A-Levels 2022 results: 93.4% attained at least 3 H2 passes, with a pass in General Paper or Knowledge and Inquiry

10,930 candidates sat for the GCE A-Level examinations in 2022.

Farhana Subuhan

Published: 17 February 2023, 5:31 PM

More than 93 per cent of candidates who sat for the 2022 GCE A-Levels attained at least three H2 passes, with a pass in General Paper (GP) or Knowledge and Inquiry (KI), said the Ministry of Education (MOE) in its press release on Friday (Feb 17).

The ministry added that the performance of the 10,930 A-Levels candidates in 2022 is comparable to the performance of candidates in previous years.

Applicants who are keen on applying for admission or scholarships to the autonomous universities may submit their applications online. More information on the AU’s admissions processes can be found on its respective websites.

Some universities are holding their open houses for prospective undergraduates from end-February till March.

Eligible A-Levels graduates who plan to further their studies at local polytechnics can also benefit from module exemptions in about 120 courses. This will reduce the time taken to obtain a polytechnic diploma by up to a year.

Application to the polytechnics can be done with the respective institutions from Feb 21 till Mar 6 for matriculation in April 2023.

Students may also apply in August 2023 for matriculation in October 2023. More details can be found on the respective polytechnics’ websites.

Candidates can explore the range of education and career pathways available to them to make informed decisions about their next steps, including MOE’s CourseFinder for course offerings in universities and MySkillsFuture on education and career pathways.

Additionally, school candidates may also consult their teachers or Education and Career Guidance (ECG) counsellors supporting their schools about their next steps.

The MOE ECG Centre will offer online or phone counselling till Mar 18, from 9am to 5pm on weekdays and 9am to 12pm on Saturdays.

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