The 2021 GCE A-Level examination results will be released on Tuesday, 22 February 2022 at 2 PM.
It can be nerve-wracking on the day of, so here is some information to help you better understand what to do for the results release!
School candidates will receive their results in their respective classrooms in school from 2 PM on 22 February 2022. Safe Management Measures will also be in place to ensure the safety of all students and staff. Only candidates collecting their results will be allowed onto school premises.
If you are issued with the Ministry of Health’s Health Risk Warning, you will have to do an Antigen Rapid Test (ART) on the same day and test negative in order to collect your results in person. If you have tested positive for COVID-19 (or if you are feeling unwell), do the socially-responsible thing and do not collect your results in person. Instead, check your results online via Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board’s (SEAB) Candidates Portal at www.seab.gov.sg from 2:45 PM on 22 February 2022. The portal will be accessible from 22 February to 8 March 2022.
If you are a school candidate eligible for Singpass, you can use your Singpass account to access SEAB’s Candidates Portal. If you are an international student, you will receive your system-generated username via email from 17 February 2022.
You can also appoint a proxy to collect a physical copy of your results for you. Proxies must produce relevant documents for the school’s verification before being allowed to collect the results. If you are not able to appoint a proxy or if you have not received your system-generated username for SEAB’s Candidates Portal, contact your school for assistance.
Private candidates will receive individual results by post. The results will be mailed on 22 February 2022 to the address that you have provided to SEAB. If you are eligible for Singpass, you can also use your Singpass account to get your results online via SEAB’s Candidates Portal. If you do not have a Singpass, you will receive a system-generated username via email.
Applications to Autonomous Universities
If you want to apply for admissions and/or scholarships to Autonomous Universities (AU), you can do so online. You do not have to submit a hard copy of your A-Level certificate. For more information on how the application to AUs works, you can visit their respective websites. You can also approach the AUs directly.
Education and Career Guidance (ECG)
If you need guidance on your education options, approach your teachers or the ECG Counsellors supporting your school. You can also refer to the interactive MySkillsFuture portal at https://go.gov.sg/mysfpreu to find out more about your education options, career pathways as well as courses that are available.
Contact Information for ECG Counsellors
The MOE ECG Centre will offer online or phone counselling until 19 March 2022.
e-Appointment System: https://go.gov.sg/moe-ecg-centre
Hotline: 6831 1420
Hours: 9 AM to 5 PM
9 AM to 12:30 PM (Saturdays)
Helpful Workshops: Kinobi Career Pathfinder 2022
Alternatively, you can also find out more about your education and career options with our upcoming workshop, Career Pathfinder 2022. This is a University and Career Series for Young Adults (aged 15 to 19) that will help provide you with insights to make better-informed decisions when choosing your degree and university.
Date: 12 March 2022 (Saturday)
Time: 9AM to 1PM
Where: Online via Zoom
How: Register online here: https://www.learnerslodge.com.sg/special-program/special-program-career-pathfinder/
Trying Again and Other Options
If the results you receive are not as ideal for the path that you’ve planned, do not worry. It is still an achievement to have tried, and you can always try again! If you need more guidance with your studies, you can always reach out to us and let us help you get a leg up this time around.
There are also many other options to look into, even if you are passionate about highly sought-after courses like Law, Medicine, and Computer Science, so definitely do not give up!