Wednesday 18 December 2019


1. You are required to appear for the examination(s) at the centre(s) under which you are registered
unless otherwise advised by the Council in writing.
2. You are required to observe all instructions given to you by the Supervisor, Invigilators or
Officers of the Council responsible for the conduct of the examinations.
3. You are required to attend punctually at the time shown on your timetable. If you arrive more
than half an hour late for an examination, you will not be admitted.
4. After the first half-hour, you may leave as soon as you have finished your paper and handed in
the script to the Supervisor/Invigilator. You may leave the room temporarily at any time after
the first half-hour but only with the permission of the invigilator.
5. You may bring into the examination room only instruments which are specifically permitted.
If you are suspected of cheating or attempting to cheat, or assisting someone else to cheat,
the facts will be reported to the Council. You may in consequence be disqualified from the
examination and excluded from all future examinations of the Council. Any notes or other
unauthorised material found in the examination room may be retained by the Council at its
6. Communication, verbal or otherwise, between candidates is not allowed during the examination.
If any candidate wishes to communicate with the invigilator he should raise his hand to attract
7. You must write your examination number correctly on every answer sheet of the answer
booklet/answer sheet used. Using anybody else’s examination number is considered a case of
dishonesty that may lead to cancellation of examination results. Names, initials or any other
mark that would identify a candidate should never be written on answer books or sheets of
8. If you are found guilty of dishonesty in connection with the examination you may be disqualified
in the entire examination.
9. You should not write any notes on your question paper. Use the last pages of your answer
booklet to do rough work but ensure that you cross to indicate that it is not something to be
10. You should not take anything from the examination room, unless instructed otherwise. You
should not destroy any paper or material supplied in the examination room.
11. Write in blue or black ink or ball pen. Draw in pencil.
12. Smoking is not permitted in the examination room.
13. Private candidates should produce a letter from the Council allowing them to sit for the particular
examination at the prescribed centre, otherwise they will not be allowed to sit for examination.
However, they are strictly not allowed to write anything in their letters.
14. The examination will continue as scheduled even if it falls on a public holiday.


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