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Seating Arrangements for TBS Exam on January 21, 2018 
19/01/2018
Seating Arrangements for TBS Exam on January 21, 2018
 
Thammasat Business School International Graduate Program Admission Test (TBS Exam) will be held for all MIM candidates on Sunday, January 21, 2018 during 09:00-10:30 hrs at Thammasat Business School building (Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy building), Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus.  Please check your examination room and seat number here http://gradreg.tbs.tu.ac.th/uploadedfile/TU_Test_Examination-Schedule-and-Seating-Arrangements.pdf
Candidates can also check your examination rooms and seat numbers at the announcement posted in front of Room 114 (MIM Office) on the ground floor of Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy building on the test date (January 21st).
You must use a 2B pencil in doing the TBS Exam, therefore please prepare some 2B pencils and an eraser for this exam, and a pen to write your name with. You must bring along your citizen identification card (or passport for a foreigner) in order to identify yourself with the staff in charge.
For those who are not familiar with Thammasat University Tha Prachan Campus please see the map below for the layout of the campus buildings.
As parking on campus on the exam day maybe difficult, coming by public transportation such as taxi maybe more convenient.
 
If you have any difficulty in finding your seat number or examination room please contact us at tel: 02-223-9983, 089-003-0939, 095-436-3778 or E-mail mim_admissions@tbs.tu.ac.th
Thammasat Business School International Graduate Program Admission Test (TBS Exam) will be held for all MIM candidates on Sunday, January 21, 2018 during 09:00-10:30 hrs at Thammasat Business School building (Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy building), Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus.  Please check your examination room and seat number here http://gradreg.tbs.tu.ac.th/uploadedfile/TU_Test_Examination-Schedule-and-Seating-Arrangements.pdf

Candidates can also check your examination rooms and seat numbers at the announcement posted in front of Room 114 (MIM Office) on the ground floor of Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy building on the test date (January 21st).
 

You must use a 2B pencil in doing the TBS Exam, therefore please prepare some 2B pencils and an eraser for this exam, and a pen to write your name with. You must bring along your citizen identification card (or passport for a foreigner) in order to identify yourself with the staff in charge.
 

For those who are not familiar with Thammasat University Tha Prachan Campus please see the map below for the layout of the campus buildings.
 

As parking on campus on the exam day maybe difficult, coming by public transportation such as taxi maybe more convenient. If you have any difficulty in finding your seat number or examination room please contact us at tel: 02-223-9983, 089-003-0939, 095-436-3778 or E-mail mim_admissions@tbs.tu.ac.th

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