1. Examination Date, Time and Venue

All examination dates, time and venue are set by ASIRS. Changes to the date, time and venue to accommodate individual’s requests will not be entertained, unless otherwise approved by ASIRS on a case-by-case basis.

2. Punctuality for Examination

Candidates are allowed to enter the examination hall 15 minutes before the examination is due to  commence. Candidates must be seated at their assigned desks at least 10 minutes before the start of examination.

Candidates are not allowed to enter the examination hall 15 minutes after the start of examination. They are also not allowed to leave the examination hall for the first 15 minutes and last 15 minutes of the examination. No candidate may leave the examination hall without the permission of the invigilator, who will arrange for an escort. Any candidate who leaves the examination hall without the permission from the invigilator will not be allowed to return to the examination hall.

3. Identification

All candidates must place their Student Card / NRIC / Passport on the top right-hand corner of the desk for the Invigilator to check when he/she marks the attendance. Students without the required identification will not be allowed to sit for the examination.

4. Dishonesty

Candidates who are caught cheating or attempting to cheat during the examination will not be allowed to continue with the examination. A fail grade will be awarded to the candidate automatically.

5. Absence from Examination

Students who are absent from an examination must produce an official document (e.g. medical letter from a general practitioner or letter from employer) within 2 working days from the date of the examination. Students will be allowed to take the supplementary examination as their Deferred Examination. There will not be any Supplementary Examination for students who failed their Deferred Examination. Students who are absent from an examination and who are unable to produce an official document will be deemed to have sat for and failed the examination.

6. Application for Deferred Examination

Students who are unable to sit for a particular examination on the scheduled date are required to submit the relevant document(s) to ASIRS prior to the examination. Approval for a deferred examination will be granted at the sole discretion of ASIRS.

7. Release of Results

Results will be released 1 week from last assessment submission date via ASIRS examination system. Students who have already passed a module cannot be re-assessed or re-take that module in order to improve their module results.