The significance of the Pass Notification Letter
The Pass Notification Letter given to you by the test supervisor holds great significance to your applying for a British citizenship or an Indefinite Leave to Remain. Without this letter, you can not apply for citizenship.
Once you receive the letter, be sure to check every detail and information written in it, and if there are any mistakes, let the test supervisor know so he or she can correct the mistakes. Any mistake or inconsistency written on it may cost you your application, and your test as well, so be sure to scrutinize it carefully.
Be careful NOT to lose it. As said many times, this letter is very important to your application. If you lose this letter, you are required to take the test again, as this is your only proof that you have really passed the test. Should you lose it, contact the test center as soon as possible, as they may have a copy of the letter. Be advised that they only hold your information for a reasonable amount of time.
It is recommended that you go to the Home Office as soon as you pass the test to process your application. Be sure that you have brought some documents and IDs to prove your identity.