The dates for the November 2021 exams are:
Paper 1: Monday 1 November 2021 09.30 am
Paper 2: Wednesday 3 November 2021 09.30 am
Paper 1: Tuesday 2 November 2021 09.30 am
Paper 2: Thursday 4 November 2021 09.30 am
Paper 3: Monday 8th November 2021 09.30 am
If you are a current full time student enrolled on GCSE English or GCSE maths re-sit or Pathway you will be automatically entered for the exam.
You will be contacted via email to provide your UCI number which can be found on your results slip from school or college results this summer. Please ensure you check your emails.
If you left the college in the summer of 2021 and would like to re-sit either of your English ands maths GCSEs, please complete the MS form below:
All students should bring their own equipment to the exams, this includes full maths kits.
Please see links below for JCQ examination regulations.
If you have any queries please contact the examinations team: firstname.lastname@example.org
We appreciate during this unprecedented time that our staff, students, employer partners and other stakeholders may have questions. We would appreciate anyone with questions reading our FAQs before contacting the College. If you do not find the answer to your question, please email email@example.com.
What support is available?
You can contact the College direct on 01278 455464. You will be directed to the most appropriate person to give you support.
If you are not able to call between 8.30am and 5pm, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and you query will be forwarded to the relevant person.
Can I sit an exam if I am not happy with my 2021 results?
For some qualifications you might be able to sit an exam later in the autumn term (October/November). The Department for Education (DfE) have announced that there will be an autumn exam series for most GCSE and A Levels.
If you would like further information regarding this please contact email@example.com
If you re-sit, the highest result you receive will stand.
When will I receive my certificates?
These will be printed by awarding organisations in October/November. The College will email you when they are ready to be dispatched.
I have received better results than I expected. How can I further explore my university options?
If you think this applies to you, there is a process to enable you to do this called Adjustment. You can look for other courses and see if you can get in without losing your offered place. Typically, you only have five days to explore this and the best places can go fast, so start looking as soon as possible. See UCAS’ adjustment page UCAS Adjustment
What happens if I do not have the grades to meet my university offer?
Please check the status of your UCAS application via Track. Many students find alternative courses through the UCAS clearing system which is designed to match you with suitable courses that still have vacancies. Find out about UCAS Clearing.
You can also contact the College on 01278 455464 for further support and guidance with this process.
I believe I have been given the wrong grade, can I appeal?
Click here to access the Teacher Assessed Grade (TAG) Appeal – Stage one – Centre Review
Click here to access the Teacher Assessed Grade (TAG) Appeal – Stage two – appeal to awarding organisation
All students should monitor communications from the College and interact with tutors and course leaders as requested.
Wednesday 13 October 2021