On the day of the test you will be required to show two forms of current identification, one of which must be embedded photo-bearing government-issued identification.
Your identification must contain a photograph which is a recognisable likeness of you as you are at the time of sitting the test. A group or childhood photograph is not acceptable.
If the identification you present does not contain a photograph of you (as you look on the test day) you will not be allowed to sit ISAT.
Make sure the names on your ID are displayed the same way it is displayed on your exam record
The only acceptable forms of photo-bearing identification are:
- a current driver's licence,
- a current passport, or
- a current National Identity Card from your country of citizenship
Your identification documents (together) must provide the test centre with proof of your:
- full name,
- date of birth, and
- recent photograph
Both forms of identification need not contain all four elements above, as long as they do so, collectively.
If you do not present 2 forms of identification as described above, you will not be allowed to sit ISAT.