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    NEBOSH Additional Support for Exams Explained

    Wondering whether additional support or special considerations are available for NEBOSH Exams? NEBOSH and RRC have a duty to ensure all candidates can take their assessments in a way most appropriate to their personal needs. We do that by making access or Reasonable Adjustments (RA) before an exam. Or alternatively, we ask NEBOSH to grant Special Consideration (SC) to assessment results. For more information, here is the NEBOSH Policy on access arrangements: https://www.nebosh.org.uk/policies-and-procedures/policy-and-procedures-for-access-arrangements-reasonable/ Reasonable Adjustments (RA) If candidates are aware of factors that will affect their performance during exams, RRC can apply for Reasonable Adjustments on their behalf. Any adjustments are agreed before the assessment takes place. Candidates must inform RRC at…

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    Your Pre-NEBOSH Exam Checklist

    You have spent weeks and months studying, late nights getting through course material, hours practising mock questions and answers, a flurry of questions to your fellow students in the forums and clarification from your tutors.  Your exam date is booked and you are already preparing to celebrate a renewed social life, post exam.  You know the course material but wait, you have forgotten the basics of the exam preparation. So here is a step by step check-list to save you lots of unnecessary stress on exam day. The RRC Exams team have years of experience of dealing with a range of issues that arise on Exam Day. Follow this list…

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    NEBOSH Exam – Revision Techniques

    NEBOSH Exam – Revision Techniques Whichever course you are doing, it is vital that you revise properly; revision is essential if you are to give yourself the best possible chance in the exam. This blog post will give some pointers to help you get the most from your revision… The heading says it all – you can’t hope to get the most from your revision if you don’t make some kind of plan. I know it’s boring, but half an hour spent writing a revision timetable really is time well spent – provided its realistic and you stick to it! The alternative is to dot around the syllabus without any…