The registers of electors have been revised and will be open for public inspection from Tuesday.
Eligible voters have until March 3 to check their particulars in the registers on the Elections Department (ELD) website, at its Prinsep Link office, or at community centres and clubs.
Singaporeans living overseas can do so at any of the Singapore overseas missions that serve as polling stations.
They can also register as overseas electors if they have lived in Singapore for at least 30 days between Feb 1, 2011 and Jan 31, 2014, said the ELD in a media statement on Monday.
During the inspection period, electors can ask for their particulars - name, gender, or address on their NRIC - to be updated.
Those whose names have been omitted from the registers can apply to have their names included, and those who had their names dropped from the registers for not voting at a previous election can apply to have their names restored.
Electors can also object against another person being listed in his or her constituency.
The revised registers contain the names of all Singapore citizens who are qualified to be electors as of Feb 1 this year.