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PSLE Results 2022/2023 National examination Results (MOE) Singapore

Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) For a complete examination schedule, visit the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB) website. PSLE Results 2022/2023 National examination Results (MOE) Singapore https://www.moe.gov.sg/

PSLE Results 2022/2023 National examination Results

Your child will receive their school allocation results along with their PSLE results if they took part in the Direct School Admission for Secondary Schools (DSA-Sec). Find out what has to be done.

Your child must take part in the S1 posting process if they did not take part in DSA-Sec or if their application was denied. Learn how to send your school preferences.

Psle Results 2022/2023 National Examination Results
Psle Results 2022/2023 National Examination Results

Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB)

The Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB) offers Access Arrangements (AA) to candidates with long-term or temporary medical conditions as well as special educational needs. These arrangements could involve giving the candidate extra time, giving them a private room, giving them an enlarged copy of their exam materials, or giving them a pass without having to take certain test sections.

These candidates are given access to AA because the standardized testing procedures could lead to an inaccurate assessment of their skills or prevent them from taking the exams at all.

If school candidates need help with an AA application for the PSLE or GCE-Level exams, they should speak with their Allied Educators (Learning & Behavioural Support), AA coordinators, and/or form teachers.

Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE)  Results Singapore

After registering for the exams, private candidates can submit their AA applications for the GCE-Level exams via SEAB’s Candidates Portal. The Registration Information for Private Candidates contains more details.

https://www.moe.gov.sg/

We want to make it clear that the grades given to applicants for the PSLE and GCE-Level exams are not based on a preset percentage of applicants for particular grades. Instead, in order to maintain standards over time, grading takes into account a number of variables, including the difficulty of the paper and the caliber of the candidates’ work.