The College will only grant exemption for Urdu in cases where a student is currently living or studying abroad or has been schooled in Pakistan for less than two years. In such cases, the College will require documentary evidence of proof. If exemption is granted the candidate will be required to sit an additional English paper.
The College may offer a grace period in the case of genuine illness or injury that prevents a candidate from sitting for a test on the published date. In such cases, proof will be required for the College doctor to assess. Any final decision is at the Principal’s discretion. Requests must reach the Principal’s Office at least 24 hours prior to the testing date. A candidate who qualifies for a deferred Admissions Test owing to unexpected illness or injury as determined by the College doctor will be required to sit for a replacement paper or papers at a time of the College's choosing and no later than three days after the completion of the original test paper.
Applications must be accompanied by correct payments and will be not be accepted after the closing time and date of 5 p.m. on April 24th, 2017.
Valid identification must be carried by each candidate on the testing day. Parents/guardians are responsible for showing to the College the matching registration slip at checking-in on the days of testing.
No extra time will be given to candidates sitting tests, unless there is verifiable and legitimate reason to offer an extension. In such cases, the College must be advised in writing prior to the day of testing. Medical conditions must be verified by the College doctor. Any decision is at the Principal’s discretion.
No candidate may sit for a test 30 minutes after the starting time of a particular paper. No extra time is given for lateness.
All tests and related materials remain the property of the College and will not be shared with any third party.
The College will not publish results or the names of successful candidates.
All candidates, successful and unsuccessful, will be advised formally and individually by letter. No further correspondence will be entered into regarding this matter.