Next ESOL Examinations, March 2016
What to do during the speaking exams?
Take your passport/National ID/Postal ID and your timetable with you.
Be at the exam venue at least 30 minutes before the scheduled start time
Look at the exam signs and locate the speaking exams area.
The coordinator will check your photo IDs against the attendance register. Once this is checked, you must remain in the designated speaking exams area until your test.
While you are waiting to be examined, please keep quiet so as to avoid disrupting the exams of other candidates.
If there is an error in the spelling of your name, please inform the co-ordinator and he will make a note of the correction.
Switch of your mobile phone (and other electronic devices). Place your belongings in the area designated by your co-ordinator.
The speaking tests are in pair format. The invigilator will specify which of the other candidates will be paired with you, in accordance with the timetable.
In case of absences, the pairs will be re-arranged in order to avoid delays.
You will be given a personalised mark sheet; do not fold, crease or write on it. You must hand it to the examiner when you enter the room.
Where there is an uneven number, the last candidates taking the test will form a group of three. The exams cannot be conducted with a single candidate.