The Exam Hall
This page is dedicated to the exams procedure at the Sixth Form – anything you need to know will be here! Do not panic if you have lost your exam timetable or exams booklet as there are links right here. you can also find out what to do once you have received your results – maybe you want to resit an exam or maybe you want your script back to see how you did. See below for links to documents that you will find useful.
Make sure you are sitting the right exam – check your exam timetables and/or statement of entry as soon as your receive it. This will show your name, date of birth, candidate number and all the exams you have been entered for in the current series. If any of these details are wrong you must advise the Exams Officer as soon as possible – the details shown on your timetable/statement of entry will be the ones that the exam boards use on your certificates. If you have any exam clashes, please contact the Exams Office or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that internal exams will NOT be listed on your statement of entry or timetable, you must get this information from the board outside the Exams Office.
Exams timetable is also displayed in full on the board outside the Exams Office. All students taking exams this summer have been emailed a statement of entry and a timetable for for written exams. You are responsible for checking your entries advising the Exams Office if changes are needed.
REQUIRED ITEMS FOR EXAMS
Some of the exams require you to take certain items in with you, e.g. calculator, protractor, etc. Check with your teacher to see if you need anything specific and don’t forget to check the type of calculator you are allowed to use. Please remember to take them with you – spares are not always available and sharing is not always an option. This list of items will be shown for the relevant session when available.
EXAMS BOOKLET AND OTHER INFORMATION
The Exams Booklet contains useful information about exams, notes from JCQ (Joint Council for Qualification) and information on the appeals procedure. You will find information and advice about what can happen before, during and after the examination procedure and there is also a small FAQs section. You are also required to know about and understand the poster regarding mobile phones and other electrical equipment, the Warning to Candidates poster and the Information for Candidates sheets. These items will be displayed at exam time next to the exam venue.
A2 and AS results will be published on Thursday 15th August 2019. You will be expected to come into College to collect your results in person. All results will be available in the Library from 9am-11am.
If you are unable to come to the College, you will be able to see your results on GoForSchools from noon onwards on the 17th. If you can’t remember your password for GoForSchools, you can reset it yourself after entering your user name, which is your College email address.
Year 13s, also remember, you can usually find out through UCAS tracking whether you have been accepted by your university before you even receive your results! Please make sure you check your personal details on your results slips as some exam boards now charge for changes to certificates.
GCSE results will be emailed to individual students on your College email address on Thursday 22nd August.
Whilst we anticipate much celebration of success on the day, we also appreciate that some students may need advice and guidance regarding your future options. For details of support available please refer to the letter sent to you at the end of term.
If you have any queries regarding your exams please contact the Exams Office on 01362 696884 ext. 117 or email email@example.com.