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Cambridge Assessment International Education IGCSE and AS/A Level Qualifications for June 2019 Series AFTER REGISTRATION Prior to the examination date...

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Cambridge Assessment International Education IGCSE and AS/A Level Qualifications for June 2019 Series

REGISTRATION GUIDE Cambridge Assessment International Education IGCSE and AS/A Level Qualifications June 2019 Series In order to help candidates and their parents in choosing correct subjects, please consult with the syllabuses before making entries. Syllabuses, past questions papers and support materials and resources could be obtained via this link

BEFORE REGISTRATION 1. Ensure that you have studied the provisions of the published regulations before you make any entries. 2. Read all information in this Registration Guide, Notice to candidates and KEY TO SYLLABUSES, TIMETABLE AND FEES for necessary details about the examinations. 3. Check the examinations timetable to ensure that your syllabuses you wish to apply for are available and they do not clash with one another. Please, be aware that no arrangements can be made for rescheduling clashed examinations. 4. Check syllabus combinations that you cannot take altogether. Some syllabuses cannot be taken altogether in the same series. Please note that there will be no refund once you have registered.

HOW TO REGISTER ? 1.

Complete an on-line application form at http://bit.ly/bcigcseasal You can save and resume your application.

2.

Upload the required documents; where appropriate

3.



A copy of your passport or Thai National ID Card



Consent form signed by your guardian (If your age is below 18)



Payment slip (If you make a payment via bank transfer)

Make a payment 3.1) Bank Transfer Transfer the exam fee to British Council bank account, upload the payment slip on the same date as you application 3.2) In-person at British Council Siam Square Print your submitted application and hand to Exams Customer Management Team at the British Council Siam Square. Proceed your payment with Credit card/debit card (VISA/ Master Card). Cash is not accepted

Normal registration period:

14 January - 10 February 2019

Late Registration period:

11 February - 10 March 2019

* The late registration fee at THB 2,715 per syllabus will be charged.

Cambridge Assessment International Education IGCSE and AS/A Level Qualifications for June 2019 Series

AFTER REGISTRATION Prior to the examination dates, a PDF Statement of Entry, Examination Guide and Examination Venue details will be sent to your registered e-mail by 7 April 2019.If you do not receive the email, you must inform Examinations Services immediately. Important information: English as a Second Language 0510: Component 52 Oral Communication, speaking test will be conducted on 17 - 24 April 2019. You will be informed by email of your examination date and time for this component before 7 April 2019.

RESULT RELEASE Online result: All qualifications: Mid - August 2019 Statement of Results: All qualifications: Late - August 2019 Certificates: end of October 2019 These are subjected to the notification which will be sent directly to your email regarding to the results.

CONTACT US British Council Siam Square 254 Chulalongkorn Soi 64, Siam Square, Phyathai Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 THAILAND : +662 657 5678

: [email protected]

Office hours: Monday to Saturday 09.00 to 18.00 hrs

: https://www.britishcouncil.or.th/en/exam/igcse

KEY TO SYLLABUSES, TIMETABLE AND FEES Cambridge Assessmentment International Education IGCSE Qualification - June 2019 Series Syllabus Title

Component Code and Title

Code

Accounting

0452

Additional Mathematics

0606

Biology

Business Studies

0450

Cambridge International Mathematics

Key Time

Option Code and Components to be taken

12

Paper 12

17-May-19

10:00

- 11:45

12:00 AY 12, 22

22

Paper 22

23-May-19

10:00

- 11:45

12:00

12 22

Paper 12 Paper 22

28-May-19 31-May-19

10:00 10:00

- 12:00 - 12:00

12:00 AY 12, 22 12:00

12

Multiple Choice (Core) 12

14-Jun-19

11:15

12:00 GY 12, 32, 62 (Core)

22

Multiple Choice (Extended) 22

14-Jun-19

11:15

- 12:00 - 12:00

Theory (Core) 32

14-May-19

10:30

12:00

42 62

Theory (Extended) 42 Alternative to Practical 62

14-May-19 02-May-19

10:30 11:00

- 11:45 - 11:45

12 22

Short Answer/Structured Response 12 Case Study 22

24-May-19 28-May-19

12

Paper 12 (Core)

