If you are unhappy with your Centre Assessed Grade (CAG) see: What to do if you are unhappy with Centre Assessed Grades
Ofqual has published resources for students receiving their qualifications this summer. These resources include a student guide to post-16 qualification results that provides students with additional information to help them understand how their results have been awarded, what to expect on results day, and the options available to them if they are unhappy with their result.
Ofqual has also published a post 16 student guide to appeals and malpractice or maladministration complaints in summer 2020. This information will help students understand if they have a reason to make an appeal or a complaint about malpractice or maladministration, including concerns about bias or discrimination.
A Level results day: August 2021
GCSE results day: August 2021
Information for Candidates:
Ban on watches in exams - As you may have heard on the news, there has been much discussion about whether watches should or should not be allowed in exams. As a result, and following recommendations from exam boards, we have taken the decision to ban all watches from exams. Please ensure that you leave your watch at home or somewhere safe before any exam, as it will not be allowed in the exam halls.
This rule will take immediate effect and will be implemented in all exams both internal and external.
JCQ Exam Information: