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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

When is the PSLE exam conducted?

The PSLE (Primary School Leaving Examination) is a national examination in Singapore taken by primary school students at the end of Primary 6. It's a critical milestone as it determines the students' placement into different secondary school streams. The exam is usually held in September.

For more information, check out our PSLE Timetable.

What subjects are included in the PSLE?

The PSLE exam assesses students' proficiency in four main subjects: English Language, Mathematics, Science, and Mother Tongue Language (eg. Chinese, Malay, Tamil).

For more information, check out the PSLE Syllabus and the PSLE Exam format.

What is the PSLE scoring system?

The PSLE uses a grading system based on Achievement Levels (ALs) ranging from 1 (highest) to 8 (lowest). The ALs are assigned based on a student's overall performance in all subjects. The raw scores obtained for each subject are converted into T-scores, which are then used to determine the Achievement Levels. Students are also given an overall T-score, which is used for secondary school placement.

Calculate your PSLE Score with our PSLE Score Calculator.

When will the PSLE results be released?

The PSLE (Primary School Leaving Examination) results are typically released in late November. However, the specific date may vary from year to year. For more information, head over to the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB) or the Ministry of Education (MOE) website.

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