Vijay International School Praslin


                          You are not born for yourself...but for the world

Vijay International School, Baie St Anne, Praslin, Seychelles

+248 42361166

Examinations

Candidates are responsible for maintaining their own exam timetables, they should make note of when each of their exams are and ensure they attend promptly for every session. 

Equipment required for exams
​2+ Blue/Black ball point pens
2+ Sharp pencils1 ruler
1 calculator without a case

Prohibited items:
Correcting fluid,
correcting tape. ​

Not required but advised:
1 bottle of water without label.
1 small packet of sweets or mints. 

Extra equipment required for maths, science and geography exams:​
1 protractor
1 compass​

**All equipment should be carried in a clear plastic pencil case or plastic wallet, this will be checked before every exam**. 

Rules for exam rooms


















​​Morning session exams​
​All morning exams begin at 8:15 am. All candidates should be present outside the exam room at 8 am with the correct equipment wearing school uniform.

Students arriving late may not be allowed into the exam room which will result in a failure logged for that element of their course.

Please be aware that even if an exam finishes early you will not be allowed to leave the room before 9:05am. 

Afternoon session exams​
All afternoon exams begin at 12:55 pm. All candidates should be present outside the exam room at 12:45pm with the correct equipment wearing school uniform.

Students arriving late may not be allowed into the exam room which will result in a failure logged for that element of their course.

Tips to ensure you perform well 
​Always have an early night the day before an exam: the temptation is to revise all night before an exam but this does not help, it actually damages your chances.

Always have a good breakfast or lunch before an exam: if your hungry in an exam your concentration will be poor.

Always go to the toilet before an exam: every minute counts so don't waste them going to the bath room.

Never panic if you're unsure of a question: move on and come back to the question later in the exam.

​​Try to enjoy your exams: your teachers have done everything they can to ensure you can answer every question, just relax, take your time and enjoy proving how much you have learnt.