Below you can find information relating to exams at the college, including exam policies. If you have any questions that you cannot find here, please get in touch. For any Learner enquiries regarding exams, please contact email@example.com.
The Exams Department is responsible for the following areas, parts of which also make up the exam cycle:
Key Dates for the GCSE Exam Cycle (provisional dates)
18/05/2022 English Language Paper 1: Fiction and Imaginative Writing
20/05/2022 Mathematics Paper 1: Non-Calculator
07/06/2022 Mathematics Paper 2: Calculator
10/06/2022 English Language Paper 2: Non-Fiction and Transactional Writing
13/06/2022 Mathematics Paper 3: Calculator
Date TBC Contingency day for GCSE examinations
25/08/2022 GCSE Release of Results to Candidates
Certificates arrive anywhere between 6 weeks to 6 months after you have completed the course. Once the college has received the certificate from the awarding organisation, the Exams Team will contact you about coming to the college to collect them.
If for any reason you cannot collect your certificate, you should get in touch with our Exams Department via: firstname.lastname@example.org. We may be able to arrange another way of getting the certificate to you.
Note: Certificates will be kept at the college for a minimum period of 18 months before they are destroyed. It is the learner’s responsibility to ensure they have collected their certificate.
The Replacement Certificate Policy explains the costs for ordering a replacement and how the college may be able to help with paying for a replacement certificate.