In the letter offering you a place you will be given a time for arrival at the centre. You will be tested in the morning or in the afternoon. Some candidates will be asked to arrive at the centre in the morning but will not be tested until the afternoon. This is to ensure that no candidate feels disadvantaged because he or she thinks that candidates taking the OSCE in the afternoon have prior knowledge of the stations. If you are being tested in the afternoon, the letter offering you a place will clearly state this fact. As a consolation, you will get a sandwich lunch. You may wish to bring some reading material to occupy you while you wait and or your own lunch.
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