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Yesterday 04:20 PM
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Will they offer a salary higher than my expected given?
From personal experience, yes.
Yesterday 03:21 PM
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Anyone knows what is the salary range (min-max) for these 3 grades in the Civil Service below?

(1) MX13(I),
(2) MX 13, and
(3) MX 12

Thanks in advance!
It might blow your mind to know that different places pay differently for those grades. And many factors go into determining whether you are at the upper or lower range of the payscale at each grade.
Yesterday 03:09 PM
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Salary Range MX 13(i), MX 13, and MX 12

Anyone knows what is the salary range (min-max) for these 3 grades in the Civil Service below?

(1) MX13(I),
(2) MX 13, and
(3) MX 12

Thanks in advance!
Yesterday 09:09 AM
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About 1 month. You? I think you can refer to the MX scheme posted earlier for ref based on the position they offered. It's quite accurate based on most of the posters here. For mine, hard to tell as the position not confirmed in my case. So only can wait.
Mine wasn’t the normal AM or M track so is a bit difficult to gauge. Anyway, I received my offer. From verbal offer to official offer, roughly 2 weeks.
17-05-2021 04:58 PM
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How long does a slightly above average performing farmer take to reach MX10 or entry level DD?
Doesnt matter if you are performing well or not. Just dont perform at a level where they will sack you. You will default to their standard progression rate. Which is after 4 years.
17-05-2021 04:37 PM
Unregistered How long does a slightly above average performing farmer take to reach MX10 or entry level DD?
17-05-2021 04:30 PM
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Yes, very common. In fact, MX11A is rather common as well. These are grades where everyone get easily (just a matter of time in service) and where farmers get struck in.

I have 9 years of experience in private sector and got an offer for a MX11 position.
Not sure if this is fair grading. Was told MX10 is meant for section head role.
17-05-2021 12:48 AM
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sorry you mean consistently B for 2 yrs then will get promoted?

possible to get B in first year for contract, then B for second year after "emplacement" or extension (?) and then get promoted?
It depends largely on CEP. Usually 2 consecutive years above C would qualify one for promotion. Whether one gets it or not depends on his/her CEP (i.e. whether he/she is due for promotion). If not, then no matter how many Bs, still no promotion.
17-05-2021 12:33 AM
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Hi, is MX 11 very common in public sector? Like more than half of a department are MX11?
Yes, very common. In fact, MX11A is rather common as well. These are grades where everyone get easily (just a matter of time in service) and where farmers get struck in.
16-05-2021 06:02 PM
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My friend Cambridge FCH with NS got 3.8k. My guess is NUS/NTU should be 3.6/3.7k?
Unlikely. If you're a non scholar, Cambridge, Oxford, Stanford don't mean anything to them.

They differentiate pay by class of honours.
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