In many cases, attending a feeder school for a particular senior public school can increase a student’s chances of being accepted into that school. This is because feeder schools often have a close relationship with the senior public school and may provide a certain level of preparation and support that can be helpful in the admissions process.
For example, feeder schools may offer a curriculum that aligns with the senior public school, provide opportunities for students to visit and interact with the senior school, and have connections with the senior school’s admissions office. Additionally, students who attend feeder schools may have access to resources and guidance that can help them prepare a strong application and showcase their abilities and achievements.
However, it’s important to note that acceptance into a senior public school is ultimately based on a variety of factors, including academic achievement, extracurricular involvement, character, and more. Attending a feeder school may increase a student’s chances of being accepted, but it is not a guarantee. It’s also important to consider the fit between the student and the senior public school and whether it is the best option for their individual needs and goals.