How to register

Please follow these steps in order to register for a Checkpoint exam.

Deadline: 15.01.2020


Step 1: Complete your online registration

Cambridge International Examinations (CIE)

The Checkpoint exam registrations are open for the May/June 2018 session.
Please click to download application file.
Fill out and sign the form.


Step 2: Pay for your exams

Cambridge International Examinations (CIE)

The registration form should be accompanied by a copy of the bank transfer and sent to Cambridge Examinations Officer.
Bank account name: Diyalog Eğitim Sağlık Spor ve Turizm Hizmetleri Ltd. Şti.
Bank: İŞ Bank Branch: Nato Yolu Branch Code: 1242 Account No: 53497
IBAN: TR75 0006 4000 0021 2420 0534 97
Swift Code: ISBKTRIS
Explanation: Student Name, Number of Subjects, Checkpoint
Example: OZLEM SENGUN , 3 , Checkpoint


Step 3: Submitting your online registration

Send an e-mail to
Your Mail Must Include;

1. *Passport ID page
2. *Filled ou and signed application form
3. *Bank Payment Document



If any of the candidate requires an enlarged exam paper or enlarged font due to reading difficulty, please write to before 15.01.2020.
Similarly, if you have any kind of disability, Cambridge provides access arrangements depending on the candidate’s condition. For such a request, please write to before 15.01.2020
Candidates are requested to take note that for a firm registration , you need to have also paid the fee and not just registered online.
Any payments made after the deadline will be treated as late and subject to the appropriate extra late fee.


Early Years

Our programme is designed to encourage a balance of child initiated and teacher facilitated activities. The programme offers children a variety of choices. The environment includes art, dramatic play, maths, language work, enjoying books, art, music, water and sand play, science activities, and so on. Our goals include the encouragement of each child’s natural curiosity and interest in learning.

Primary School

Our School’s primary curriculum is built around the need to provide knowledge skills and understanding arranged by subject under three areas of study, environmental studies, life skills and the expressive arts. Our primary grades 1 – 4 are equivalent to Years 2 – 5 in the Cambridge Curriculum.

Middle School

The Middle School is an important bridging period between Primary School and High School. Our Middle School Grades 5 – 8 are equivalent to Years 6 – 9 in the Cambridge Curriculum.


Cambridge IGCSE™ is the world’s most popular international qualification for 14 to 16 year olds, although it can be taken by students of other ages. It is tried, tested and trusted. It is taught by over 4800 schools in 146 countries. The programmes balance a thorough knowledge and understanding of a subject and help to develop the skills learners need for their next steps in education or employment.

AS/ Level

The A Level syllabuses prepare learners for university study, which is why universities worldwide value and recognise Cambridge International AS & A Level qualifications.