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8 January 2016
Candidates sitting Common Entrance are truly international!

Pupils do not need to live in the UK to sit Common Entrance examinations at 11+ or 13+. We have candidates in over 50 countries. The Board despatches papers overseas so that pupils across the world can take the examinations in their own schools or at approved centres. Many pupils sit Common Entrance to schools in the UK; others are taking the examinations for entry to senior independent schools overseas. The areas coloured green on the map show where candidates sit our examinations, or look at the list below to see the range of countries to which we deliver our papers.