2022 A-Level results to be released on Feb 17

Candidates can also access their results online via SEAB’s Candidate Portal from 3.15pm on the day of release.

Edwin Chan

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Published: 10 February 2023, 4:27 PM

The 2022 Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education Advanced Level (GCE A-Level) examination results will be released on Feb 17 at 2.30pm.

Arrangements have been made for school candidates to receive the results from their schools, said the Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB) said in a joint release on Friday (Feb 10).

MOE and SEAB added that parents or guardians may accompany their child or ward to school to collect their results, should they wish to. Details on the collection arrangements will be shared by the respective schools.

Those who are unwell are advised to exercise social responsibility. They may instead access their results online via the SEAB Candidates Portal from 3.15pm on Feb 17, to 11.59pm on Mar 3. School candidates with Singpass accounts can use it to access SEAB’s Candidates Portal. International students will receive a system-generated username via email from Feb 14 instead.

Should school candidates be unable to collect their results in person, they can also appoint a proxy to collect a physical copy of their results from the school. Proxies are required to produce the relevant documents for the school’s verification when collecting the results.

Those unable to appoint a proxy or have not received their system-generated username for the SEAB’s Candidate’s Portal may contact their schools for assistance.

Similar to the arrangement for school candidates, private candidates with Singpass accounts can use it to access their results via SEAB’s Candidates Portal from 3.15pm on Feb 17. Those without Singpass accounts can view their results in the portal using the account that they have created during registration.

Hardcopy result slips will also be mailed to private candidates at the address that they had provided during registration on Feb 17.

MOE and SEAB also said that students who wish to apply for admissions and scholarships to the Autonomous Universities (AUs) should submit their applications online. There is no need to submit a hard copy of their GCE A-Level certificates. 

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