UniWorld International School in Johor, is appointed as the first Designated Overseas Agent and Appointed Examination Centre by the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB) to conduct the Singapore International Primary School Examination (iPSLE).

The Singapore International Primary School Examination (iPSLE) is the international version of Singapore’s Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE), an examination offered to all pupils at the end of Primary Education. The iPSLE was introduced with the aim of providing benchmarking for overseas schools which are interested to benchmark against Singapore’s standard

If your child is thinking of studying overseas, taking the iPSLE is an exceptional benchmark of your child’s academic performance.

We look forward to hear from you and to see your child excel in this examination.  


The Singapore iPSLE is only offered to pupils who are non-Singaporeans studying in overseas schools. Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents would not be allowed to sit for the examination in Malaysia.

There is no restriction on the age requirement to take iPSLE. However, pupils who intend to seek admission to a Singapore secondary school at Secondary One must be at least 12 years old as at 1st January of the year of admission and have completed an equivalent of Primary Six.

Candidates are not allowed to sit for both iPSLE and PSLE in the same year of examinations. Candidates who are found to have registered with Singapore PSLE and iPSLE will only be allowed to sit for the Singapore PSLE. The application to iPSLE will be rejected and no refund will be made to the applicant. In the event when a candidate had sat for both PSLE and iPSLE in the same examination year, he/she would not receive the result of iPSLE and no appeals would be accepted.


Pupils may register for a minimum of one standard subject and up to a maximum of four standard subjects, namely English Language (EL), Mathematics (MA), Science (SC) and Chinese Language (CL) / Malay Language (ML) / Tamil Language (TL).

Where the candidature for a subject is less than ten, candidates may be asked to withdraw the subject.  

Useful Links:

General Information on Studying in Singapore


Information on Singapore Schools


Express Course Curriculum