The name on your identification document must match the name you use when registering to sit the STAT test; for example, candidates who change their name once married or candidates of Asian origin who use anglicised given names should ensure identification they plan to use reflects the names used to register.
On the day of the test you will be required to show photo-bearing identification, such as a:
- current passport
- current Australian driver license
- current photographic proof of age card
- current Keypass card
Your identification document MUST contain:
- your name
- your date of birth
- a recent photograph (embedded in the card i.e. not laminated)
- your signature
A student or workplace identification card is only acceptable if it meets all four criteria listed above.
If you do not possess any of the above forms of photo-bearing identification, you must obtain a statutory declaration, accompanied by a photo which has been signed on the back by the witness to the statutory declaration. This witness should be independent of the person making the declaration.
Candidates who cannot present an identification document as specified above will not be admitted to sit the STAT test.
The identification must contain a photograph that is a recognisable likeness of the candidate at the time of sitting the test - a group photograph or childhood photograph on a passport is not acceptable.