Registering for any language exam means going to the official website and following the instructions. Never rely on hearsay or what your classmate did two years ago. Check out the current official information and do what it says.
Typically, registering can be done online, but if you do want to go in person, make sure that you go to an officially recognized test center. That means if the test center isn’t on the Cambridge list, don’t use it.
Be careful about dates. You want to give yourself enough time to prepare and also you want to meet any deadlines that an employer may have. Choose a location that is easy for you to get to as well. There may not be any Linguaskill offered locally, so you might have to travel. Be prepared to do that.
Another thing to keep in mind is that you need to be clear on what ID is acceptable. Passports are accepted. However, things like your national ID card may be good in your home country, but may not be recognized in the nation where you are currently. So, check the website and your local, authorized tests center as to what is acceptable ID to register.
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