Our application process is very simple and straightforward. Start by applying on our online Exam Entry Form then fill the form in very carefully, using CAPITAL LETTERS. Please note: for GCSE exams, select the correct tier: Letter H stands for Higher tier, letter F stands for Foundation tier. For example, if you are taking AQA Maths exam (8300) write 8300F if you wish to sit Foundation and 8300H for Higher tier.

Note: UCI / ULN number – if you have taken public exams in the UK before, this will be printed on your previous results. It has 13 characters (12 letters and a digit). Please make sure you give us correct number, as this is very important. If you don’t have a UCI / ULN number, please write NO UCI / ULN in the space provided. We will issue you with a new number.

Due to GDPR data protection we must advise any applicant without a UCI / ULN to visit https://www.gov.uk website and search for a document called “LRS Privacy Notice” prior to searching or creating these details for a candidate.

You are required to make full payment for your exam(s) once you have completed the online application. (We accept most forms of payment or cash if in person, please contact us for alternative forms of payment) Please note: when making bank transfer, please use the ‘reference’ field to make notes for us – so we can easily identify your payment. For example: Joe Bloggs reference will be first 3 letters of first name, the first initial of surname and the month of exam i.e. JoeBJun. You will not need to notify us of payment as this will be automatic. You will receive an email of payment being made.

When we receive your complete application and received payment, we will register you for your exams with the examination boards. The board (or boards) will then send us confirmation of your exam registration – known as Statement of Entry, which we will forward to you. Please keep this document safe.

The Statement of Entry will have your details on it, and the details of all the exams you entered for within that board. You will be required to bring this document to each of your exams. Statement of Entry displays your exam dates and time (AM or PM) Our AM exam starts at 9.00am – please arrive at 8.45am. Our PM exam starts at 1.00pm – please arrive at 12.45pm. If you are late for your exam, you may not be allowed to sit the exam in addition it is not our responsibility to remind any candidate of exam dates and times.

Exam Day

On your exam day please arrive on time – morning session between 8.30 -8.45am and afternoon session between 12.30 and 12.45pm. If you arrive late for your exam, you may not be permitted to enter the examination room.

Please go straight to the reception desk and show your ID and Statement of Entry. You will be allocated to a specific examination room. Please wait in the waiting room until you are called to your exam. Use this time to check that you have everything you need for your exam – for example pencil, black pen, calculator, water bottle (no label allowed), texts (when permitted), etc.
Please take the time to read the posters displayed in the waiting room: Information for Candidates, Mobile Phone poster, Warning to Candidates – which will also be displayed outside and inside your examination room.

Please take the time to read the posters displayed in the waiting room: Information for Candidates, Mobile Phone poster, Warning to Candidates – which will also be displayed outside and inside your examination room.

If you have a mobile phone with you, switch it off and leave with your belongings in a secure place in reception. If you take it with you to the examination room, you must hand in your mobile phone to the invigilator before the examination starts. If you are found to have any unauthorised materials on you, you will be asked to leave the examination room and you will be disqualified from your examinations.

When you enter the examination room, please have your candidate number to hand, as you will be seated in the candidate number order. This is a 4-digit number, which will be printed on your Statement of Entry. You are now ready to start your examination, please follow your invigilator’s orders.

Good luck with your exams!

Useful websites – Search exam timetables, find exam entry codes:

AQA: www.aqa.org.uk
EDEXCEL: qualifications.pearson.com
OCR: www.ocr.org.uk
iCambridge: www.cambridgeinternational.org

Revision Courses

Revision course details for Maths, English & Science will appear here throughout the academic year. Please make sure you check the website frequently to check when your next revision course will take place. Please ensure that you register early to avoid disappointment. Alternatively contact examsofficer@intuitioncentres.com

Exam Results

On your application form you would have selected either to collect the certificate by person (free of cost) or secure delivery through the post £10 cost. Initially we will receive the results on our systems and will email/ SMS Message you the result. The actual certificate will arrive at the IEC after a month of the results.

Results are issued on the following days:

Cambridge International AS & A Level – 10th January
Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge O Level – 17th January
GCSE English and Maths Resits – 17th January

Post results services are as follows:

If you’re unhappy about an exam result, you can ask us for a clerical re-check or review of marking (‘reviews of results’), or we can send you the marked paper (‘access to scripts’). Please see below for more information

Note: Fees are per unit/Paper – Not per subject

Post Result ServiceDescriptionCost (per paper)
Service 1Clerical recheck of all procedures leading to the issue of a result£26.00 (per paper)
Service 2Review of marking to ensure that the agreed mark scheme has been applied correctly£50.00 (per paper)
Service 3Priority review of marking (as above) for Level 3 (A Levels) where a University place is at stake£55.00 (per paper)
ATSAccess to Scripts – copy script£25.00 (per paper)
ATSAccess to Scripts (Edexcel Only) copy script£15

Payment will be required prior to any request being issued to the Awarding Organisation. If you feel you would benefit from one of these services (on or after results’ day), please get in touch and we will guide you through the process.

Results can go down as well as up. Please consider this carefully before making a final decision. All requests 2 weeks.