Please note the following points:
If you do not have an exam in a particular period you need to attend your normal lesson. Morning Registration will be the same as a normal day.
Exam sessions are as follows unless stated above:
- For Periods 1 & 2 report promptly to the playground at 9 am.
- For Periods 3 & 4 report promptly to the playground at 11.15 am
- For Period 5 arrive on the playground promptly at 1.40 for start at 2.00 pm. This will be at 1.30 for the afternoon History exam which will start at 1.45 pm.
- The subjects that do not have an examination are Construction, PE, PSCHE and Study Support. There is no History P2.
If you are absent for any exam, you must notify Mr Holland /or the office by phone. Please check seating plans, which will be displayed on the exams notice board and outside the venues.
Important Exams information for students and parents/carers – Rules and Regulations
Please ensure you familiarise yourself with the following information regarding rules and regulations for exams. These are extremely important documents that outline everything you need to know about the conduct and behaviour that is expected from you when taking your exams.
On-Screen ExaminationsWritten ExaminationsThese rules are defined by the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ), which is an organisation comprising of the seven largest providers of qualifications in the UK. They determine the guidelines that we need to follow as a school and as a student to ensure that exams are conducted in a fair and responsible way.
Please be aware that any breach of these instructions can constitute malpractice and may result in the Examination Board disqualifying the student from that particular exam. In more serious cases of malpractice, the Examination Boards reserve the right to remove a student from all existing exams that were due to be taken.
Planning a Successful Journey through Exams
- Become familiar with the way that each exam course is taught.
- Be clear about what is being examined and how.
- Know when examinations are due to take place.
- Look ahead and see how the programme being studied has been prepared.
- Look ahead and anticipate times when work has to be complete and passed on for assessment.
When students receive a full examination timetable check the dates and add them to calendars and planners.
Links to Exam Boards for your revision
Revise and prepare for your exams by practicing on past exam papers. Past papers are a handy way for you to check the level of questions you will need to answer in an exam and hence this makes them a great revision tool.
Past papers will not help you predict the questions or topics that are likely to come up in exams but you can use them to:
- Assess whether you have learnt the material;
- Identify gaps in your knowledge.
To access past papers to help with your revision, please click on the exam board links below:
All future examinations will be notified to students and available on the school website.
The examinations officer will circulate the exam timetables for both external and internal examinations once these are confirmed.
Any candidate who fails to turn up for an examination due to illness must contact the Examinations Office on the morning of the examination and produce a valid medical certificate