQ1000P?

 No. GEQ1000P is meant to be read by Prince George's Park House (PGPH) freshman only. 


8) I am a Year 2 Temasek Hall resident. Can I read GEQ1000T?

No. Only Hall Freshmen will attend tutorials at their Halls and, 

  • only if they are reading GER1000 in Year 1 Sem 1
  • only if they are reading GEQ1000 in Year 1 Sem 2
  • For cohort AY17/18 onwards only
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titleFor Alumni

IMPT: For all updates and correspondence with NUS, please use your NUS email account. You should have received an email from lifelonglearning@nus.edu.sg with regards to your account.


1) I have been assigned GEQ1000/GER1000. As an Alumni, are my requirements similar to that of Undergraduate students?

Yes, your requirements will be the same to that of an Undergraduate student. You will have to attend all tutorial classes and attempt all assignments and assessments for the module, including tests and exams (if any). You may check the module requirements at IVLE.


2) Will I get a certificate upon completion of the module?

A transcript will be available for all students.


3) Where do I check my class details (time, venue, dates)?

You should have received an email from lifelonglearning@nus.edu.sg to check your class details at the mySIS page.


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titleFor Audit Grade Option

1) I have opted for Audit grading basis, what do I have to do?

You will have access to the online lectures and videos, and may participate in online discussions, and attend the in-class tutorials that you are assigned to.


2)What are the requirements to attain the Audit grade? Do I need to do any assignments or MCQ quizzes?

For GEQ1000: There are no minimal requirements. You do not need to do or submit any of the assignments, but if you wish to learn and do the assignments, you are encouraged to do so.

For GER1000: You are required to attend at least 2 tutorials and attempt at least 3 IVLE quizzes. You will not sit for the mid-term test and final examination.  


3) What will show on my transcript if I opt for Audit?

An ‘AUD’ grade will be shown on your transcript, indicating that you have audited the module.


4) Is this a stackable unit that I can use to qualify to read another module or course?

If this module is a prerequisite for your next module or course, you will require a letter grade (CS, A+, A, etc.) for the module. An AUD grade may not be sufficient to meet the prerequisite.


5) Will there be a certificate if I opted for Audit?

A transcript is available for all students regardless of the grading option made.


6) I have more questions regarding the modules that I can read as an alumni, who can I ask?

You may write to SCALE - School of Continuing and Lifelong Education at lifelonglearning@nus.edu.sg