Instructions and Guidelines for Private Candidates
(This must be read together with the JCQ Requirements)
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Register as a private candidate on our website
Sign up for your exams in just two simple steps:
Step 1: Register online
Fill out your registration form on the Pearson Edexcel registration system (click here for registration).
Step 2: Pay for your exams
- You will find the fees for all exams on the Pearson Edexcel Registration System. Your registration will not be processed until you have paid for your exams.
- Payment can be made by debit or credit card (Visa/Master) or online payment (FPX).
- Payment made is subject to the bank's transaction terms and conditions.
It's that straightforward! Your registration will be completed once you have followed these steps.
Step 3: Registration Slip
The Registration Slip will be available after the fees is paid. The candidates can download or print the Registration Slip at the registration page.
Step 4: On the Exam Day
Candidates are advised to arrive at the examination centre 30 minutes before the exam starts.
Candidates are required to show the original identity card or original passport and Registration Slip in the examination centre. Should they fail to do so, candidates are not allowed to sit for the examination.
Things to bring to the examination centre:
- black pens and pencils
- basic calculator (of a type approved by your examination board)
- any additional equipment needed for your subject(s)
Candidates should be dressed appropriately. Non-compliance with a proper dress code may result in candidates being barred from taking the examination.
Handbags, handphones, cameras, radios, smart watches, voice recorders, any bluetooth-enabled electronic devices, explosives and flammable substances are barred from being taken into the examination hall.
The Malaysian Examinations Council
23 November 2023