Practical and written dates for AMEB (NSW) exams in 2019
Before you enrol a student in an exam check whether there are any dates the student cannot sit their exam and note these down. Use our Important dates checklist to help avoid any issues or penalty fees after enrolment.
Use our pre-enrolment checklist to ensure you have all the information you need to enrol a student in an exam.
When you are ready to enrol a student in an AMEB (NSW) exam, login to AMEB Connect.
If you haven't enrolled a student before, or just want a refresher, follow are step by step guide to enrolling a student in an exam
AMEB exams may be scheduled during school holidays and on long weekends that fall within the exam period.
Check if a student will be away during these times and note any dates they cannot do their exams when completing their enrolment.
A late fee of $60 per candidate, per exam will be charged for enrolments received after the closing date.
Closing dates and exam dates based on postcode periods use the postcode of the enrolling person's residential address
It is not possible under any circumstances to transfer a students exam from one year to the next
AMEB online written exams give students the flexibility to complete examinations anywhere and at a time that suits them best.
Students can also undertake online tutorials and practice exams prior to commencing their timed online exam.
Exams in Wollongong are only available for enrollers who live south of Waterfall
For double bass examinations, candidates are requested to bring their own stool.
AMEB (NSW) holds exams on weekdays and Saturdays, but not on Sundays.