You will have to bring your Identification Documents to the test centre, and show them to your Test Supervisor. YOur ID must have your photograph, and the photograph must actually look like you. One of the following documents is acceptable:
UK photocard Driving License, either full or provisional
CTD (COnvention Travel Document)
CID (Certificate of Identity Document)
SPD (Stateless Person Document)
your Immigration Status document, endorsed with a UK Resident Permit and bearing a holderâ€™s photograph
You will have to provide your postcode, if you donâ€™t know it, make sure to bring a piece of mail that contains your postcode.
If you made your reservation, and need to cancel or postpone the date of the test, you must advise your test centre as soon as possible. You could be charged a Â£10 administration fee if you give less than 7 days notice. This also depends on each centre; inquire on what the conditions are when you contact your nearest centre.
At this time the exam costs 34 pounds. VAT could be added to the test in the near future, which will slightly increase the final price.
Payment must be made at the test centre, before taking the test. Payment methods depend on each test centre.
There are about a hundred Life in the UK Test centres in the United Kingdom. You can book your test online using our Book Your Test page.
Depending on how busy the test centre is, you can get a place in a test session within one to four weeks from the date of your request. You will also have to wait a minimum of 7 days between making the request and the first opportunity to take the test.
What are the schedules of these test centres?
Every test centre has a different schedule, so the best is to call the centre before going. Visit our Book Your Test page.