- Exam registration through associate schools:
Your school will provide you with the registration form for the A level examination. You are supposed to complete the form and then get it returned to the appropriate authority in you school.
The school will be responsible for managing your exam registration process and they will link with the British Council on your behalf. The school receives the payment from you and they will be the ones to pay the British council on your behalf.
Once your school has completed all the payment and registration process on your behalf, then British council will convey all necessary examination information to your school and you will have to liaise with your school authorities to obtain the information.
The information that will be sent to you through your school includes all instructions related to the examination. They will also send the timetable of the examination, the venue of exam and the Statement of Entry.
The Statement of Entry is the document you must take along with you to the examination venue. Failure to bring this document along may prevent you from being able to sit for the examination.
The British Council will get the information across to you maximum of 3 weeks from the date of the examination.
- Exam registration for private students:
As a private student, you will be the one to carry out all the processes involved in the registration. The process is however easy to follow. First thing to do is to visit the British council website and request for school exam entry form.
Download the form on their website and fill it properly. While filing the form, you are supposed to attach the following:
- 2 current passport photographs. One of the said passport photographs needs to be stapled to the photocopy of your ID
- Photocopy of your valid ID card.
After filling the form, you will then proceed to make payment. The payment is made through bank deposit. You can also make it via bank transfer. The examination team will provide you with the payment details.
You need to know that the British Council will not process your application until they receive your payment. If you register late, you may be asked to pay late registration fees.
After completing your payment, it is time to send your completed form and payment details to the British Council.
The documents are best sent via courier services to the local British council exam center closest to you. it can also be submitted by hand or in person. You need to include the following documents in the mail to be sent:
- Online transaction number
- Photocopy of Bank deposit slip
- Photocopy of your valid ID card
- Two recent passport photographs with one attached to the valid ID card.