PSLE results will be out on 23 Nov Wed 11am.
Primary 6 students can collect the results straight from school or view
them online. Here is the sequence of things to do during and after the
collection of results.
23 NOVEMBER 2022
Collection from School
Schools will notify the students of the collection details. Different schools
would have different procedures. Do refer to the individual school for
The result slip and examination certificates will be given on the same day.
View results online
Candidates can access the results online via
on the day of the result release. Prior to results release date, you
will receive user accounts issued by the Singapore Examinations and Assessment
Board (SEAB) through the school from November 15. The results can be accessed
from 11.45am 23 November 2022 till 6 Dec 2022.
The account should be activated before the result release day.
Step by Step instructions is available here.
If you are sick
Candidates can appoint a proxy to collect a physical copy from the school.
Proxies are to collect the results by Friday, 25 November 2022 and produce the
relevant documents for the school’s verification. If school candidates have
not received their user account for SEAB’s Candidates Portal or cannot appoint
a proxy to collect results, they may contact the school for assistance.
Choosing Secondary Scool
23 NOVEMBER – 29 NOVEMBER 2022
Students are encouraged to visit the school’s open houses or explore its
website. While School Cut off point from last year can serve as a reference,
other factors to consider include school culture, distinctive programmes,
subject offerings and Co-Curricular Activities (CCAs). By now, some secondary
schools would have completed the open houses. There are still a number of
schools that will conduct Open houses on 26 Nov.
Check Secondary School Cut-Off Points here
Check Secondary School Open House dates here
Submission of Secondary 1 School Choices and Options
S1 Option Form
S1 Option form to select secondary schools will be given to eligible students
with their PSLE results. The S1 Option Form provides key information regarding
Submission timeline – 29 NOV 3PM (ONLINE) | 30 NOV 12PM (SCHOOL)
A unique S1 Personal Identification Number (S1 Pin) will be on the top
right-hand corner of the S1 Option Form. The S1 Pin can log into the Secondary
1 Internet System (S1-IS) and submit their S1 school choices online. It will
be accessible from 1130am, 23 Nov (Wednesday) to 3 pm 29 November (Tuesday).
Information can be found at https://www.moe.gov.sg/secondary/s1-posting
If you miss the deadline, you will have to submit the school choices in person
at your child’s primary school from 9am to 12pm on Wednesday, 30 Nov. This is
for new submissions only and not for amendments.
Number of choices
Each candidate will have 6 school choices. In the event of a tie, the choice
would play a big part in the AL system. If a candidate has similar citizenship
and score, the one who has the school as a first choice will get priority over
another who places the school as a second choice.
First, Citizenship (Singapore Citizen has the highest priority, then
Permanent Resident, and lastly, International Student)
Second, school choice order (first choice over the second choice, and
If citizenship status and school choice order are the same, then
computerised balloting will be used to determine who to be
In the 2021 S1 Posting, the overall proportion of students who underwent
computerised balloting was 1 in 10.
Choosing a school base on AL score and MERIT
It is advisable to have at least 2 to 3 schools where your child’s PSLE is
comfortably better than the school’s Cut Off Point. Fill in all 6 choices
instead of just a few.
to assess the suitability of the school based on
- Programmes, subjects, CCA offered
- School Culture
- Location and Transportation
- Courses (Express, NA, NT)
BETWEEN 21 DEC (WED) to 23 DEC (FRI) (Tentative)
Posting results will be released between Wednesday, 21 Dec and Friday, 23
December, via online, SMS and through your child’s primary school.
APPEAL TO Transfer
BY THE FOLLOWING WORKING DAY 12 PM AFTER PSLE RESULTS
Appeals to transfer can be done under 2 circumstances.
Serious Medical conditions
If you assess that the posted secondary school is unable to accommodate your
child’s physical health, you may appeal for a transfer. The appeals can
be filed at your posted secondary school in person by 12pm on the
following working day after the release of posting results. Appeals will only
be considered on an exceptional basis for students with
Serious medical conditions, such as chronic heart conditions or kidney
Severe physical impairments, such as those requiring permanent use of a
Transfers are subjected to vacancies. Students seeking transfers should
continue to attend their posted secondary school until the transfer is
Non – Medical Reasons
Appeals are to be directly to the preferred school. Do find out about the
appeal process from the respective school website.
Child’s PSLE score MUST meet the schools’ cut-off point (COP) of the posting
- Child must meet school’s admission criteria
The outcome will only be known from mid-January. Schools may also not be
able to accept appeals due to limited vacanies
Best of luck with the results!