You can use the Self-Assessment Tool to check a candidate's eligibility before you apply for an Employment Pass
or S Pass
|If the SAT shows that the candidate is
||You shouldn't apply for the Employment Pass because it will be rejected.
There is around a 90% chance that the candidate will get a pass.
The SAT does not guarantee the actual outcome of the application. This is because there are other checks such as your quota (for S Pass) and the candidate's history, that are not considered in this assessment.
The SAT assessment results can be downloaded as a PDF so that you can easily share it with relevant parties.
You need to be granted access to our EP eService
in order to access the enhanced SAT.
The COMPASS framework consists of individual and firm-level criteria, and details of the scores will be included in the enhanced SAT. Due to the sensitivity of the firm-level criteria, only users who are granted EP eService access can view these information.
In the SAT and the work pass application form, we have included a list of institutions that are commonly declared in work pass applications.
If your institution is not in the list, please enter its name as shown on the educational certificate.
If the qualification level that appears on your certificate is not in the list on the SAT, you can choose the equivalent level from the dropdown list.
You can choose not to declare the qualification in the SAT.
You can use the following web browsers:
- Chrome version 70 or higher (recommended)
- Firefox version 63 or higher
- Safari version 12 or higher
No, we don’t collect any data that allow us to identify you.
As the data you provide and outcome are not stored, you should save or print a copy of the assessment before you exit the SAT.
No. It is free and anyone can use it.