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Check that any charts, diagrams, etc. have been cleared from the walls

Write the following on the whiteboard (or flipchart):

  • the centre number
  • subject title, paper number
  • the actual starting and finishing time, and date of each examination.

  • Check there is a wall clock in good working order, showing the correct time and visible to all.
  • Check in advance with the exams officer which candidates, if any, have been granted access arrangements, e.g. 25% extra time, supervised rest breaks.

  • Identify the fire evacuation point and procedure for the exam venue
  • Explain this to the students before the exam gets underway
  • Store personal belongings away from desks and keep gangways clear

Click here to access the 'Unauthorised Items' poster.

  • Display this on entry to the classroom
  • Warn candidates that they must give you any unauthorised materials before the exam commences

Click here to access the 'Warning to Candidates' poster.

  • Display this on entry to the exam room
  • Explain the rules to the candidates before the exam gets underway

Seat learners according to the seating plan contained within the exam registration form. Desks should be:

  • a minimum of 1.25m apart
  • facing forwards where at all possible
  • level and stable

  • One invigilator should position themselves to the front of the room and one at the back (where possible)
  • A clear view of all candidates should be maintained from both vantage points throughout the exam

Ensure the room is well lit and ventilated and adjustments can be made as needed.

Ensure the room is a comfortable temperature and adjustments can be made as needed.

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