Are you still intending to take your RES examination in 2022? Here are some useful updates for you!
Importantly, apart from the paper-based examination, CEA is conducting a pilot computer-based examination (CBE) for 200 full-sitting candidates. The pilot CBE will have the same examination paper and will be conducted at the same time as the paper-based November 2022 RES examination. The CBE exam will be conducted 5 days after the usual paper-based exam.
As the demand for RES examination seats is high, it will not be possible to allocate an examination seat to every applicant who has indicated interest for the examination.
There will be a two-stage registration process for the Nov 2022 RES examination. To ensure a smooth registration experience for applicants, NTUC LearningHub is implementing a two-stage registration process for you to:
Indicate your interest (on FormSG), and subsequently
Register for the examination at NTUC LearningHub's website if you are shortlisted.
STAGE 1: INDICATION OF INTEREST ON FORMSG (14 OCT 2022)
Applicants with a valid RES course completion certificate and have completed their RES course before 14 October 2022 are eligible to indicate their interest to sit for the 19-20 November 2022 RES examination on FormSG from 9am to 12 noon on 14 October 2022.
Please note that you should only make one submission. Applicants who submit more than one form will be disqualified immediately. No appeals will be entertained.
The November 2022 RES examination will continue to have a total RES examination candidature of 3,000. This includes a paper-based examination for 2,800 candidates at SIM Headquarters, and a computer-based examination (CBE) that CEA is piloting for 200 full-sitting candidates at Ngee Ann Polytechnic.
The FormSG link to indicate your interest and choice of examination slot can be found below.
NTUC LearningHub expects high web traffic on NTUC LearningHub’s and CEA’s websites during Stage 1. To avoid any delay in your indication of interest, download the infographic onto your device in advance to access the FormSG link directly to register your interest.
FormSG link: https://go.gov.sg/resnov2022
Please note that the FormSG link will only be activated from 9am to 12 noon on 14 October 2022. Seats will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis to applicants who:
have successfully submitted their indication of interest based on their choice of examination slot, and
have met the eligibility criteria.
NTUC LearningHub will contact the successful applicants from 20 October 2022 to provide further instructions on Stage 2 of examination registration at the LHUB website.
Shortlisted applicants shall complete the registration and payment on LHUB’s website from 21 October 2022 to 24 October 2022 (for paper-based examination), and from 26 October 2022 to 27 October 2022 (for the pilot CBE).
Some applicants who are not shortlisted may be placed on the waitlist and will be informed accordingly.
All waitlisted applicants who are unsuccessful will be informed via email by 1 November 2022.
STAGE 2: EXAMINATION REGISTRATION
Shortlisted applicants will receive an email from NTUC LearningHub and should follow the instructions in the email to complete the Nov 2022 RES examination registration at NTUC LearningHub’s website. Shortlisted applicants who do not complete the examination registration process by the deadline stated by NTUC LearningHub will have their seats allocated to those on the waitlist.
Successful full-sitting applicants who are assigned with the pilot CBE seats and complete the registration process will be notified subsequently of the examination arrangements by Ngee Ann Polytechnic.
Singapore Institute of Management Headquarters (SIM HQ)
461 Clementi Road. Singapore 599491
Ngee Ann Polytechnic
535 Clementi Rd, Singapore 599489
Examination Results Release
The RES examination results are released approximately 4 to 6 weeks after the examination is held. The time may be longer due to factors such as the number of candidates taking the examination. Candidates will be informed of the exam result via e-mail.
The above information is extracted from the NTUC LearningHub website. Check it out here.
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