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  • Check the date, time and address of your exam. This information will be given to you by your local examiner.
  • 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.

  • Bring your identification, for example a passport. It must be an original and still valid (not expired). ID card, drivers' license or Residential Permit are fine as well.
  • Do not bring food or drinks to your desk in the exam room (except water in a white transparent bottle).
  • Bring along a hardcopy of your Entry Statement and a pen.


  • Do not bring bags, jackets, etc. to your desk.
  • 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


  • 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 question or problems, tell the supervisor.

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