The Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education Normal (Technical) Level (GCE N(T)-Level) examination is an annual national examination that is taken by the school and private candidates in Singapore.
Since 2008, the Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education (GCE) Normal Level examination has been segregated into the Singapore-Cambridge GCE Normal (Technical) Level (GCE N(T)-Level) and GCE Normal (Academic) Level (GCE N(A)-Level) examinations.
The GCE N(T)-Level examination is offered annually to:
- Students from mainstream schools in Singapore who are taking N(T) courses* in Secondary Four.
*The students who excel in specific subjects may be allowed to take the examinations for some subjects at the GCE Normal (Academic)-Level.
- Private candidates who have met the eligibility criteria to register for the GCE N(T)-Level examination.
The Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board, Ministry of Education (MOE) Singapore, and Cambridge Assessment International Education are the joint examining authorities for the GCE N(T)-Level examination.
School candidates may also register to sit for MOE-Institute of Technical Education (ITE) Applied Subjects, through their schools, in addition to the GCE N(T)-Level subjects.
These Applied Subjects are developed by the MOE, in collaboration with the ITE, and the ITE is the examining authority for the MOE-ITE Applied Subjects N(T)-Level examination.