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Getting ready for your CEI Exam?

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No matter where you are in the world, one thing always remains the same – exams are stressful! Today we turn our focus on the CEI exam used in Singapore. The CEI exam is an important one for those of you working in employment agencies, as it demonstrates your knowledge of the important laws to do with. 

The Certificate of Employment Intermediaries (CEI) exam is a computer-based exam that contains MCQs for different areas of employment law. Many people will have to take the basic exam. However, there is a more advanced version for key appointment holders (KAH) and a few other workers. There is a lot of stuff to learn for it, but there are courses available to help you through it. For those of you feeling confident, you are welcome to take the exam without even going to the course. Although do remember that if you don’t pass the first exam, you do have to do the course before trying again next time, so do think carefully about how you prepare! If you want a little more information, check out the Ministry of Manpower website, which has a few more specific details about the exam. 

Dougles Chan, a veteran when it comes to the CEI exam, has noticed the rise in its difficulty. He aptly points out that the keywords and the way in which the questions are asked seem to be more important. All in all, this highlights the importance of preparing well in advance.

An example question from our CEI content on Synap

Whether you’re interested in doing your CEI exam or currently preparing for it, be sure to check out some of our best CEI content from Cody, a member of the Synap community from BI Norwegian School of Management Business studies. CEI has been gaining  popularity around the world with some tests clocking up 1500 attempts already!

Get started with Synap today, and let our Spaced Repetition algorithms help you to pass the exam with flying colours!

Indrajeet Mandal
A medical student with a keen interest in education and enterprise. He has completed an intercalated BSc in Neuroscience has experience UCL Entrepreneurs as a director of startup support.
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