Registration process for school exams co-ordinators below:
Exam registration for school exams co-ordinators
Step 1: Receive exam session information
If you are a British Council attached centre, you will receive a series of emails from us with all exam session details, including:
- registration dates and fees
- key dates and timetables
- access arrangements
- instructions to candidates.
WHEN TO REGISTER
Find out about the different exam registration deadlines.
Submit your entry form well in advance of the registration deadline. This is important so that you have time to check it and send any amendments before the deadline. There are additional fees for late registration and for making amendments after the deadline.
Step 2: Submit your school exam entry form
If you are a British Council attached centre, you are responsible for entering your students for school exams.
Download and print the exam registration forms for your school students. To complete their forms, students will need:
- Three recent and identical coloured passport-size photographs. Three photos are required for each exam board.
- A clear photocopy of a valid Computerised National ID Card (CNIC) or passport.
Withdrawal and refunds
If one of your students wishes to withdraw from an exam, it is important that you inform us as soon as possible. Find out about withdrawal and refunds.Withdrawal and refunds
Step 3: Make payment
Schools must pay any invoices received before the end of each registration period.
Schools can pay via cheque, cash, and bank deposit or bank transfer to the British Council using the following bank details:
The British Council, East Jerusalem
Bank Account Number 9110-458000-570
SWIFT Code ARABPS22110
Send your stamped bank deposit slip to the British Council Examinations Officer in charge.
Please note: your students' applications will not be processed until payment has been received.
Step 4: Registration complete
You have now successfully registered for school exams with the British Council.
You will receive your students' Statements of Entry and information about examination venues approximately three weeks before their exams.