See the registration process for private candidates below:
Exam registration for GCE candidates
Step 1: Complete your registration form
My examination board is Cambridge International Examinations (CIE)
Download the registration from and fill in the form with the required details, remember to sign and date the Declaration.
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Step 2: Pay for your exams
You will find the fees for all exams listed on the registration form. Your application will not be processed until you have paid for your exams.
You can pay via Cash Counter at the British Council Office, or via a bank deposit through designated Standard and Chartered Bank branches (SCB, Account Number 01-0205400-02).
CIE board has a normal registration stage for each exam session. You may still be able to register for exams after this date, but you will have to pay a penalty fee. You can find more information about late registration penalty fees on your exam registration form.
Keep your stamped bank deposit slip/proof of payment as you will need this to complete your exam registration.
Step 3: Submit your registration form
You have now filled in your registration form and paid for your exams.
The final step is to submit your application to the British Council.
To do this, you will need:
- Your completed and signed registration form. Please make and keep a photocopy of this form for your records.
- Three colour passport-size photographs. These must be identical and taken within the past three months.
- A clear photocopy of your valid National ID Card or passport
- Your stamped bank deposit slip. Please make and keep a photocopy of this deposit slip for your records.
Step 4: Registration complete
You have successfully registered for school exams with the British Council.
You will receive your Statement of Entry and information about your examination venues approximately three weeks before your exams.
NEED TO AMEND YOUR ENTRY?
Contact the British Council Office if there are amendments to the entries in the submitted form.