The joint council for qualifications (JCQ) has published a series of regulations regarding the conduct of examinations. All students have a responsibility to read them.
If you wish to appeal against the conduct of an examination, please click here to read the procedure.
William Ellis School/LaSWAP Sixth Form keep certificates for one year only. If you take an exam during the summer they will be available to collect in December. They need to be signed for by you (please bring photo I.D.) as they will not be posted out, however you can authorise someone else to collect on your behalf by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Lost/Replacement Certificates can be found by contacting the exam boards directly:
You will need to know the year you took your examinations and our centre number 10288
KEY STAGE 4 - ENQUIRIES ABOUT RESULTS SERVICE (for remarks)
SIXTH-FORM - ENQUIRIES ABOUT RESULTS SERVICE (FOR REMARKS)
Once the exams have finished and you have received your results, you may require a remark. To request a remark an Enquiries About Results form must be completed. Please collect this form from the exams office in the school where you studied the subject. Return it completed with your signature and the correct fee in cash or cheque. The EARS form can be downloaded here.
Key dates for 2017 Sixth Form Results - click here
PLEASE REMEMBER: MARKS CAN GO UP OR DOWN OR STAY THE SAME. THE RE-MARK IS THE ONE THAT HOLDS, NOT THE HIGHEST MARK.
The deadlines depend on the level of service required and they are displayed on the Enquiries About Results form.
For candidates whose university place is dependent on a grade improvement the priority remark deadline is 2pm on 24th August 2017
CONDUCT IN EXAMINATIONS
These rules apply to all KS4 examinations and above and are derived from the rules for public examinations set by the Joint Council for Qualifications.
- You must be on time for your exams
- You must wear your ID badge
- You must not become involved in any unfair or dishonest practice as part of the examination
- You may take into the examination room only the materials and equipment you are allowed
- You may not have any writing, decorative or otherwise, on your body
- Your equipment must be in a see-through pencil case. You may only use a calculator if permitted in the exam
- You must not take into the examination room any unauthorised materials or equipment such as notes, MP3/4 players, mobile phones or internet communication devices. If you take it to your place, even if you do not intend to use it, you are breaking examination rules and you may be subject to disqualification
- Invigilators may ask to check that you have no earphones in your ears as you go into the exam. If your ears are not easily visible exam staff may ask you to show them your ears. A private room may be arranged on request.
- You need to write with black ink and you cannot use correction fluid or colours on your answer paper unless this is specified
- You must not talk or communicate with other candidates in any way with other candidates until you have been dismissed and are outside the examination room. You must not disturb other candidates during the exam
- You cannot borrow equipment from other candidates during the exam
- If you leave the examination hall unsupervised you will not be allowed back in to the examination room
- You must remove all labels from drink bottles before you take them into the exam room
- You are not permitted to leave to go to the toilet during exams less than one hour in length
- You must follow the instructions and requests of the invigilators. You may not leave the examination room without their permission
Breaking the examination code of conduct is malpractice. The school is obliged to report malpractice to the examination body and the examination body will decide on the penalty.
Be polite to invigilators and fully co-operate. Not following their instructions is malpractice and you could get disqualified for it. Being rude to staff during exams is malpractice and you could get disqualified for it.