- The Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education Normal (Technical) Level Examination is conducted in Singapore annually.
- The Ministry of Education, Singapore and the University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) are the joint examining authorities for the Singapore-Cambridge GCE N(T)-Level examination.
- Candidates' applications to sit the examination are accepted on the condition that they adhere to all the regulations governing the examination as spelt out in the Instructions Booklet. School candidates will receive a copy of the Instructions Booklet 'Instructions for School Candidates taking Singapore-Cambridge GCE N(T), N(A), and/or O-Level Examinations' from their respective schools. Private candidates should refer to the online version of the Instructions Booklet 'Instructions for Private Candidates taking Singapore-Cambridge GCE N(T), N(A), O and/or A-Level Examination'.
- Applied Subjects. From 2009, Applied Subjects are developed by the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) to better engage students who prefer a more practice-oriented approach towards learning. They are examinable by the ITE. Schools should only register their students for examination in those Applied Subjects that have been approved by the Curriculum Planning and Development Division for their schools.