Train Disruption Advice

Instructions for examination candidates affected by a train service disruption.

 

PSLE
GCE-Level

If you encounter a train disruption during any of your examination days, you should:

  • Inform your school, and continue to make your way to your school.
    • Please be assured that you will be given the full duration to sit for your paper, as long as you arrive before the end of your paper.
    • You are not required to obtain and produce an excuse letter from the MRT station for your examinations.
  • Get updates from the train station that you are at regarding the bridging transport services that are available. You may approach the train station’s passenger service centre for assistance if required.

 

 

If you encounter a train disruption during any of your examination days, you should:

  • Inform your school or examination centre, and continue to make your way to your school or designated examination centre.
    • Please be assured that you will be given the full duration to sit for your paper, as long as you arrive before the end of your paper.
    • You are not required to obtain and produce an excuse letter from the MRT station for your examinations.
  • Get updates from the train station that you are at regarding the bridging transport services that are available. You may approach the train station’s passenger service centre for assistance if required. 

 

If your paper is not held at a centralised examination centre and you are unable to reach your designated school or examination centre before the end of your paper, you should: 

  • Inform your school or examination centre, before proceeding to an examination centre closest to you to take your examination. Report to the Chief Presiding Examiner of the centre. You will be given the full duration of your paper.
  • Inform your school or examination centre if you are unable to reach an examination centre in time. 
  • You are not required to obtain and produce an excuse letter from the MRT station for your examinations.

 

If your paper is held at a centralised examination centre, you should:

  • Report to your designated examination centre as indicated in your entry proof, even if you are unable to reach your examination centre before the end of the paper.
  • Report to the Chief Presiding Examiner of your examination centre upon your arrival. You will be given the full duration of your paper.
  • View list of papers here held only at centralised examination centres 

 

Please click on the links below to view the list of examination centres that are located near the various MRT stations.

 

Secondary Schools for GCE O- and N(A)/N(T)-Level candidates:

 

North-South Line

East-West Line

North East Line

Circle Line

Downtown Line

Bukit Panjang LRT

Punggol LRT

Sengkang LRT

Junior Colleges/Centralised Institutes for GCE A-Level candidates:

North-South Line

East-West Line

North East Line

Circle Line

Downtown Line

Bukit Panjang LRT

Punggol LRT

Sengkang LRT

  • During the national examinations, the lists of secondary schools, junior colleges and centralised institutes that are located near each MRT station will be made available at all MRT stations.

  • You may also download the Singapore Land Transport Authority’s  MyTransport.SG mobile application, and access the “Find-My-Way” module to obtain the lists. MyTransport.SG can be downloaded from App Store® and Google Play™.

 

If you are unable to arrive at a suitable examination centre until after your paper has ended, you should:

When contacting the MOE CSC, you should provide the following details:

  1. Name
  2. NRIC Number
  3. Exam Level
  4. Candidate Index Number
  5. Contact Number
  6. Subject/Paper affected
  7. Affected MRT Station
  • You are not required to obtain and produce an excuse letter from the MRT station for your examinations.