Sitting for assessments

Assessment timetables

The starting times of examinations may differ slightly in different countries and at different centres. Check the information provided by your local examination centre, and discuss any queries with them.
You may have to sit two examinations in one day. If this is the case, you will usually sit one in the morning and one in the afternoon (unless otherwise stated).

Timetables

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How the exams work

All Module A exams are grouped together in one exam booklet and are taken on the same day in the same sitting. The same applies to Modules B, C, D, and Double Module exams.

If you are sitting more than one exam per day, these are taken consecutively.

Module A Exams
Date: Monday 26 October 2020

Module B Exams
Date: Wednesday 28 October 2020

Module C Exams
Date: Friday 30 October 2020

Module D Exams
Date: Monday 02 November 2020

Double Module Exams
Date: Wednesday 04 November 2020

Each module is assessed individually by one 45 minute unseen online timed assessment.

Double modules are assessed by one 90 minute unseen online timed assessment.

Each module is allocated ten minutes reading time and each double module is allocated fifteen minutes reading time.

You will also have 30 minutes extra added to allow you to download the question paper and check and upload your completed answers.

Example of how your time should be allocated if you are sitting one exam:

10 mins reading time
45 mins writing time

30 mins extra to upload
 
Total  - 1 hour 25 mins total

Example of how your time should be allocated if you are sitting a double module:

15 mins reading time
90 mins writing time

30 mins extra to upload

Total - 2 hour 15 mins total

If you are sitting more than one exam you will have 30 minutes extra to upload all exams.