1. I haven’t received my statement of entry, what do I do?
Statements of entry are sent 3-4 weeks before the commencement of the examination session. They
are sent to schools/private candidates by post. Sometimes there might delays with the post. Wait until a
week before the examinations begin and if you still do not receive it get in touch with us and we will
produce a new one.
2. The wrong details appear on my statement of entry, what do I do?
Please fax through to 22585129 a copy of the statement of entry with the corrections that need to be
made. Make sure that you include your telephone number on the fax in case we need to contact you to
clarify something. Please note that you will not see the correction until you receive the statement of results. If the mistake remains, then please contact us as soon as possible.
3. I lost my statement of entry, what do I do?
Please contact us as soon as possible in order to reproduce a new one.
4. What happens when a candidate forgets to take his/her statement of entry to the examination?
A note will be made on the attendance register. It is imperative for the candidate to have some form of
identification otherwise he/she will not be allowed to take the examination.
5. What happens when a candidate forgets to take his/her ID to the examination?
They will be asked to present their ID in person the next day to the respective BC centre, town
6. I have registered for a subject but it does not appear on my statement entry.
Please contact us as soon as possible in order to enquire why this has happened.
7. I have two subjects which have been scheduled on the same day and time.
This constitutes a clash. Please fax your statement(s) of entry to 22585129, ensure that you have
included a contact number and we will inform you of the special arrangements, any administration fee
that needs to be paid a few days before the examination. Usually one of the examinations starts earlier,
a supervised break follows and then the other examination takes place. Candidates are advised to bring
some food and drinks with them since they will not be able to leave the examination venue and/or room.
8. When and where are the examinations taking place?
Information about examination timetables can be obtained directly from the websites of the respective
examination boards. Local details about venues and start times are provided together with the
statements of entry.