EXAMS INFORMATION

CODE OF CONDUCT FOR CANDIDATES
EXAMS PROCEDURES
NEA REVIEW OF MARKING
GCE EXAMINATION INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES
GCSE EXAMINATION INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES
IF YOU ARE LATE OR ILL
IMPORTANT DATES FOR STUDENTS 2017/18
Y7-11 EXTERNAL EXAMINATION GUIDANCE NOTES FOR PARENTS
YEAR 11 RESOURCE RETURN SESSION
YEAR 11 MOVING INTO YEAR 12
YEAR 12 MOVING INTO YEAR 13
YEAR 13 MOVING  ONTO HIGHER EDUCATION

WHAT IS THE JCQ CIC?

The JCQ has established to unite to an extent the largest educational and vocational examination boards in the United Kingdom and to administer testing standards.  The JCQ should not be confused with the government of the United Kingdom, which has the authority to regulate and accredit British examinations Boards.

WHAT ARE THE AIMS OF THE JCQ CIC?

JCQ CIC aims to:
Reduce bureaucracy for schools and colleges by facilitating and delivering common administrative arrangements for examinations.
Provide a forum for strategic debate, information exchange and expression of common interest amongst awarding bodies.
Enable member awarding bodies to jointly express views and collectively respond to national issues.
Provide a channel for collective discussion with key stakeholders including the HE sector, teachers, and their representative organisations.

In meeting these aims, JCQ CIC undertakes a wide range of activities including the publishing of national GCSE and A level results in August; handling enquiries from examination officers; and publishing advice, guidance and regulations on delivering examinations.

JCQ NOTICES WITH COVERING LETTER

NB  The covering letter indicates that some of the JCQ attachments are "double-sided"; if you are looking at the PDF of the covering letter and JCQ documentation, all sheets are single sided.