H3 Taught Modules - Exemptions

H3 Subjects Exemptions
School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences (SPMS)
Contemporary Physics

Students who have taken NTU H3 Contemporary Physics, NUS H3 Physics IV and MOE-UCLES H3 Essentials of Modern Physics and have obtained a Distinction or Merit will be eligible to sit for exemption test for PH1801 and PH1802 (for programmes other than Physics / Applied Physics and Physics with a Second Major in Mathematical Sciences).

Physics IV

Essentials of Modern Physics
Numbers & Matrices

Students who have taken NTU H3 Numbers & Matrices and who have obtained a Distinction will be eligible for exemption from MH1800 and MH1801 (for programmes other than Mathematical Sciences, Mathematics and Economics and Physics with a Second Major in Mathematical Sciences), MH8300 and MH8500.

Organic Synthesis & Mechanism

Students who have taken NTU H3 Organic Synthesis & Mechanism and who have obtained a Distinction will be eligible to sit for exemption test for CM1021, CM1031, CM1041, CM1051.

School of Biological Sciences (SBS)
Molecular Biology

Students who have obtained Grade 'A' in H2 Biology, including a Distinction or Merit in NTU H3 Molecular Biology will be eligible for exemption from BS1007.

Organic Synthesis & Mechanism

Students who have obtained at least 3 'As' at H2 including a Distinction or Merit in NTU H3 Organic Synthesis & Mechanism will be eligible for exemption from BS1003.

Proteomics Students who have obtained at least 3 'As' at H2, including a Distinction or Merit in MOE H3 Proteomics will be eligible for exemption from BS1005.
Other H3 Taught Modules Considerations for exemptions are made on a case-by-case basis for students who have taken H3 Taught Modules not listed above. Students would have to obtain at least 3 'As' at H2, including a Distinction or Merit in the H3 subject.
School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering (EEE)
Semiconductor Physics & Devices

Students who have taken NTU H3 Semiconductor Physics & Devices and have passed the course will be eligible for exemption from EE2003.

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