Exam Information

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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

TGS Centre Policy

 

Summer Results 2021

GCE & Level 3 Qualifications:    Tuesday 10th August 2021

GCSE & Level 1/2 Qualifications:    Thursday 12th August 2021

 

Certificates

Results sent to you via InTouch are provisional results slips. The official qualification and grade is supplied in the form of a certificate. You will need to produce these certificates for college/university and at job interviews.

These are usually available to collect from the school 3 months after the official release of results. 

Please email exams@tolworthgirlsschool.co.uk to arrange a date and time to collect.

Do not turn up without having first booked an appointment, You will need to bring photo identification with you.

Please ensure you make arrangements to collect your certificates within 12 months of availability as the school is permitted to destroy any that are unclaimed.  To receive replacements, you would need to contact the awarding body directly and pay their charges which are approx. £50 per certificate. Always check with the school first before contacting the awarding bodies.

 

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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