You can avoid any stress or delays on your exam day by bringing all of the correct forms and equipment. 

BEFORE YOU SET OFF:

  • Aim to arrive 15 minutes before the start of the exam. 
  • Allow plenty of time for traffic or travel disruption (and always have an alternative travel plan in mind).

THINGS TO BRING TO THE EXAM ROOM:

  • Personal identification e.g. National ID card or passport.
  • Statement of Entry.
  • Pens and pencils in a CLEAR bag.
  • Basic calculator (of a type approved by your exam board).
  • Any extra equipment needed for your subject.

REMEMBER: 

  • No mobile phones, or any other electronic devices, are allowed in exam rooms.
  • Don’t bring valuable belongings.

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Find out how to make special arrangements

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WHAT IS A STATEMENT OF ENTRY?

A Statement of Entry is a document that confirms your exam registration. It will include a list of your chosen subjects and the exam dates for each module, as well as your name, date of birth and school.