Despite the stress of a global pandemic, 93.5% of students who took the A-levels passed the exam with flying colours. In a joint statement with the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB), the Ministry of Education (MOE) stated that 11,070 students appeared for the GCE A-level examination. Amongst them, 10,353 students passed.
The pass percentage was 0.1% less than the previous year’s mark, which was considered the best pass rate the country has seen since 2006. Students who took the exam as school candidates can obtain the results from their schools. Meanwhile, private candidates can check their results online from the SEAB Candidates Portal.
The joint statement highlighted that students who wish to apply for scholarships to seek admission to autonomous universities in Singapore could apply online without submitting hardcopies of their A-level certificates. Other vital information that the statement included are:
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