Examination Admittance Notification
Approximately three weeks before your exam, we will email you your admittance information. If you are sitting more than one exam, you will get a separate email and attached PDF admittance letter for each exam. The exam admittance letter will tell you:
- where and when your exam will be
- what you can take into the exam.
Check the date, time, and venue details on the admittance information carefully. If any details are incorrect, or you need to change your allocated venue or you have two exams scheduled at the same time, contact us using the details at the bottom of the page.
You need to print the exam admittance letter and take it to your exam along with your photo ID.
If you cannot print the letter, please contact us immediately. Our contact details are at the bottom of this page.
Learn more about what you need to know for exam day
Note: Our examination venues change from time to time. Ensure that you know the location of your examination centre and how to reach it.
Exam dates and venues, and what to do to change your venue
The examination admittance information we email you will include details about the approved materials you can take into the exam. You can also take:
- writing supplies – pens, ruler, highlighter
- any drawing instruments you may need (for example, drawing set, scale, flowchart template)
- materials as specified in the approved examination materials list below.
For information about the rules of what you can take into exams, and materials such as calculators, dictionaries, Government Acts or other materials refer to:
Approved examination materials (PDF, 87KB, opens in new window)
Exam materials we supply
We supply the following for your exam:
- the examination paper
- the booklet to complete your examination answers
- additional paper sheets if you fill your answer book.
You can not wear watches or have them on your desks during examinations.
You need to remove your watch and place it with personal belongings. This is to eliminate the possible use of smart watches in examinations.
All venues have clocks that are visible to learners.
Mobile phones must be switched off and left with your personal belongings until after the examination has concluded. Mobile phones can not be on your exam desk.
No electronic devices capable of storing, transmitting or receiving information (electronic diaries, personal organisers, pagers, electronic translation devices etc) are permitted in the exam.
If you have any questions about exam materials, admittance information or exam venues, contact the Services Team, Academic Registry on:
- freephone 0508 650 200.
Exam dates and venue information