Rules say that you should take up to 3 hours of exams in a single session. If you have more than 1 exam in a session at LSS then the following action is taken:
· If the whole of your class has the same clash then the exams Office will automatically timetable one exam after the other and the order will be shown on your final timetable.
· If the whole class is taking an exam and then some candidates are re-sitting a second paper then the ‘new paper’ will be timetabled first, followed by the re-sit. This will be shown on your final timetable.
· If you have a clash between 2 different subjects then please let the Exams Officers know which subject you would like to take first. If several people have the same clash then the exam order will be based on the majority decision. The order will be shown on your final timetable.
· If the clash involves more than 3 hours of exams then one exam will have to be moved to a different session in the same day and you will have to be kept in isolation between starting the first exam and finishing the last – please talk to the exams officers.
· If the clash involves more than 6 hours of exams in a single day (5 ¾ for GCSE) then you have the option of delaying one until the following day – please talk to the exams officers.
· If you have a clash between an exam at LSS and one elsewhere (e.g. RHS) then please see your own exams officer asap.