22

Paper 22 (Extended)

0610 32 Candidates may not sit this syllabus in the same series as 0653 and 0654

Exam Date Exam Time

- 12:00

12:00 12:00

10:00 10:00

- 11:30 - 11:30

12:00 AY 12, 22 12:00

29-Apr-19

11:15 11:15

- 12:00 - 12:00

12:00 AY 12, 32, 52 (Core)

29-Apr-19

12:00

Paper 32 (Core)

30-Apr-19

10:00

42

Paper 42 (Extended)

30-Apr-19

10:00

Candidates may not sit this syllabus in the same series as 0580

52 62

Paper 52 (Core) Paper 62 (Extended)

13-May-19 13-May-19

10:30 10:30

- 11:30 - 12:00

12:00 12:00

Chemistry

12

Multiple Choice (Core) 12

07-Jun-19

11:30

12:00 GY 12, 32, 62 (Core)

22

Multiple Choice (Extended) 22

07-Jun-19

11:30

- 12:15 - 12:15

Theory (Core) 32

03-May-19

10:30

12:00

42 62

Theory (Extended) 42 Alternative to Practical 62

03-May-19 16-May-19

10:30 11:00

- 11:45 - 11:45

12

Multiple Choice (Core) 12

12-Jun-19

11:15

22

Multiple Choice (Extended) 22

12-Jun-19

11:15

Candidates may not sit this syllabus in the same series as 0653 and 0654

Combined Science Candidates may not sit this syllabus in the same series as 0610, 0620, 0625 and 0654

0653 32 42 62

Theory (Core) 32

22-May-19

10:30

Theory (Extended) 42 Alternative to Practical 62

22-May-19 09-May-19

10:30 11:00

All candidates entered for examinations in a session must be under Full Centre Supervision at the KEY TIME. If examinations timetable outside of the KEY TIME they must be kept under Full Centre Supervision until the KEY TIME.

- 12:00

12:00

6,915.00

6,035.00

6,915.00

12:00 CY 22, 42, 62 (Extended) 6,915.00

12:00 12:00

- 12:00 - 12:00

12:00 GY 12, 32, 62 (Core)

- 11:45 - 11:45

12:00

- 12:00

6,035.00

12:00 BY 22, 42, 62 (Extended)

- 11:45 - 12:15

0620 32

6,035.00

12:00 CY 22, 42, 62 (Extended)

32

0607

Total Fee (THB)

12:00 CY 22, 42, 62 (Extended) 12:00 12:00

6,915.00

KEY TO SYLLABUSES, TIMETABLE AND FEES Cambridge Assessmentment International Education IGCSE Qualification - June 2019 Series Syllabus Title Computer Science

Component Code and Title

Code 0478

Co-ordinated Sciences (Double Award)

Economics

0455

English as a Second Language (Speaking Endorsement) 0510 Candidates may not sit this syllabus in the same series as 0500

Option Code and Components to be taken

12 22

Paper 12 Theory Paper 22 Problem Solving & Programming

13-May-19 20-May-19

10:00 10:00

- 11:45 - 11:45

12:00 AY 12, 22 12:00

12

Multiple Choice (Core) 12

12-Jun-19

11:15

12:00 GY 12, 32, 62 (Core)

22

Multiple Choice (Extended) 22

12-Jun-19

11:15

- 12:00 - 12:00

Theory (Core) 32

22-May-19

10:00

12:00

42 62

Theory (Extended) 42 Alternative to Practical 62

22-May-19 09-May-19

10:00 11:00

- 12:00 - 12:00

12 22

Multiple Choice 12 Structured Questions 22

11-Jun-19 29-May-19

12

Reading&Writing (Core) 12

22

0654 32 Candidates may not sit this syllabus in the same series as 0610, 0620, 0625 and 0653

Exam Date Exam Time

Key Time

6,035.00

12:00 CY 22, 42, 62 (Extended) 9,430.00

- 12:30

12:00 12:00

11:15 10:00

- 12:00 - 12:15

12:00 Y 12:00

07-May-19

10:30

12:00 AY 12, 32, 52 (Core)

