Can you take your exam timetable into your A level exams?

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Rose200322
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I'm worried with the pressure of the exam, I will forget my candidate number and seat number. I would prefer to bring my timetable with me to double check, but I don't know if this is allowed and I don't want to get disqualified. I think it says on the official information for candidates to only bring what you need for the exam, and I don't know if timetables are are included with this.

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Thank you for your replies. I managed to remember it anyway. I was just anxious before my exams and worrying about everything that could possibly go wrong.
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Desk should have tag with candidate number and name on it I think? But that could depend on the school.
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(Original post by Rose200322)
I'm worried with the pressure of the exam, I will forget my candidate number and seat number. I would prefer to bring my timetable with me to double check, but I don't know if this is allowed and I don't want to get disqualified. I think it says on the official information for candidates to only bring what you need for the exam, and I don't know if timetables are are included with this.
you will get a little printed card on the table with your candidate number, just have to remember your seat number, gl¬
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