FORM Five students who have taken at least half of the subjects in the 1995 HKCEE in Chinese may apply for the first Pre-Secondary Six course under the Intensive English Programme in August 1995. The aim of the course is to help students who have studied through the medium of Chinese to achieve the standard of English required to enter local tertiary institutions. The programme, which is run by the British Council, will be conducted in three stages. The first stage is a two-week whole-day Pre-S6 course from August 21 to August 31. The second stage is a four-week Post-S6 course to be held in the summer of 1996 and the third is a four-week Post-S7 course to be held in the summer of 1997 before students enter tertiary institutions. Form Five students who are eligible for the 1995 Pre-S6 course can obtain application forms from their schools. Private candidates may get the forms from one of the 19 District Education Offices. To be eligible for the Pre-S6 course, students must: Have been admitted to Form Six in the 1995-96 school year; Have satisfied the requirements for taking the Hong Kong Advanced-level Examination in the summer of 1997; Have taken the examination in Chinese in at least 50 per cent of the subjects in the 1995 HKCEE apart from Chinese Language, Chinese Literature, Chinese History, English Language, English Literature, Buddhist Studies, Shorthand and Typewriting.