Reading&Writing (Extended) 22

07-May-19

10:00

- 12:00 - 12:00

32

Listening (Core) 32

10-May-19

11:00

12:00

42

Listening (Extended) 42

11:00

52

Speaking 52

10-May-19 17-Apr-19 24-Apr-19

- 11:40 - 11:50

TBA

-

TBA

TBA

Total Fee (THB)

12:00 FY

12, 22

6,035.00

22, 42, 52 (Extended) 6,915.00

12:00

Environmental Management

0680

12 22

Theory 12

23-May-19

10:00

- 11:45

12:00 Y

Management in Context 22

06-Jun-19

10:00

- 11:45

12:00

First Language Arabic

0508

01 02

Reading Writing

14-May-19 16-May-19

14:00 14:00

- 16:00 - 16:00

16:00 16:00

6,035.00

First Language Chinese

0509

12 22

Reading 12 Writing 22

14-May-19 16-May-19

14:00 14:00

- 16:00 - 15:15

16:00 AY 12, 22 16:00

6,035.00

12

Reading Passages (Core) 12

07-May-19

10:00

- 11:45

12:00 AU 12, 32 (Core)

Reading Passages (Extended) 22

07-May-19

10:00

- 12:00

12:00 CU 22, 32 (Extended)

Directed Writing & Composition 32

10-May-19

10:00

- 12:00

12:00 16:00 16:00 16:00 A 16:00

First Language English (Oral Endorsement) Candidates may not sit this syllabus in the same series as 0510

0500 22 32

First Language French

01 0501 02

First Language Thai

0518

01 02

Reading Writing

14-May-19 16-May-19

14:00 14:00

- 16:00 - 16:00

Reading & Directed Writing Composition

14-May-19 16-May-19

14:00 14:00

- 16:00 - 16:00

All candidates entered for examinations in a session must be under Full Centre Supervision at the KEY TIME. If examinations timetable outside of the KEY TIME they must be kept under Full Centre Supervision until the KEY TIME.

12, 22

6,035.00

6,035.00

6,035.00 01, 02

6,035.00

KEY TO SYLLABUSES, TIMETABLE AND FEES Cambridge Assessmentment International Education IGCSE Qualification - June 2019 Series Syllabus Title

Component Code and Title

Code 12

Geography

History

Literature (English)

07-May-19

14:00

42

Geographical Skills 22 Alternative to Coursework 42

21-May-19 03-Jun-19

14:00 14:00

12

Paper 12

08-May-19

14:00

42

Paper 22 Alternative to Coursework 42

17-May-19 24-May-19

14:00 15:00

12

Poetry & Prose 12

15-May-19

14:30

22

Drama 22

23-May-19

32 42

Drama (Open Text) 32 Unseen 42

12 22

0470 22

Mathematics (Without Coursework) Candidates may not sit this syllabus in the same series as 0607

Geographical Themes 12

0460 22

0486

0580

Physics

- 15:45 - 15:30 - 15:30 - 16:00 - 16:00

Option Code and Components to be taken

Total Fee (THB)

16:00 BY 12, 22, 42 16:00 16:00

6,915.00

16:00 BY 12, 22, 42 16:00 16:00

6,915.00

16:00 AY 12, 22

6,035.00

14:00

- 16:00 - 15:30

16:00 BY 12, 32, 42

6,915.00

23-May-19 23-May-19

14:00 14:45

- 14:45 - 16:00

16:00 16:00

Paper 12 (Core)

02-May-19

14:30

02-May-19

14:30

- 15:30 - 16:00

16:00 AY 12, 32 (Core)

Paper 22 (Extended)

32 42

Paper 32 (Core) Paper 42 (Extended)

09-May-19 09-May-19

14:00 14:00

- 16:00 - 16:30

16:00 16:00

12

Multiple Choice (Core) 12

12-Jun-19

11:15

Multiple Choice (Extended) 22

12-Jun-19

11:15

- 12:00 - 12:00

12:00 GY 12, 32, 62 (Core)

22

- 11:45 - 11:45

12:00

0625 32 Candidates may not sit this syllabus in the same series as 0653 and 0654

Exam Date Exam Time

Key Time

Theory (Core) 32

22-May-19

10:30

42 62

Theory (Extended) 42 Alternative to Practical 62

22-May-19 09-May-19

10:30 11:00

- 16:00

16:00 BY 22, 42 (Extended)

