Non – EU Citizens sitting the test in foreign testing sites will meet the Test Centre Administrator (TCA) upon arrival, who will verify the Candidate’s identity. Any candidate without a valid identity document (eg.passport, ID card, Driver’s licence) will not be allowed to sit the test.
The Candidate will be identified and asked to sign a log book and will receive the indications for depositing personal items and the necessary equipment for taking notes.
EU- Citizens sitting the test will present to the assigned desk for identification and follow the instructions for being seated given by the staff.
Any candidate without a valid identity document (eg.passport, ID card, Driver’s licence) will not be allowed to sit the test.
Candidates who arrive late and after the official beginning of the test which is given by the Testing site Administrator/ President of the Committee will not be allowed to sit for the test no matter what reasons they have for their lateness.
Candidates with any kind of permanent or temporary disability in need of extra means of support must formally request the support they will need for this test in relation to the extent of their disability, be it also further time for completing the test (law n° 104 February 5, 1992 and as modified by the law n.17/1999)Candidates with learning disabilities according to the law n°170 October 8, 2010 with the new regulation concerning specific learning disabilities within the educational environment can request the special terms foreseen from the Ministerial Decree n. 5669, July12, 2011.
All these requests must be accompanied by a medical certificate and sent to the Head of the Selection Procedure via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org (cc email@example.com) no later than the application deadline for registration foreseen by the dedicated competition call.
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