Exam centres have the option of whether or not to accept you or your child as a private candidate for their exams. They are not required to do so. But if you follow the guidelines below, you will make it easier for them to accept your entry.
• Contact your chosen exam centre before enrolling a Wolsey Hall course to check that they will accept you or your child for your proposed sitting (either May/June or October/November). Note that many centres, particularly in the Northern hemisphere, do not offer a October/November sitting.
• Apply for exam registration as early as possible.
• On receipt of your entry, your centre will issue you with a ‘Statement of Entry’. Check carefully that the information there is correct. Contact the centre at once if it is not.
• If you require access arrangements, make sure your chosen centre is aware of this. Most will do their best to accept you if they have the facilities. They will advise you of the evidence they will need to submit your application to the exam board, and how you can obtain it.
• Be punctual for the exam. If you’re late, you may not be allowed to sit the exam. If you have a problem in getting the centre on time, telephone the Exams Officer at once.
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