O-Levels: 99.9% of school candidates awarded certificates

SINGAPORE — Of 34,124 school candidates who sat for the 2013 Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level Examination, 99.9 per cent have been awarded certificates, following the release of the O-Level results today (Jan 13).

This year, 32,645 school candidates obtained three or more O-Level passes, while 28,221 got five or more O-Level passes.

For the 4,170 students from 2013 Secondary 4 Normal Academic course who sat for one or more subjects in the O-Level Examination, 90.3 per cent have obtained at least one O-Level pass.

Out of the 2,615 private candidates who took the exam, 90.3 per cent have been awarded certificates.

School candidates were issued their results by their respective schools from 2pm today. Private candidates will be informed of their results by post, and can also access their results through the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board website at http://www.seab.gov.sg from 2pm today.


The Ministry of Education (MOE) has hosted the Educational and Career Guidance (ECG) Portal, http://www.ecareers.sg, for both parents and students. The ECG Portal provides information on educational options and career developmental pathways available to students. The portal contains various profiling instruments that can help students clarify their interests and aptitudes, and point to a range of suitable career possibilities, MOE said.

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