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Please note: Ensure you are now using only a desktop or a laptop with Google Chrome browser to proceed to "Submit online registration form here". Mobile phones, ipads and tablets are not supported.
After making payment via AXS station, click here to fill up the Online Registration Form.
This year, TMUA test is held on the same day as the GCE A-level Chemistry practical exam. Candidates who are taking the Chemistry practical exam are advised to register early and you must inform your schools if you are taking TMUA by 1st week of September 2023. Your school could then schedule you on an earlier slot for your Chemistry Practical exam.
RELC Examinations Bureau (RELC EB) has been appointed by Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing to administer Test of Mathematics for University Admission for candidates currently attending or have graduated from a school/college/polytechnic in Singapore.
To view the list of approved institutions under the Singapore School Systems, please click here.
♦ Universities and Colleges Admissions Service application (UCAS) is required for candidates wishing to apply to Universities that accept TMUA results. ♦ Candidates will have to enter your UCAS Personal ID on the RELC Online Registration Form. You can obtain the UCAS Personal ID by creating a UCAS account first at UCAS’s website. The UCAS Personal ID is used in matching candidates to their University application. ♦ TMUA will be conducted via Paper-based in Year 2023. ♦ Candidates applying for Economics [L100] are now required to take Test of Mathematics for University Admissions (TMUA) as part of your application.
1 September 2023
28 September 2023 before 11:00 pm
♦ Payment must be made first via a physical AXS station.
♦ After payment, the Online Registration Form must then be submitted to RELC EB by the next day. For payment made on 28 September, Online Registration Form must then be submitted to RELC on the same day. Entries will not be accepted after this period.
LAST DAY for Modified Question Paper Request
LAST DAY for Access Arrangement request
♦ Candidates must submit their Access Arrangement Request (e.g. extra time, use of laptop) with supporting documents by this date.
LAST DAY for Withdrawal
All withdrawal requests must be submitted to RELC EB by 5:00 pm Singapore time, on this date.
LAST DAY for Request of Refund of TMUA Standard Entry Fee
♦ All completed refund forms and relevant supporting documents must be submitted to RELC EB by 5:00 pm Singapore time, on this date.
♦ Only TMUA Standard Entry Fee is refundable. The Centre Administration Fee is non-refundable and non-transferable.
An administrative fee of SGD54.00 inclusive of GST will apply for all refunds.
TMUA takes place at 3.00 pm.
TMUA Online Results Release Date
♦ Results will be released on this date via Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing Metritests System.
♦ Results are not sent to institutions automatically except for University of Cambridge (you will need to indicate on the Online Registration form). You will need to use the Metritests system to select which institutions to receive your results.
♦ Only share results with institutions/courses to which you have already applied or intend to apply via UCAS. Shared results that are not supported by a UCAS application will not be considered by any UK institutions.
Important points to take note: 1. Please read the Guide on how to complete the Online Registration Form. 2. You must use a desktop/laptop with Chrome browser to access the Online Registration Form. Mobile phone and tablet are not supported. 3. If you already have an existing account with RELC, please DO NOT create another account. Kindly sign-in with the email you have registered with RELC when you first created the account. If you are unsure which email you had used in the past to create an account Or you wish to change the email, please email RELC EB at email@example.com 4. For payment made from 1 September 2023 - 27 September 2023, the Online Registration Form must be submitted to RELC EB by the next day. 5. For payment made on 28 September 2023 before 11:30 pm, the Online Registration Form must be submitted to RELC EB on the same day.
Registration will only be confirmed upon successful payment of the test to RELC EB AND upon receipt of relevant documents by RELC EB.
28 September 2023
SGD 396.20 (Inclusive of GST)
Via a physical AXS Station
Note: There will be no refund of the total fees if candidates are found to be ineligible to register for the Test of Mathematics for University Admission through RELC EB or candidates have registered for the incorrect admission test. Test fee consists of Standard Entry Fee and Centre Administration Fee. For any withdrawal request submitted by 28 September 2023, 5:00 pm Singapore Time, only Standard Entry Fee is entitled to a refund, subject to a SGD 54.00 inclusive of GST admin processing fee. Please refer to Withdrawal and Refund section for more details.
Test fee consists of Standard Entry Fee and Centre Administration Fee.
For any withdrawal request submitted by 28 September 2023, 5:00pm Singapore Time, only Standard Entry Fee is entitled to a refund. There will be no refund of total fees even if you have registered for the incorrect admission test.
An administrative fee of SGD 54.00 inclusive of GST will apply for all refunds.
For withdrawal requests,
♦ All refund requests and supporting documents that are required to be duly completed must reach RELC EB by 28 September 2023 5:00pm Singapore time. Any late or incomplete submission of the refund form and required supporting documents will not be entertained and any payment made will be forfeited
Refund will be reimbursed directly to the applicant’s nominated bank account through PayNow.
There will be no refund of any fees for withdrawal request submitted to RELC after 28 September 2023 5:00pm.
No interest is payable on any sum owed or owing to the applicant.
RELC EB reserves the right to offset the amount of any overpayment made in error against any liability of the applicant (including any future debt) that may be owing to RELC EB.
RELC EB reserves the right at any time to change the condition for refund without prior notice.
Candidates are required to bring the following documents on the test day: 1. Letter of Notification from RELC EB 2. NRIC/Foreign Identification Document
Permitted Writing Instruments / Items
The focus of the Test of Mathematics for University Admission is on mathematical thinking.
It uses mathematics you will have already learned in your school studies, so there is no need to take a preparation course or to do much preparation beyond familiarising yourself with the test format and style of questions. We recommend that you read the test specification and answer the specimen papers under timed test conditions.
Please click here to download free specimen papers and the test specification.
Your score on the test will be based on your overall performance on both papers and will be given on a scale of 1.0 to 9.0, with 1.0 being the lowest and 9.0 the highest. You will also be given a score for each of the two papers that make up the test, both on the 1.0 to 9.0 scale, but these two scores are for information only and do not form part of your formal test result. The full list of degrees which will take the scores for the TMUA into account can be found when candidates log on to Metritests to check their scores and allocate them to the University. All results will be released via Metritests system on 28 November 2023. Follow three easy steps:
If you do not make your selection using the Metritests system, your test results will not be provided to the institution.
Please note, once your results have been published you cannot remove an institution or course from the results website – the institution(s) will instantly receive your results.
If candidates think that something might have affected their performance during their test, such as temporary illness, injury or problems with the administration of the test, candidates are able to apply for special consideration.
Please click here for infomation.
Deadline to apply for Results Enquiry is 5 December 2023. Please click here for information.