6,035.00

12:00 CY 22, 42, 62 (Extended)

- 12:00

12:00 12:00

6,915.00

Sociology

0495

12 22

Paper 12 Paper 22

20-May-19 24-May-19

14:00 14:00

- 16:00 - 15:45

16:00 AY 12, 22 16:00

6,035.00

Travel & Tourism

0471

12 22

Written Paper 12 Paper 22 Alternative to Coursework

28-May-19 31-May-19

14:00 14:00

- 16:00 - 16:30

16:00 AY 12, 22 16:00

6,035.00

All candidates entered for examinations in a session must be under Full Centre Supervision at the KEY TIME. If examinations timetable outside of the KEY TIME they must be kept under Full Centre Supervision until the KEY TIME.

KEY TO SYLLABUSES, TIMETABLE AND FEES Cambridge Assessmentment International Education AS/A - LEVEL Qualifications - June 2019 Series Syllabus Title

Syllabus Code

Component Code and Title

Exam Date

Exam Time

Key Time

Option Code and Components to be taken

Total Fee (THB)

12

AS Level Multiple Choice 12

12-Jun-19

15:00 -

16:00

16:00 SY 12, 22

AS Level

6,226.00

22 32

AS Level Structured Questions 22 A Level Structured Questions 32

07-May-19 14:30 16-May-19 14:00 -

16:00 17:00

16:00 AY 12, 22, 32 16:00

A Level

8,310.00

12

Short Answer & Essay 12

03-May-19 15:00 -

16:15

16:00 SY 12, 22

AS Level

6,226.00

22 32

Data Response 22 Case Study 32

13-May-19 14:30 22-May-19 14:00 -

16:00 17:00

16:00 AY 12, 22, 32 16:00

A Level

8,310.00

12

Theory Fundamentals 12

07-May-19 14:30 -

16:00

16:00 SY 12, 22

AS Level

6,226.00

22

Fundamental Problem-Solving & programming Skills 22

20-May-19 14:00 -

16:00

16:00 AY 12, 22, 32, 42

A Level

9,190.00

32 42

Advanced Theory 32 Further Problem-Solving & Programming Skills 42

24-May-19 14:00 28-May-19 14:00 -

15:30 16:00

16:00 16:00

12

AS Level Multiple Choice 12

10-Jun-19

11:00 -

12:00

12:00 SY 12, 22

AS Level

6,226.00

22

AS Level Data Response & Essay 22

14-May-19 10:30 -

12:00

12:00 AY 12, 22, 32, 42

A Level

9,190.00

32 42

A Level Multiple Choice 32 A Level Data Response & Essays 32

12-Jun-19 10:30 22-May-19 10:00 -

11:45 12:15

12:00 12:00

12 22

Essay 12 Comprehension 22

02-May-19 10:30 06-May-19 10:00 -

11:45 11:45

12:00 Y 12:00

12, 22

AS Level

6,226.00

12

Passages 12

03-May-19 10:00 -

12:15

12:00 SY 12, 22

AS Level

6,226.00

22

Writing 22

10-May-19 10:00 -

12:00

12:00 AY 12, 22, 32, 42

A Level

9,190.00

32 42

Text Analysis 32 Language Topic 42

24-May-19 10:00 07-Jun-19 10:00 -

12:15 12:15

12:00 12:00

8665

22 42

Reading & Writing 22 Texts 42

09-May-19 14:00 16-May-19 14:00 -

15:45 16:30

16:00 Y 16:00

22, 42

AS Level

6,226.00

French Literature

8670

42

Texts 42

29-May-19 14:00 -

16:30

16:00 Y

42

AS Level

6,226.00

Further Mathematics

9231

12 22

Paper 12 Paper 22

27-May-19 14:00 29-May-19 14:00 -

17:00 17:00

16:00 AY 12, 22 16:00

A Level

7,340.00

12

Core Physical Geography 12

08-May-19 10:30 -

12:00

12:00 SY 12, 22

AS Level

6,226.00

22

Core Human Geography 22

16-May-19 10:30 -

12:00

12:00 AY 12, 22, 32, 42

A Level

9,190.00

32 42

Advanced Physical Geogrpahy Options 32 Advanced Human Geogrpahy Options 42

04-Jun-19 06-Jun-19

12:00 11:30

12:00 12:00

Accounting

9706

Business

9609

Computer Science

Economics

