Examination Guidance

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Frequently asked questions

Exams Information: Frequently asked questions

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Cambridge Assessment International Education

JCQ Information for Candidates: Information About You and How We Use It

Post Results BTEC January 2022

Post Results form

Special Consideration

JCQ Self Certification

Summer 2022 information

Parental Letter Contingency Arrangements for GCSE, AS and A Levels in 2022

Ofqual's contingencies decisions document (published jointly with the Department for Education) and guidance on contingency arrangements, are now available and set out the plans in the unlikely event that exams are unable to go ahead as planned this coming summer.

The government’s clear policy decision is that GCSEs, AS and A level exams will go ahead in England this summer. JCQ and the exam boards continue to work, and to support students, schools and colleges, on this basis.

Ofqual has also written a series of open letters to students to confirm the arrangements for regulated qualifications being taken in Summer 2022.

Advance Information summer 2022

Advance Information Student Guide

Additional help for students taking exams in summer 2022

JCQ Frequently Asked Questions (for Students)

Qualifications Wales: Information about exams in 2022

Student support: Guides and top tips

How to manage your timeProcrastination - How to beat itPreparing for exams - A guide for students

Tips for successful revision Managing stress

Coping with exam pressure

Help your child beat exam stress