The Singapore-Cambridge GCE O-Level Examination is a national level assessment jointly organised and conducted by the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB) and the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicates. The O-Level certificate is an internationally recognised qualification that can be used to apply for tertiary education in the Commonwealth countries and in the United States of America. Local Junior Colleges, Polytechnics and Private Institutions also require prospective students to acquire the O-Level certificate for admission.
For more information on the GCE O-Level Examination, please visit: www.seab.gov.sg
To prepare students for the GCE O-Level Examination and obtain an internationally recognized academic achievement. Upon obtaining this qualification, students may choose to further their studies in local polytechnics, junior colleges, or overseas colleges and universities in Commonwealth countries and the United States.
Age Requirement: 15 years old and above
Academic Level: Successful completion of Secondary 3 or equivalent
Language Proficiency: Student must pass SCI’s placement test
12 months: Monday to Friday (9am – 4pm)
- 9am – 12pm: English lesson
- 1pm – 4pm: Other subjects
- Elementary Mathematics
- Additional Mathematics
- Combined Sciences (Physics & Chemistry)
- Principles of Accounts
- Chinese Language (China students’ self-study subject. For students who wish to enter Junior College, their self-study subject must be Literature in Chinese)