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Computer-based exams: guidance and support
The JIEB exams will move to computer from November 2018. Here you will find guidance and support to help you prepare for your exams.
- Read the exam guide
- Watch the exam webinar
- Use the practice software
- Review the sample exams
- Read the Instructions to Candidates
Your five steps to computer-based exam success
To help you feel best prepared for your computer-based exams complete the checklist below, and you will have everything you need to walk into your exam centre fully prepared and ready to tackle your JIEB exams.
1) Read the exam guide
This exam guide will help you to understand what to expect on the day, how to navigate within the software, key functionality and exam provide exam top tips.
2) Watch the exam webinar
This webinar provides an overview of the software, top tips and more.
3) Use the practice exam software
Getting to know the software in advance of your exams is crucial for success, so practice using the functionality and formatting answers by using the practice software. The software has now been updated to the November 2018 exams and the answer sheet has been changed so that there is now 14 columns and 80 rows. The descending timer has been removed so that you will not lose your work, but you will now have to time yourselves. After you have finished your questions please download your answer using the export button and you can then save your answer as a html file if using explorer, or if using chrome you can select print and then save to a pdf file.
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4) Review the sample exams
Sample exams are available, so you can practise answering questions as you would in the actual exam.
5) Read the Instructions to Candidates
The Instructions to Candidates contain important information regarding the administration of your exams. Read them carefully and familiarise yourself with all the processes and procedures before you attempt an exam.
Have a question?
If you have a question, please get in touch. Contact us by visiting the ‘Contact us’ section of the website