GESE face-to-face in-person examiner sessions

Become a Trinity Registered Exam Centre

You need to be registered to hold Trinity exams.

Trinity Registered Exam Centres gain access to teacher support, study materials and teacher development, including leading teacher qualifications.

Discover the benefits of becoming a Trinity Registered Exam Centre and learn how to apply.

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For information about GESE exam fees and for general and administrative support, please contact your local representative.

GESE Centre Best Practice Guidebook

The GESE Centre Best Practice Guidebook provides all the information needed to administer and run GESE exams. As this information is updated periodically, please check this webpage regularly to ensure you are referring to the current version.

GESE Centre Best Practice Guidebook

Download the Guidebook

This guidebook is for everyone involve in the delivery of Trinity GESE exams, including:

  • Centre representatives
  • Exam coordinators and administrators
  • Exam supervisors, invigilators and stewards
  • Teachers

The information and links below are for quick reference only.

Entering candidates for exams

  • All Trinity exams have closing dates by which all entries and payments must be made. Closing dates are available from your local Trinity representative.
  • Your local Trinity representative is available for general and administrative support.
  • Please refer to your Best Practice Guidebook for detailed guidance on booking exams.

Special needs provision

For candidates who require any adjustments to their exam or would simply like to make the examiner aware of a disability or health condition, please complete the form available on our Special Needs Provision page for English language exams and send it to Trinity at the same time of exam entry, along with appropriate supporting evidence, if required, at least 28 days before the exam. 


Running an exam session

Before each exam session anyone involved in the preparation and conduct of these exams must be completely familiar with Trinity policy and procedures.

Quick links to useful documents:


Candidates cannot bring mobile phones, laptops or other devices into the exam room.

Policies and procedures

All registered exam centres need to comply with Trinity's policies and procedures. These are outline in:

GESE is also available as a Secure English Language Test (SELT) for UK visa purposes. For SELT information and resources, please visit our SELT pages.

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