Examination Information 2022/23

 

Mock Exam Timetables

 

Summer 2023 – Examination series

Awarding bodies are currently consulting on their exam timetable. It is hoped that a final timetable will be publised by the end of October 2022 at which point we can confirm the dates of the examinations for pupils in Years 11 and Year 13.

In addition to the scheduled dates the following 2 dates are held back for contignency purposes in the case of any disruption to the exams. Pupils must therefore be available to sit exams on these days if requried:

  • Thursday 8 June 2023
  • Wednesday 28 June 2023

 

November 2022 – Advance Information

Advance information has also been published for students resitting GCSE English and/or GCSE Maths in November 2022. This Can be viewed on the November 2022 Page

 

Results days – 2022/23

Results will be issued on the following dates:

  • November examinations – Thursday 12 January 2023 from 8.45am
  • January examinations – Thursday 2 March 2023 from 8.45am
  • Level 3 (Sixth Form) – Thursday 17 August from 8am
  • Level 2 – Thursday 24 August from 9am

Students will receive further information about results arrangements via email.

 

Examination Information 2022/23

In order to comply with JCQ (Joint Council for Qualifications) regulations, all exam candidates must read and be aware of the information contained in the following documents before the start of their exams.

Students are required to comply with all JCQ examination regulations or risk being investigated for malpractice and disqualified. A checklist of key reminders is displayed outside every examination room. Technological devices (with the exception of permitted calculators) are not permitted inside the examination room.

General Exam Information

JCQ are currently updating the following documents. Updated versions for 2022/23 will be published in due course:

 

Support for students

  • Preparing properly for exams always results in a stronger performance. OCR have produced a student friendly guide.
  • Examinations can be stressful and difficult times. OfQual has produced a guide for students on how to cope with examination pressure.
  • They have also released advice for students feeling stressed about results day in August.
  • Parents/Carers may wish to read an article on exam stress written from a student perspective.
  • Illness- JCQ Self Certification Form must be completed by students who have missed an exam and handed to Mrs Crabtree.

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