Yes. There is room at the foot of the certificate for someone else to endorse it.
Some probably will. The questions are drawn randomly from a base and some may be repeated. In Spelling 1 the chances of repetition are about 50/50 as there are only 100 words to test. Note, too, that in the Spelling Tests we don't test any word of three letters or fewer, apart from "its" and "it's".
If it is supervised by Test The Basics, you may only use a blank sheet of paper and a writing implement. If it isn't supervised by Test The Basics, you may use anything, or whatever your non-Test The Basics supervisor allows.
The fee for a test is £3.
You will get a certificate, either on screen or by email, which you can print out for yourself. It will quote your mark as a percentage, so if you get 49 answers out of the 50 right, the percentage will be 98; if you get 48 right, the percentage will be 96 ... and so on. It will state that the test was not supervised by test-the-basics.
If your test was supervised by a test-the-basics examiner, this will be stated on the certificate, which he/she will sign. Supervision is currently only available in East Sussex.
Anyone with access to a computer can take the tests unsupervised. If someone under 18 does a test supervised by test-the-basics, a responsible adult must be present while the examiner is there.
After paying and returning to test-the-basics, there is a facility for typing in the name of the child.
Each test allows a maximum of of 10 minutes. You may finish sooner if you wish.
Not if the test is supervised by Test The Basics, when the only things you may use to help you - in this or any other test - are a blank sheet of paper and a writing implement.
Yes. How many you do is for you to agree with the Examiner.
The system will tell you which answers you got wrong and which were the right ones. The Examiner may explain your mistakes if he wishes but he doesn't have to.
No. After clicking on an answer, you cannot return to it.