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Information, Rules and Regulations - advice to students

You must read all the Rules and Regulation documents that apply to the type of examinations you are taking.  These documents have been written to help you. Read them carefully and follow the instructions. If there is anything you do not understand, ask your teacher.

Any malpractice could lead to disqualification.

Warning to Candidates.pdf

Unauthorised Items Poster.pdf

JCQ Social Media Information for Candidates.pdf

Information for Candidates – Coursework Assessments.pdf

Information for Candidates for Written Examinations.pdf

Information for Candidates Privacy Notice.pdf

Information for Candidates for On-Screen Tests.pdf

Information for Candidates NEA 2021.pdf

2020-2021 Processing Candidate Data

Appeals against Internal Assessments of Work 2020-2021

 

Contingency Day 2021

Friday 2 July will be a ‘contingency day’ for all exam boards in the UK.  This is an additional day at the end of the exam period. It will only be used in the event of major local or national disruption to summer 2021 exams, in which case it is possible that timetable dates could be affected up to and including the contingency day.

Students must be available until 2 July 2021. If an exam is rescheduled to the contingency day and you are unavailable due to holidays or other activities, you will not be entitled to special consideration for those misses assessments. 

 

Autumn 2020 Examinations Season

The written examinations for the Autumn season take place as follows:

  • GCE AS and A-Level examinations Monday 5th October – Friday 23rd October
  • GCSE examinations Monday 2nd November – Monday 23rd November

 

All students who met the relevant criteria and submitted a request within the deadlines have been issued with their personal examinations timetable.

Students will not be permitted to borrow any equipment and must ensure they bring all required items with them to the exam in clear cases.  You must bring your lanyard or another form of photo identification with you to every exam and this must be placed on your exam desk in clear view of the invigilator.

Calculators cannot be taken into exam venues if the exam you are sitting does not allow them.

No mobile phones or any other electronic device, such as smartwatches, fit-bits, mp3/4 players, any potential technological or web enabled sources of information, are permitted in the exams venues.

It is your responsibility to make yourself aware of all regulations and procedures.  Please ensure you follow all links listed in the next section.

Information, Rules and Regulations – advice to students

You must read all the Rules and Regulations documents that apply to the type of qualification you are taking.  These documents have been written to help you.  Read them carefully and follow the instructions.  If there is anything you do not understand, ask your teacher.

Any malpractice could lead to disqualification.

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