INSTRUCTIONS FOR CANDIDATES Singapore-Cambridge GCE A Level Examination 2008 For Queries… • SAJC General Office – 62857008/62852007 • SAJC Exam Centre Number: 3018 • SAJC’s Presiding Examiners (PE): 1. Ms Ong Ruilin (Math Dept) 2. Mr Yeo Chee Keong (PE Dept) 3. Mr Chua Chun Lin Lyndon (Arts Dept) Important • Please read through the instruction booklet titled “Singapore-Cambridge GCE Examinations: 2008 Instructions For School Candidates Taking the A Level Examination”, which was given to you by your Civics Tutors in the earlier part of the year, thoroughly. • A copy of the instructions for sitting of examinations will also be put up on the examination notice board outside the General Office. Examination Timetables • The date and time of each paper is clearly stated in your entry proof. • Students who downloaded a copy of the exam timetable from the college website (www.standrewsjc.moe.edu.sg) on 27 Sept or earlier must download the latest copy as some changes were already made. Most updated version can be found on www.seab.gov.sg or your own entry proof ! Identification Documents • Place your NRIC/foreign identification documents (NOT student pass) on your desks throughout the duration of the examination. • Bring your entry proof along for all papers. (Important information, such as the date & time of each paper, exam centre number, candidate index number, subject codes, etc, are all found on your entry proof) Calculators • You are NOT ALLOWED to borrow calculators (or any stationery) from other candidates during the examination for any reason. • Clear any information and/or programmes stored in the calculators before the exams. • Check the list of approved calculators on the examinations notice board outside the General Office. • The working condition of the calculator (including the batteries) is the responsibility of the candidates. Dishonesty/Conduct • A candidate may be expelled from the examination room, refused entry for subsequent papers, have his/her papers cancelled if he/she is detected for dishonesty. • Be properly attired (in school uniforms with neat hair style for girls and short hair for boys) when you present yourselves for the examination. (Refer to College Handbook Pg 16 & 17 for details on appearance and wearing of uniforms) Dishonesty/Conduct • Stop writing when told to do so at the end of the exam. If you need to write your name, raise your hand for permission to do so. • You are NOT allowed to leave the exam venue unless permitted to do so. Raise your hand and ask for permission if you need to go to the washroom. Dishonesty/Conduct • Candidates are not allowed to bring any examination writing paper out of the exam venue, otherwise it will be considered as cheating! • Candidates are not allowed to keep their handphones or any communication devices with them during the exam. (Switch off the devices and leave them in your bag) Dishonesty/Conduct • No student will be allowed to leave the exam hall during the last half hour of the exam. • No talking is allowed once you are inside the exam hall. • Remain seated and keep quiet while scripts are being collected. Dishonesty/Conduct • Those who contravene any of the above regulations are liable to the same penalty as dishonesty and will be given a “T” grade. Important • Remember to write your school name, exam centre no. & candidate index no. legibly on every sheet of writing paper. Use a pen with ink that is smudge-proof. • Tie all answer scripts securely with the string provided. Reporting Time • You should arrive at least 30 minutes before the start of the examination to: 1. Check the venue of the examination (i.e the school hall or the classroom) 2. Check the seating arrangement. • The list of examination venues can be found on the two notice boards outside the General Office. • Wait outside the exam venue at least 15 minutes before the commencement of the examination. Absenteeism • It is compulsory for candidates to sit for all registered components. Candidates will be given an “Absent” for a subject if they are absent from one or more papers of the subject. Hospitalisation • The MOE will make special arrangements for a candidate who is hospitalized to sit for the examination in the hospital. They should call the MOE hotline 68722220 to inform the Chief Presiding Examiners (CPE) in advance. • Provide the MOE personnel with your name, candidate index number, exam centre number (all of which can be found on your entry proof) and name of the hospital in which you are warded. • If you are unable to contact the CPE through the hotline above, contact the school immediately instead. Infectious Diseases • Candidates who are suffering from any infectious diseases are NOT allowed to sit for the examination in their usual examination centres. • They should call the MOE hotline 68722220 to inform the Chief Presiding Examiners (CPE) in advance. • Such candidates will be referred to the Margaret Drive Examination Centre to sit for the relevant examination (Refer to Annex I of the 2008 Instruction booklet). Infectious Diseases • Provide the MOE personnel with your name, candidate index number and exam centre number, all of which can be found on your entry proof. • If you are unable to contact the CPE through the hotline above, contact the school immediately instead. Minor illnesses • Students who are feeling unwell (e.g. nausea, slight fever, migraines or giddiness) in the course of the examination should immediately inform the invigilator in their examination venue. Important • If emergencies occur which may result in you being late for the exam (e.g. mrt breakdowns & floods etc), call the school immediately for advice on what to do. • Throughout the exam period, do remind one another of the dates and time of each paper regularly.