What is an invigilation centre?

Modified on Mon, 31 Jul 2023 at 03:55 PM

An invigilation centre (or test centre) is the place where applicants take the ISEB Common Pre-Tests.

An invigilation centre could be:

  • Current school: UK prep school, maintained primary or junior school or international prep or junior school
  • Senior School: if the pupil is sitting the test at one of the schools to which they have applied
  • Non-school Venue: if the pupil is sitting the test at a venue such as one of the British Council Offices worldwide or with VICTVS - Global Exam Delivery Services (https://www.victvs.co.uk)

Parents and guardians should always check that their child can take the tests at the invigilation centre before selecting them during registration.

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