Come 22 February 2022 at 2pm, the results for the 2021 GCE A’Level examinations will be released to students in their classrooms.
The Ministry of Education (MOE) as well as the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB) said today (15 Feb) that due to the safe management measures, the schools’ premises will only allow those who are collecting their results to enter.
Test negative before coming if you are issued HRW
Those that have received a Health Risk Warning (HRW) prior to receiving their results have to test negative on an antigen rapid test (ART) on 22 February 2022 before they can go to school to collect their results.
Results can be viewed online
Students who have symptoms, feel sick or test positive or needs to remain in isolation should not go to the school to collect their results.
For this group of students, their results would be made available for their viewing on SEAB’s portal from 2.45pm on 22 February 2022 as well.
The portal can be accessed by candidates till 8 March 2022.
To access the portal, students can login with their Singpass credentials.
International students would be given a username which is generated by the system via their email from 17 February 2022 onwards.
Students can authorise someone to collect the results for them
Candidates can appoint someone to collect the results on their behalf from the schools but they will need to have proof of identification for the school’s to verify if they are indeed authorised to collect on the candidate’s behalf.
MOE and SEAB also mentioned that students can reach out to their schools if they are unable to appoint someone to collect the results on their behalf or if they did not receive the email containing their username to access the online portal.
Private candidates to receive results via mail
Candidates who have taken the A-Level examinations as private candidates will receive their results via mail to their registered address with SEAB.
Those with Singpass credentials can also view them on the online portal and those without Singpass will also receive an email with a generated username.
Apply for University online
There is no need to show the hard copy of your A-Level results slip for application of University courses or scholarships.
Students can apply for a place in their desired Universities online via their respective websites which will give more details on the application processes and they can also be contacted if students have queries.
For those who need guidance
Students who need guidance and advice on their career options or educational paths can speak to their teachers or counsellors who can provide educational or career guidances.
The MySkillsFuture portal is also available for students who need support.
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