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Students are enrolled for AMEB (NSW) exams online via AMEB Connect.
The person enrolling the student has ongoing responsibility for:
- managing the enrolment with AMEB (NSW)
- providing exam information to the student
- providing exam results to the student
What do you need to enrol a student?
The person enrolling the student must be over 18 years of age and have current details for the student. Consult the pre-enrolment checklist for a summary of the information required.
Login to AMEB Connect
If you are enrolling a student for the first time you will need to create an AMEB Connect login.
If you already have a login please check your details are correct before commencing an enrolment.
Complete the online enrolment
Follow the enrolment steps, proceed to the checkout and pay the exam fee. You must read and agree to the relevant AMEB (NSW) policies to finalise the enrolment.
Review the enrolment confirmation
The person enrolling the student will receive a "Confirmation of Enrolment" via email. Check it carefully. Is all the information correct?
Receive the official Notice of Examination
The official Notice of Examination is available around three weeks prior to the exam date the student has been scheduled. For example, if the student's exam has been scheduled on 21 September, the notice will be available on or around 31 August.
The person enrolling the student will receive an email when the Notice of Examination is ready in AMEB Connect. The notice will include the date, time and venue of the exam.
It is the responsibility of the enrolling person to forward the Notice of Examination to the student.