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How can schools apply for a split session?

International schools

If you do not have enough equipment or space for all of your candidates to take a practical or listening test at the same time, you may arrange one or more extra sessions on the same day. If you intend to hold extra sessions you must submit a timetable deviation request as soon as possible and at least four weeks before the day of the practical exam. You do not need to list the candidates concerned when submitting the form. However, you must make accurate seating plans and attendance records for each session and keep these until the end of the enquiries about results period. For practical tests, you must supply copies of the seating plan and attendance records with the supervisor’s report.

For more information, please refer to section 1.1.4 of the Cambridge Handbook - International, which can be downloaded from our public website here.

Schools should apply for a Timetable Deviation using an Preparation – Form 2 which is available from the Exams Officer section of our public website.

UK schools

If you do not have enough equipment or space for all of your candidates to take a practical or listening test at the same time, you may arrange one or more extra sessions on the same day. You must make accurate seating plans and attendance records for each session, and keep these until the end of the enquiries about results period. For practical tests you must supply copies of the seating plan and attendance records with the supervisor’s report.

For more information, please refer to section 1.1.2 of the Cambridge Handbook - UK, which can be downloaded from our public website here.

 

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