The British Council has been administering school exams for more than 75 years. We will make sure that everything runs smoothly on the day, so that you can concentrate on doing your best.
There are some important forms and materials that you will need to bring on the exam day. And of course, you need to know about your exams dates, venues and times. You can find all of this information via the links below.
If you have a disability or specific need, please see our information on making special arrangements.
Important exams information, Child Protection & collection of children from Examination venue process
We hope that you have collected your Statement of entry for your Cambridge/Edexcel examination from our office by now. If not kindly do so at the earliest as the exam session is about to begin. Please go through the venue letter and familiarise yourself with the venue in advance of your first examination date and all information relating to exams given in the “Notice to candidates”.
We believe that child protection requires everyone to take responsibility and that every child matters. We recognise that the care, protection and welfare of children is paramount and that all children have the right to be protected from all types of harm. A child is defined in the British Council as anyone who has not reached their 18th birthday (UNCRC 1989) irrespective of the age of majority in the country where the child is, or in their home country.
Please find the document containing important information to Candidates and Parents regarding School exams on Exam Day Key Information page.