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Exam news and updates

We recommend that you visit this page regularly in the weeks approaching the September 2020 exams, to stay informed of any important news or updates that may affect your exam sitting.

Latest updates

  • Bookings for CS1, CS2, CM1 and CM2 closed on Friday 7 August (17.00 UK time).
  • Bookings for all other subjects closed on Friday 14 August (17.00 UK time)
CM1 exam Due to healthy demand for the CM1 exam we have added an extra cohort with additional spaces. This exam cohort will start at 07.30 (UK time), and is now available to book.
September 2020 exams You can find further information about the September 2020 examinations on our Online Examinations FAQ page

Refund policy

Please see the Refund policy for information about refunds for the the September 2020 exams.

Access arrangements applications

The closing date for requesting access arrangements will be the same as the exam entry closing date.

Late applications will not be accepted unless due to circumstances for which a valid reason could not be divulged by the published closing date. Download the access arrangements application form, and return this to us once completed.

September 2020 examinations

Before booking your examination please ensure that you have read our Online Examinations FAQs.

The CS1, CS2, CM1 and CM2 examinations will be delivered online. Both elements, A and B, will need to be sat during the same examination sitting.

Exam timetable

Start times for the new online examinations will be between 08.00 and 10.00 UK time. ;You will be advised of your personal start time by email two weeks before the examination date.

Date Monday
21 September
Tuesday
22 September
Wednesday
23 September
Thursday
24 September
Friday
25 September
am

CM1A
CP2 paper 1

CM1B
CP2 paper 2

CP3
CB2

CS1A
CP1 paper1 

CS1B
CP1 paper 2

Date Monday
28 September
Tuesday
29 September
Wednesday
30 September
Thursday
1 October
Friday
2 October
am -

CS2A
SP2, SP4, SP6

CS2B
SA1-7

CB1 -
Date

Monday
5 October

Tuesday
6 October
     
am

CM2A
SP1, SP5, SP7

CM2B
SP8, SP9

     

For further information on our September 2020 examinations please visit our Online Examinations FAQ page.

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