OTHER INFORMATION

Who is TEA for?

TEA is suitable for professional, private or student pilots (aeroplane or helicopter), professional or student controllers, FISOs and

radio operators. It is your responsibility to check that your licence-issuing authority accepts a TEA certificate from the TEA Centre

where you take the test.

What happens on the test day?

You should arrive at the TEA Centre at least thirty minutes before your test so that the Administrator can check your details and take

your photograph (which will appear on your certificate). You do not need to provide a photograph. Make sure you bring the

passport or national identity card you registered with – you will not be allowed to take the test without it. You do not need to bring

anything else with you. Devices capable of recording must be left outside the test room. The test will be recorded for security and

quality purposes. If you are unhappy about any aspect of the test day procedures, you must speak to the Administrator on the test

day. Your test result will not be available on the test day, so please do not ask. The examiner will not give you any indication of how

you have performed in the test.

What kind of results are given?

The test performance is scored according to the ICAO Language Proficiency Rating Scale. Only your test performance is considered

by the examiners and so they cannot consider any aspect of previous experience or previous test scores as relevant. You will be

given a score from 1 to 6 for your performance in Pronunciation, Structure, Vocabulary, Fluency, Comprehension and Interactions.

The Overall Score (the ICAO Level) will be the lowest of these scores (which is a mandatory ICAO requirement). All of the scores are

recorded on the certificate.

When will I receive my certificate?

Once your performance has been assessed and once the test has been checked for examiner standards, your certificate will be

printed and posted to your TEA Centre within 10 working days of your test date. If you prefer your certificate to be delivered to your

TEA Centre by courier service, please speak to the local TEA Administrator about courier fees.

What should I do next?

To do your best, it is strongly advised that you visit www.tea-test.com and

o

listen to the sample test - here

o

study the Guide for Candidates - here

o

practice the Part 2 task - here

To find your nearest TEA Centre and register, go to our TEA locations webpage and contact the local TEA Administrator listed.

GUIDE FOR TEST-TAKERS

AND TEACHERS

OTHER INFORMATION

Who is TEA for?

TEA is suitable for professional, private or student pilots (aeroplane or helicopter),

professional or student controllers, FISOs and radio operators. It is your

responsibility to check that your licence-issuing authority accepts a TEA

certificate from the TEA Centre where you take the test.

What happens on the test day?

You should arrive at the TEA Centre at least thirty minutes before your test so that

the Administrator can check your details and take your photograph (which will

appear on your certificate). You do not need to provide a photograph. Make sure

you bring the passport or national identity card you registered with – you will not

be allowed to take the test without it. You do not need to bring anything else with

you. Devices capable of recording must be left outside the test room. The test will

be recorded for security and quality purposes. If you are unhappy about any

aspect of the test day procedures, you must speak to the Administrator on the test

day. Your test result will not be available on the test day, so please do not ask. The

examiner will not give you any indication of how you have performed in the test.

What kind of results are given?

The test performance is scored according to the ICAO Language Proficiency

Rating Scale. Only your test performance is considered by the examiners and so

they cannot consider any aspect of previous experience or previous test scores as

relevant. You will be given a score from 1 to 6 for your performance in

Pronunciation, Structure, Vocabulary, Fluency, Comprehension and Interactions.

The Overall Score (the ICAO Level) will be the lowest of these scores (which is a

mandatory ICAO requirement). All of the scores are recorded on the certificate.

When will I receive my certificate?

Once your performance has been assessed and once the test has been checked

for examiner standards, your certificate will be printed and posted to your TEA

Centre within 10 working days of your test date. If you prefer your certificate to be

delivered to your TEA Centre by courier service, please speak to the local TEA

Administrator about courier fees.

What should I do next?

To do your best, it is strongly advised that you visit www.tea-test.com and

o

listen to the sample test - here

o

study the Guide for Candidates - here

o

practice the Part 2 task - here

To find your nearest TEA Centre and register, go to our TEA locations

webpage and contact the local TEA Administrator listed.

GUIDE FOR TEST-TAKERS

AND TEACHERS