English General Paper

English Language

First Language Spanish

Geography

9608

9708

8021

9093

9696

10:30 10:00 -

All candidates entered for examinations in a session must be under Full Centre Supervision at the KEY TIME. If examinations timetable outside of the KEY TIME they must be kept under Full Centre Supervision until the KEY TIME.

KEY TO SYLLABUSES, TIMETABLE AND FEES Cambridge Assessmentment International Education AS/A - LEVEL Qualifications - June 2019 Series Syllabus Title

History

Law

Marine Science

Mathematics

Syllabus Code

9389

9084

9693

9709

Psychology

9990

Sociology

9699

Thinking Skills

9694

Component Code and Title

Exam Date

Exam Time

Key Time

Option Code and Components to be taken

Total Fee (THB)

12

Document Question 12

03-May-19 15:00 -

16:00

16:00 SY 12, 22

AS Level

6,226.00

22

Outline Study 22

08-May-19 14:30 -

16:00

16:00 AY 12, 22, 32, 42

A Level

9,190.00

32 42

Interpretations Question 32 Depth Study 42

24-May-19 15:00 04-Jun-19 14:30 -

16:00 16:00

16:00 16:00

12

Paper 12

27-May-19 14:00 -

15:30

16:00 SY 12, 22

AS Level

6,226.00

22

Paper 22

28-May-19 14:00 -

15:30

16:00 AY 12, 22, 32, 42

A Level

9,190.00

32 42

Paper 32 Paper 42

30-May-19 14:30 31-May-19 14:00 -

16:00 15:30

16:00 16:00

12

AS Structured Questions 12

29-Apr-19

14:30 -

16:00

16:00 SY 12, 22

AS Level

6,226.00

22

AS Data-Handling & Free-Response 22

30-Apr-19

14:30 -

15:45

16:00 AY 12, 22, 03, 04

A Level

9,190.00

03 04

A2 Structured Questions A2 Data-Handling & Free-Response

02-May-19 14:30 03-May-19 15:00 -

16:00 16:15

16:00 16:00

12

Pure Mathematics 12

02-May-19 14:00 -

15:45

16:00 S4 12, 22

22

Pure Mathematics 22

09-May-19 14:30 -

15:45

16:00 S5 12, 42

32

Pure Mathematics 32

21-May-19 14:00 -

15:45

16:00 S6 12, 62

42

Mechanics 42

09-May-19 14:30 -

15:45

16:00 AY 12, 32, 42, 62

52

Mechanics 52

15-May-19 14:30 -

15:45

16:00 BY 12, 32, 42, 52

62 72

Probability & Statistics 62 Probability & Statistics 72

15-May-19 14:30 09-May-19 14:30 -

15:45 15:45

16:00 CY 12, 32, 62, 72 16:00

12

Approaches, Issues & Debates 12

07-May-19 10:30 -

12:00

12:00 SY 12, 22

AS Level

6,226.00

22

Research Methods 22

17-May-19 10:00 -

11:30

12:00 AY 12, 22, 32, 42

A Level

9,190.00

32 42

Specialist Options: Theory 32 Specialist Options: Application 42

21-May-19 10:30 29-May-19 10:00 -

12:00 11:30

12:00 12:00

12

The Family 12

13-May-19 14:30 -

16:00

16:00 SY 12, 22

AS Level

6,226.00

22 32

Theory & Methods 22 Social Inequality & Opportunity 32

23-May-19 14:00 03-Jun-19 14:00 -

15:30 17:00

16:00 AY 12, 22, 32 16:00

A Level

8,310.00

12

Problem Solving M/C 12

07-Jun-19

14:00 -

15:45

16:00 SY 12, 22

AS Level

6,226.00

22

Critical Thinking 22

14-May-19 14:00 -

15:45

16:00 AY 12, 22, 32, 42

A Level

9,190.00

32 42

Problem Analysis & Solution 32 Applied Reasoning 42

17-May-19 14:00 21-May-19 14:00 -

16:00 15:30

16:00 16:00

All candidates entered for examinations in a session must be under Full Centre Supervision at the KEY TIME. If examinations timetable outside of the KEY TIME they must be kept under Full Centre Supervision until the KEY TIME.

