Exam Times: Morning Examinations 9.05 am Afternoon Examinations: 1.30 pm
Candidates should be in school at least 30 minutes before each examination to secure any prohibited items in lockers, and in the circus at least 15 minutes before the official start time.
Never rely on anyone else’s timetable; their arrangements may differ from yours
Lateness to Examinations
Please make every effort to be on time, allow plenty of time to cover the possibility of heavy traffic or other delays. If you are delayed, whenever possible call the school to keep us advised, as soon as you arrive present yourself to an invigilator / the examinations officer.
Illness / Special Consideration
If illness or other misfortune prevents you from attending an examination, you must notify the school immediately 020 656 9541 and obtain a doctor’s note / relevant evidence. There is every possibility that something can be done but you must keep the school informed.
Coats, bags, books, notes, mp3/4 players, iPods, mobile phones, programmable calculators / watches or any other electronic devices are not permitted in the exam room. Anyone found in possession of these items, especially mobile phones, risks disqualification from all exams.
A full list of rules is included in the “Warning to Candidates” poster. Please read it.
During the exams, students must consult the daily timetable outside Trinity Concert Hall daily, particularly with regard to room allocations.
All candidates taking any of the exams listed for a session must arrive at the beginning of the officially timetabled session.
When there is a clash of subjects, additional arrangements will be made regarding timing and sequence. If several papers are scheduled to start at the same time, some will run sequentially, but where the duration of the exams exceed three hours papers will need to be moved from an AM to a PM session, or vice versa. Affected candidates will be advised on their individual cases by email by Friday 18th March.