Frequently Ask Questions


1. How long will a polygraph test take?

The duration of a test is about 2 hours and will be conducted in our testing facilities in a private and comfortable room conditioned.


2. During the test, can the client be in the presence of the person who took the test?

The client is not allowed to be in the scene as it will cause distraction to the examinee.


3. How many questioned will be asked during the polygraph test.

A total 5 questions will be prepared by the examiner. The other 5 questions will be related to the nature of client’s preference.


4. Does the client entitled to a set of polygraph report at the end of the test?

The client will be provided with a set of polygraph report on the psycho physiological diagnostics.


5. What are the accuracies of the polygraph test results?

The forensic accuracies are approximately from 90% - 92%.


6. How, if the examiner took the test from your organisation and later went to another to conduct the same test and found the results is not the same?

The results from the both polygraph test will most likely be the same diagnostics results, if it was proper done by a qualified examiners.


7. Will the test results be in difference from the previous test and re-test result from the same examiners?

The results can be in difference depending on the type of tests and the exact question been asked on the examinee. Importantly the quality of examiner is a contributing factor.


8. Can a different polygraph machine get different results?

The test results may be similar if similar questions sequences are used.


9. How, if the polygraph results are different from the morning test and night test fall on the day?

The polygraph test results will be the same as it matters only if he/she if guilty or not.


10. Do you need a witness to be presence during the polygraph test?

You don’t need to have a witness to be in the presence of the scene.


11. How many polygraph examiners will be involved during the test?

There will only be one examiner to administer the testing.


12. How many polygraph machines will be used on the examinee?

Only 1 instrument will be used on the examinee.


13. Can the polygraph results used as court evidence?

Judicial system does not recognise polygraph as evidence. It is used as an investigative tool in many Singapore government’s agencies.




1. Do you conduct a polygraph test in overseas?

  • We can arrange for a polygraph test in any country.

  • Test Reports are given to the Client / Requester only.

  • Examinee identities and case information id protected.

  • No case access given to any 3rd parties.

  • Requesting person or company details are kept confidential



1. Does the polygraph report have an expiry date?

A polygraphs report does not have an expiry date.


2. Is there an official report provided after the test?

Yes, a summary of the diagnostic finding will be provided to the client.




1. How to engage your company to provide a polygraph test?

You can call us for an appointment. A test date and time will be given to you.


2. What type of document has to be signed from the client and the examinee who seat for the test?

A consent examination form is compulsory to be signed by both parties.


3. What is the content of the service contract?

It’s a one page data whereby it says that the hirer and the examinee given us the consent to provider them a polygraph examination, including of date, time and place to be test.