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This year, the Institute is making efforts to streamline the examination process. In that vein, from the May examination onwards, students would be required to access their AUTHORITY TO SIT online.

Since this is the first time we are beginning this process, we wish to appeal to all students to cooperate with the Secretariat. Anytime you encounter a challenge while in the process of accessing your AUTHORITY TO SIT, kindly send an email via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for prompt assistance.

As you are aware, eligible examination candidates may write their examinations at any ONE of the following examination centres:

  • Accra
  • Takoradi
  • Koforidua
  • Ho
  • Kumasi
  • Sunyani
  • Tamale
  • Wa
  • Bolgatanga
  • Cape Coast
  • Liberia
  • New York
  • London


Please follow the instructions below to access Authority to Sit for Exams

  1. Click on the Examination tab on the main menu of the homepage.
  2. Select Examination Centres on the sub-menu.
  3. Check if the examination centre you have chosen is listed.
  4. On the right hand side of the same screen is a login in form.
  5. Enter examscenter as username and examscenter as password. (Please note the spelling of center)
  6. Notice a new Menu under the Login Form " User Menu"
  7. Click on Authority to Sit under the "user menu".
  8. Follow the instructions on the page to obtain an outline of your Authority to Sit.
  9. Wait for your Authority to Sit to load.
  10. Check if all the papers you wish to write are correctly stated.
  11. Simultaneous press ctrl and p to pop-up the print screen.
  12. Click print to print a copy.
  13. Click logout to complete the process.


Note to Students

The suggested solutions represent comprehensive approaches to the questions and are based on the full range of available marks.  They do not represent responses that candidates could realistically expect to produce in the prescribed time limits.

The suggested solutions should not be regarded as representing the only acceptable response. Thus, the analysis, assumptions, conclusions and recommendations presented in each suggested solution may represent only one of many possible approaches.  Furthermore, the organisation, language and format used in the suggested solutions do not represent the only acceptable style. In sum, the suggested solutions provide examples of how the issues can be dealt with, and they should be treated as examples.

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