The Admission Ticket will tell candidates exactly where and at what time to report on the day of the test. It will also contain their personal details.
This ticket is the permission to attend the test centre and a printed copy must be taken on the test day. This will not be provided to candidates at the test centre but should be downloaded and printed by candidates before the test. Admission Tickets presented on electronic devices will not be accepted. If candidates present without a printed Admission Ticket on the test day they will be refused entry.
Email notification will be sent to all registered candidates when the Admission Ticket is available through their online account, approximately two weeks before the test date. In order to view the Admission Ticket candidates need to complete the identification document details in their registration.
Candidates should check their Admission Ticket carefully and contact the UMAT Office immediately if there are any errors. The details on the Admission Ticket must match the details on the identification document that candidates will use on the test day. Only candidates' first and last names are required to match and it is not necessary for other names (including middle names) to appear on the Admission Ticket.