A-level results to be released on Feb 17 at 2.30pm

School candidates will receive their results from their schools. ST PHOTO: CHONG JUN LIANG

SINGAPORE – Students who sat the A-level examinations in 2022 will receive their results at 2.30pm next Friday.

School candidates will receive their results from their schools, said the Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB) in a joint statement on Friday. 

Parents or guardians may accompany their child or ward to school to collect the results. Details on collection arrangement will be given by the schools. 

Students who are ill are urged to stay home. They can access their results online through SEAB’s Candidates Portal at https://str.sg/wvZs from 3.15pm next Friday to 11.59pm on March 3.

School candidates who have a Singpass account can use it to access the portal, while international students will receive a system-generated username via e-mail from next Tuesday.

School candidates can also appoint a proxy to collect a physical copy of their results on their behalf. Proxies must have the relevant verification documents.

Students may contact their schools for assistance if they are unable to appoint a proxy, or if they have not received a system-generated username for the portal.

Private candidates can also use their Singpass account to obtain their results online. Those who do not have Singpass accounts can view their results using the SEAB Candidates Portal account that they created when they registered for the A-level examinations.

Result slips will be mailed to private candidates at the address they provided during registration.

Students who wish to apply for admission to, or scholarships for, autonomous universities should submit their applications online. There is no need to submit a hard copy of their A-level certificate. 

More information on the admission process can be found on the universities’ websites.

Information is also available on the following websites:

• MOE’s CourseFinder (https://str.sg/wvZd), on the courses offered by universities.

• MySkillsFuture (https://str.sg/wvZP), on education and career pathways.

Students can talk to their teachers or education and career guidance (ECG) counsellors on the next steps to take. They can also make an appointment for counselling with an ECG counsellor at MOE (Grange Road) through the e-appointment system here (https://str.sg/wvZm), call the ECG hotline on 6831-1420, or e-mail MOE_ECG@moe.gov.sg

The MOE ECG Centre is offering online or phone counselling from Friday to March 18, from 9am to 5pm on weekdays, and 9am to noon on Saturdays.

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