This section provides an overview of the appeals process for GCSE, iGCSE and A-level exams in the Summer 2021 series. A-level Exams and the majority of GCSE/ iGCSE exams fall under the protocols set out in the JCQ guidance. Cambridge iGCSEs (CIE) have a separate set of guidelines outlining the appeal process for those subjects. To see which system your exam/ subject falls under you can see an overview here.
The extracts below, relating to the publication of results and the appeals process, are taken from the School’s Centre Policy for A/AS Levels and GCSEs for Summer 2021.
This section of our Centre Policy outlines our approach to the receipt and issue of results to students and the provision of necessary advice and guidance.
This section details our approach to the issue of results to students and the provision of advice and guidance.
This section of our Centre Policy outlines our approach to Appeals, to ensure that they are handled swiftly and effectively, and in line with JCQ requirements.
This section details our approach to managing appeals, including Centre Reviews, and subsequent appeals to awarding organisations.
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