If you are taking the O Level exams in Singapore this year, you should already know that English is the first main paper to kick off the written exams in October (not counting the Mother Tongue and Third Language papers). As such, making plans to tackle this first written paper well is of paramount importance!
To kick off your studies, be sure to lock in the exam dates into your calendar so you have a target to work towards. This year’s O Level English exam in Singapore will be held on the dates below:
Format of O Level English papers
This year marks a special year, as there have been some changes to the O level English syllabus and exam format. But as before, Paper 1 still contains the writing components, including editing, situational writing, and continuous writing. Paper 2 contains the comprehension components, tested across three sections. Details about the exam format is outlined below.