AS Level 6,226.00 A Level 9,190.00

Notice to candidates

This notice has been written to help you. Read it carefully and do what you are asked. If there is anything you do not understand, especially which calculator you may use, ask your teacher for an advise. REGULATIONS Make Sure You Know The Rules • A candidate is not permitted to enter for the same syllabus code at two Centres in the same examination session. • You must be on time for all examinations. If you are late, your work may not be accepted. • You may take into the examination room only the materials and equipment which are allowed. You must not take into the examination room calculator cases/instruction leaflets, bags, non-transparent pencil cases, personal TVs or computers, electronic or radio communication devices including mobile telephones, portable music players, or any other material or equipment. Anyone found in possession of any unauthorised material, even if you do not intend to use it, will be automatically disqualified from the subject being taken. • You must not take part in any unfair practice either when preparing Coursework, or when taking the examination. • Correcting fluid/correcting pens must not be used. • You must not talk, communicate in any way with, seek assistance from or give assistance to, or disturb other candidates once the examination has started. • Smoking is not allowed in the examination room. INFORMATION Make Sure You Attend • Know the dates and times of your examination(s). • Arrive at least 10 minutes before the start of each examination. • If you arrive late for an examination, report to the invigilator(s) running the examination. If you arrive after the examination has ended, you will not automatically be allowed to take it. • If you miss an examination without good reason, you will not normally be given a grade in the subject. Provide What You Need • Leave outside the examination room, or with the invigilator, anything that you do not need or which is not allowed. • Take into the examination room the pens, pencils, rulers and any instruments that you need for the examination. • You must write in blue or black ink except for multiple choice papers that must be completed in pencil (B or HB). Coloured pencils or inks may be used only for diagrams, maps, charts only if indicated on a question papers. Correcting fluid or tape must never be used during an examination and highlighter pens or glue must not be used unless specifically permitted by the syllabus. • You may not borrow anything from another candidate during the examination. • Calculators, Dictionaries and Spell-checkers • You may use a calculator, unless you are told that you may not do so. • If you use a calculator - make sure it works properly - make sure the battery is working properly - clear anything stored in it - do not bring into the examination room any operating instructions or prepared programs • You must not use a dictionary or computer spell-checker, unless you have been informed before the examinations that you may do so. Examination Instructions • Listen to the invigilator and do what you are asked to do. • Tell the invigilator at once - if you think you have not been given the right question paper or all the materials listed on the front of the paper; - if the question paper is incomplete or badly printed. • Read carefully and follow the instructions printed on the question paper and/or on the answer book/answer paper. • Fill in the details required on the front of your question paper and/or answer book/answer paper before the start of the examination. • Do any rough work on the examination stationery provided. Cross it through and leave it on your desk when you leave. Advice and Assistance • If on the day of the examination you feel that your work may be affected by illness or any other reason, tell the invigilator. • If during the examination you have a problem and are in doubt about what you should do, please raise your hand, the invigilator will come for your assistance. • You may not ask for, and will not be given, any explanation of the examination questions. Leaving the Examination Room • If wish to leave the room temporarily, you must be accompanied by an invigilator. You are not allowed to leave the room before the Key Time has passed. • If you have used more than one answer book and/or loose sheets of answer paper, you must place them in the correct order. Fasten them together before you leave. • You must not leave the examination room until the invigilator tells you to do so. • When you leave the examination room you must leave behind the question paper, your answer book/answer paper, rough work, and any other (used or unused) materials provided for the examination. WARNING • If you cheat, try to use any unfair practices or break the rules in any way, you may be reported for a malpractice.

