The Exam Regulations detailed below ensure that when candidates sit a Euroexam, it will be a fair assessment of their language proficiency by giving a step-by-step guide to what they may and may not do on the exam day before, during and after they take the test. This document also gives a detailed description of the administrative processes related to registration for and the administration of the exam. Undoubtedly, an exam is a challenging undertaking and we believe that familiarity with these rules will help make it into a rewarding experience.
You can get the details of the whole process from the latest version of our Examination Regulation document. This will make the process easier and more transparent for you with information about:
- how to register,
- what to expect before, during and after sitting for the tests,
- how the different papers are marked and scored,
- the steps of the appeals process.
To obtain all relevant information, guidelines, rules, procedures about Euroexams, download and read very carefully at least once the Euroexam Regulations (effective from 2016 April 1) in pdf format.
Things to know
You can download and read the detailed Things Worth Knowing document for further details in pdf format.
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