Candidates are responsible for maintaining their own exam timetables, they should make note of when each of their exams are and ensure they attend promptly for every session.
2+ Blue/Black ball point pens
2+ Sharp pencils1 ruler
1 calculator without a case
1 bottle of water without label.
1 small packet of sweets or mints.
**All equipment should be carried in a clear plastic pencil case or plastic wallet, this will be checked before every exam**.
AM – examination start 7.55
PM – examination start 12.45
For AM starts you should aim to be in school for 7.30 at the latest
For PM starts you should be waiting by the examination room for 12.30
If the retake exam is in the afternoon, you don’t need to attend the morning lessons.
Students arriving late may not be allowed into the exam room which will result in a failure logged for that element of their course.
Phones and any other electronic devices must be switched off and in your bags
– Always have an early night the day before an exam: the temptation is to revise all night before an exam but this does not help, it actually damages your chances.
– Always have a good breakfast or lunch before an exam: if your hungry during an exam, your concentration will be poor.
Always go to the toilet before an exam: every minute counts so don’t waste them going to the bath – room.
-,Never panic if you’re unsure of a question: move on and come back to the question later in the exam.
– Try to enjoy your exams: your teachers have done everything they can to ensure you can answer every question, just relax, take your time and enjoy proving how much you have learnt.