To register candidates for Cambridge Technicals (2016), you first need to be approved for each qualification suite, eg IT or Media.
You then need to make qualification entries. These provide OCR with detailed data for each candidate, showing each qualification to be taken. This is also known as the ‘named entry route’. In addition, you will also need to make test unit entries for timetabled tests.
After the unit test entries deadline, it is possible to make late entries for a charge (see the fees list).
If you make very late entries (after the late entry deadline), there may not be time to send you question papers before the exam. In which case, you can use the spare copies we send you. Alternatively, if you have not made any entries for that unit previously, we will upload the question papers to Interchange and will contact you with the instructions on how to download these.
To register candidates for Cambridge Technicals (2012), you need to make candidate entries. Candidates should be entered for either the full qualification or individual units. They should not be entered for both. There are no entry or resit rules.