Release of GCE ‘O’ Level Time-table 2015

Secondary 4 Express and Secondary 5 Normal (Academic) students in Singapore are currently in their preparation for the National Examination, Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘O’ Level. The Singapore Examination and Assessment Board (SEAB) had released the time-table for the National Examinations a few weeks ago.

There is no need for students to print out or study the time-table, but it will be good for students to look at the time-table released first. Later in the year, eligible candidates will be given an entry proof, which will contain the individualised time-table. However, it is unlikely that the entry proofs will be ready before the mid-year Mother Tongue Written Papers.

As of the time of publication of this post, the date for Mother Tongue Papers will be 2 June 2015 (Tuesday), whereas for Mother Tongue B will be a day after. Candidates might like to take note that the Mother Tongue Written Papers are in less than 3 months. Mother Tongue is ‘special’, as candidates have the choice to ‘re-take’ the written papers (Paper 1 and Paper 2)  in end-year in the situation when they are not satisfied with their results. However, it is advisable for students to do well for the mid-year Papers, so that they can utilise more time in the second semester to prepare for other subjects, specifically humanities, mathematics & sciences as well as other subjects.

Horizon Education will be constantly providing assistance to students. Should you need any academic advise on the subjects that we covered, do email us at horizoneduc@gmail.com. We will also be uploading more resources for students to refer to. Horizon Education wishes all the best for candidates taking GCE ‘O’ Level Examinations.

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