Exams officers

Information for candidates To help maintain the security of our exams you must share this information with your candidates. Coursework Coursework provides you with an opportunity to do independent research into a topic that interests you. You will probably look for information in published sources, images, and via multimedia, including the internet. Using information from all these sources is a good way to show your knowledge and understanding. Take care how you use this information – do not copy it and claim it as your own work. What can I do to be academically honest? • Make sure that you understand all instructions given to you. Ask your teacher if you are not sure. • Learn how to correctly reference your work. Include references for all sources you have used, not just books but also internet sites, images etc. • If you work within a group, make sure that your contribution is your work, using your ideas. • Acknowledge the work of others. • Allow enough time to finish your work so you are not tempted to rush and leave out references. What you must not do • Do not allow others to have access to your work. You will be held responsible if it is copied. • Do not copy another person’s work and pretend it is your own. This includes the work of other students, books, images and web pages. This is known as plagiarism. • Do not make up or invent data or findings. This is called fabrication. • Do not accept help and input from another person, or work collaboratively when this is not permitted; for example, working with a classmate on an assignment and then submitting it as entirely your own work. This is called collusion.

Full Centre Supervision Your exam board, Cambridge International, has candidates in over 160 countries. It is really important that question papers are kept secure so that the exam is fair and that all candidates get the marks they deserve. To help keep the question papers secure the exam board asks your centre to supervise you at particular times around your exam. We call this ‘Full Centre Supervision’. You must follow the rules for Full Centre Supervision. If you do not, you may not be allowed to take the exam, your paper may not be marked or your results may be cancelled. Full Centre Supervision rules • Full Centre Supervision sessions can take place before or after your exams. You must attend all sessions and arrive in good time. • Your centre will tell you the dates, times and venues of your Full Centre Supervision sessions. • If you arrive late, report directly to the person in charge of the session. • You are not allowed to have mobile phones or use any communication device, including the internet, during Full Centre Supervision. • You can have books and revision notes with you during Full Centre Supervision, but you

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must not take them into the exam) You can talk to each other during Full Centre Supervision, but you must not during the exam. Do not leave the room until you are given permission to do so. If you need to leave the room you must be supervised by a member of staff. If you feel unwell during Full Centre Supervision tell the person in charge of the session.

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Notice to Candidates Know the rules before you take your examinations 1.

You must be on time for all your examinations and any required periods of supervision.

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You must bring the equipment you need to the examination e.g. pens, pencils and rulers.

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You may use a calculator unless you are told not to do so, but you must not use the calculator function of another device.

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You must not become involved in any unfair or dishonest practice before, during or after the examination.

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You must not: • Sit an examination in the name of another candidate. • Have unauthorised material, including electronic devices and mobile phones in the examination. • Have any equipment in the examination which might give you an unfair advantage.

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Having unauthorised material in the examination is breaking the rules, even if you do not intend to use it. If you have any unauthorised material, you may be penalised or disqualified.

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You must not talk to, attempt to communicate with or disturb other candidates once you have entered the examination room.

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You must follow the instructions of the invigilator.

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If you are in any doubt speak to the invigilator.

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You must leave the question paper, your answer book or answer paper, rough work and any other (used or unused) materials in the examination room.

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CONSENT FORM

CHILD PROTECTION SAFE POLICY (For candidates below 18 years old) British Council takes your safety seriously. Our current Child Safe Collection Policy states that: • Children aged up to 10 years are not permitted to leave the premises alone. • Teenagers aged 11 – 17 years should only be permitted to leave the premises alone if parental consent to this has been given in writing. Otherwise, they must be collected by the parent or by a person for whom the parent has provided written authorisation. Please, kindly complete the form upon registration (as relevant). I _________________________________________________ with Thai National ID/Passport No. __________________________ as a parent/legal guardian of ____________________________________________________________ hereby give permission to my child to leave the exam premises by themselves after the examination(s).

Full name of candidate: _________________________________________________________________________________ Signature of candidate: __________________________________________________________ Date: ________________ If you submit this form electronically, please complete your full name in BLOCK letters and tick the check box as an alternative to signing the form  Full name of parent / legal guardian: _______________________________________________________________________ Signature of parent / legal guardian: _________________________________________________ Date: _________________ If you submit this form electronically, please complete your full name in BLOCK letters and tick the check box as an alternative to signing the form 