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Electrical Safety and Syllabus Item 8A2

| January 5, 2020

Changes to The IET Wiring Regulations (BS7671), which are now at 18th edition affect syllabus item 8A2 in the Safety section of the examination syllabus. Please see the following notice which explains further and is relevant to all three levels – Foundation, Intermediate and Full:- Changes to Syllabus Item 8A2 in the electrical safety section […]

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New exam sample questions released

| September 6, 2019

As promised last week, the RSGB has just released documents with sample questions for every syllabus item in the Foundation and Intermediate exams. These new resources will provide additional help to tutors and candidates as they prepare for the exams under Syllabus 2019. The Society has also published a sample optical marking sheet to demonstrate […]

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Syllabus 2019 mock exams now available

| August 30, 2019

In preparation for Syllabus 2019, which comes into effect this Sunday, 1 September 2019, the RSGB has added to the range of documents for tutors and candidates. Foundation, Intermediate and Full licence mock exam papers are now available from the Society’s website. They include a new handy syllabus reference column to help candidates check the […]

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Syllabus 2019 candidate and tutor information

| August 23, 2019

As the introduction of Syllabus 2019 approaches, the RSGB has a range of materials to help candidates and tutors prepare. The Reference Data Booklets for each level of exam are now on the website and the Exam Secrets book, referred to by Board Director Mike Bruce, M0ITI in his recent RadCom article, has been updated […]

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Deadline for exam applications for the current syllabus

| August 23, 2019

We would like to remind everyone that the cut-off date for applications for the current syllabus is Friday, 16 August 2019. Once booked, candidates will have three months after the date of their exam to do resits under the current syllabus if necessary. Due to the standard process of giving two weeks’ notice for examinations, […]

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