Registration for Public Examinations

Once you are sure of which public examinations you will be taking please complete and return the relevant examination registration form to the Registrar of Examinations at

If you have taken any public examinations in the last few years then you will have a UCI (Unique Candidate Identifier) number.  This consists of 12 numbers followed by one letter.  It is crucial that you provide us with this number as it identifies you to the examination board.  It can be found on any statement of results or exam certificate you have.  If you cannot find it then please contact your last examination centre before completing your application to avoid delays in processing.

On receipt of your application form the Registrar of Examinations will check your application and then contact you with a confirmation of entry proposal (invoice).  This invoice must be paid before any examinations can take place.

To enable the accurate identification of candidates you will need to bring photographic ID, such as a passport, to your examinations.

Download the registration forms for examinations.

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