International Education Assessment Exams: International GCSE, AS/A Levels
International Education Assessment EXAM timetable
International Exam timetables for different zones
It is essential that you use the correct version of the timetable for your zone.
If you are unsure which administrative zone you are in, please peruse the Administrative zone section.
International Exams through British Council
ALL APPLICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO BRITISH COUNCIL APPROVAL (due to limited spaces available)
The registration process for private candidates:
Applying for special concessions
For International GCSE and AS/A level external school exams: If you require special administration, for example extra time or special exams supervision due to a clash of exam papers, you will need to contact us at least six weeks before your first exam.
If your circumstances require a special test version to be prepared, You will need to provide a recent Educational Psychologist's or medical certificate along with your special need request.
WHAT DOCUMENTS DO I NEED TO SUBMIT?
Your application must be supported by medical evidence, which should meet the following criteria:
be legible and either in English or in the local language
be an original document on headed paper and bearing the name, relevant qualification(s) and signature of a recognised practitioner
give a clear statement of the candidate’s disability
make it clear how the disability justifies special arrangements.
The medical evidence/Educational Psychologists report must be in the form of a report prepared in a period no more than two years before the exam date.
WHAT TYPE OF SUPPORT CAN I EXPECT FROM CAMBRIDGE?
If you have a diagnosed learning difficulty or medically confirmed physical difficulty you may be able to request special administrative arrangements, including:
extra time: 25-100 per cent extra time depending on your need
supervised breaks during the examination
use of a computer
an amanuensis (a person who will write down your answers)
a scribe/copier (verbatim transcript)
speaking test: standard format, with a ‘dummy partner’ or in single format
Instructions for completing the International Education
exam registration forms
The correct syllabus/option codes MUST be filled in on the registration form. NO refunds for using the wrong code
The syllabus code/number is a four digit number.
The option code can be one or two digits long and will always start with a letter.
This code indicates the combination of exam components you will be sitting
A copy of your ID or passport or birth certificate, a recent passport size photo and the proof of payment must accompany the registration form.
Payments need to accompany the registration form for applications to be accepted.
Fees are payable in South African Rand. Visit the Exam Fees Page for the applicable exam fees.
Art and Design & Computer Science Students
You need to register well before the registration closing date, to allow enough time to collect and work through the pre-release paper.
British Council and Sagan Centre registration dates for Oct/Nov 2019 exam session
20 June 2019 - 31 July 2019
1 Aug 2019 - 7 Sept 20189
June 2019 series retakes registration period:
8 Aug 2019 - 15 Sept 2019