The exam day is an important day for most candidates. Therefore, being prepared for the day will guarantee a smooth procedure and make the examination a pleasant experience. For more tips, please watch the videos below.
1. Before the exam
Check the date, time and address of your exam. We will send you this information as an Entry Statement about 10 days prior to your exam. If you have any questions, contact us here: Assistance for Candidates
Remember to check how long it will take you to travel to the exam, especially if your exam is at a weekend or on a holiday.
Get to the exam early! Follow the direction signs to find the exam room or go to the reception of the building and ask for directions.
2. Things to bring to the exam
Bring your identification document (no copies) to the exam! Passport, personal ID, residence permit, driver's license are accepted. All candidates are required to present a VALID and non-expired identification on all exam days. Further details
Bring along a printed copy of your Entry Statement
Bring the signed Consent Form, if required
Electronic items such as laptops, tablets/ipads, e-readers, cameras, digital sound recorders, mp3 players must NOT be taken to the exam as they are not permitted into the exam room.
Small pencil case
3. During the exam
Mobile phones and smartwatches can be taken to the exam but must be switched off. Candidates will be instructed to place these items in a dead-zone bag on the floor next to the candidate desk and cannot be accessed at any time during the exam or in the breaks.
Do not bring bags, jackets, etc. to your desk.
Do not bring food or drinks to your desk in the exam room (except water in a whitetransparent PET bottle).
Listen carefully to the instructions which the supervisor will read out.
Do not talk to other people, or try to see what they are writing.
There will be a clock in the exam room to help you with your timing
4. At the end of each paper
Give all papers to the supervisor or invigilator, including question papers, answer sheets, rough paper, etc.
Always stay in your seat until the supervisor gives you permission to leave the room.
If you have any questions or problems, tell the supervisor.