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For information about where you can take the test, visit the How to register page.
Yes, you can withdraw your entry for the test. Your Exams Officer will need to do this for you. Your entry can only be withdrawn until Monday 15 October 2019. If your entry is withdrawn by 15 October, your entry fee will be refunded.
Candidates can take only pencils, pens and erasers into the examination. For each question, candidates should indicate their one chosen answer by shading the appropriate circle on the answer sheet using soft pencil.
Calculators and dictionaries are not allowed in the examination.
No. Extra time is not allowed for candidates without English as their first language.
Access Arrangements are available if you have a disability or special requirement, and are entitled to support for other exams.
You need to inform your centre of any special requirements when they register you for the test.
Your centre will:
For more information about Access Arrangements, please visit our Useful documents section.
Requests for special consideration are used to indicate to institutions that a candidate suffered temporary illness, injury or indisposition at the time of the assessment. They may also be used to indicate that there were problems with an aspect of the administration of the test, such as a fire alarm during the test session.
For more information, and to fill in an online form, please visit our Useful documents section.
You need to inform the test centre that you have lost your login details. The centre will contact us and a number of security checks will take place before your login details are reissued.
Alternatively, the test centre can provide you with your results. However it cannot release them to the institution for you.
If an institution/course is not listed then it’s not registered as using the test as part of its admissions process. Results cannot be released to unregistered institutions. Please contact the institution and if they wish to receive results, ask them to contact us to become registered.
Institutions use test results in different ways. To find out more about how your results will be used as part of the admissions process, contact the institution(s).
Yes, you can submit a Results Enquiry. For more information, and to fill in an online form, please see the Results Enquiries section of our Useful documents page.
For certain tests, if a candidate thinks a Malpractice case or a Results Enquiry outcome was incorrectly handled, they can submit an Appeal. For more information, and to fill in an online form, please see the Appeals section of our Useful documents page.
If there is a change to your results before you share them with your chosen institution(s), this will be reflected in the results as they appear on Metritests. If your results change after you have shared them with the institution(s), you will need to tell the institution(s) that your results have changed as they may have already seen your original result. You may want to inform the institution in advance that you have made a Results Enquiry or Appeal if your results have already been passed to them.