You can register for the 2017 Singapore-Cambridge GCE O- and A-Level Examinations as a private candidate from 10 March 2017 to 28 March 2017 (11:59pm) via the Internet Examination Registration System (iERS).
If you are eligible for SingPass
You must use your SingPass to register for the examination if you are eligible for SingPass.
Since 5 July 2015, the SingPass has been enhanced with a Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) for all e-government transactions that display sensitive individual data or those that require high level of identity assurance. With the enhanced SingPass, private candidates will be ensured of a better protection of personal information.
Please visit the SingPass website at www.singpass.gov.sg to register, activate and link your mobile phone/token with your SingPass account.
You are strongly encouraged to set up and activate the 2FA for their SingPass before you register for the examination. Please visit www.singpass.gov.sg for more details.
You can refer to the User Guide for SingPass Users on how you can register the examination via the iERS.
If you are not eligible for SingPass
You will be prompted to create a registration account at the internet Examination Registration System (iERS) login page, if you are not eligible for SingPass.
You can refer to the User Guide for Non-SingPass Users on how you can register the examination via the iERS.
You may refer to the list of subjects that you can register in this website.
Please have the following information ready before you register online:
|Mode of Payment||Payment Deadline|
|Online payment via credit/debit card||By 28 March 2017|
|At any SingPost office or Self-Automated Machines (S.A.M)||1 April to 7 April 2017|
Your registration will be considered as incomplete and will be cancelled if you do not make your payment by the payment deadline.
You can change the subjects/papers that you have registered without any amendment fee, if you have not paid your examination fees online and the amendments are made before the end of the registration period.
For amendments of subjects/papers after payment is made or after the registration period, you will have to complete and email the ‘Amendment Request Form’ to firstname.lastname@example.org. An amendment fee of S$20.00 (in addition to the new subject fee) will be applicable for each amendment request made.
The deadlines for amendments to registration are as follows:
|GCE N(T)- and N(A)-Level Examinations
GCE O- and A-Level Examinations
|– 24 April 2017
– 25 June 2017
SEAB will not accept any amendment request after these deadlines.
You can obtain more information on the registration (such as the examination fees and examination rules and regulations) on this website from end-February 2017.
For clarification, please contact the Ministry of Education, Customer Service Centre:
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