**Notes for Written Exams**
Please note that it is your responsibility to ensure that the exams you want to take are available to private candidates during the session indicated and that you fully understand and follow the exam board’s regulations/procedures. You must ensure that the details you provide are correct and that the exams do not clash with others you take.
You are strongly advised to find out the date & time of your exams independently (from the relevant exam board’s website) as the Statement of Entry that contains this information is sent by post and cannot, therefore, be guaranteed to reach you before the date of your first exam. This is particularly important if you late-register.
Please note that details of the exam hall venue(s) and scheduling are published on our website before the exam session as well as being posted to you.
You must comply with examination regulations at all times.
If you are eligible for access arrangement (extra time / use of computer) you must provide an original of the psychological/medical assessment when you register. If any of the exams require pre-release/case study information please inform us when you register.
If you have changed exam boards/specifications between AS & A2 and require an AS transfer, please provide all details (and submit a the JCQ Transfer of AS Award form to the exams officer).
In rare cases, you may be contacted if high numbers of exam registrations mean that we have to split an exam session. In such instances, you must come to the exam venue to be supervised until the later session, so should allow for 3 hours duration of each exam session.
Please note that mobile phones, coats, bags etc. that you bring to the exam hall are left at your own risk.
You must bring photo ID (Passport/Driving Licence/National ID card) and your Statement(s) of Entry to each exam and must be on time.
Before the exam board’s registration deadline, refunds incur a 10% administration fee. If registered and then removed, refunded exam entries incur a 50% administration fee. Once the exam board’s deadline has passed, no refunds are possible unless there are exceptional, documented, circumstances. At all times, this decision is at the discretion of the exam board.