Soham Village College

 

Examination Information

Exam Guides & Other Information for Parents/Carers & Students

A Useful Guide to the GCSE Exam Process for Class of 2019
A Useful Guide to the GCSE Exam Process for Non Year 11 Students taking exams in Summer 2019
Internal Exams Leaflet 2018 to 2019 – Guidance for Students & Parents/Carers
Exam Survival Guide
Mind Booklet – How to Manage Stress
Special Arrangements Students - Notes

Examination Timetables & Dates
Exam Session Dates 2018-2019 for all year groups
Year 7 Student Timetable - December 2018
Year 8 Student Timetable - December 2018
Year 9 Student Timetable - December 2018

Exams Contingency Day 2019 – Wednesday 26 June 2019
Contingency Day 2019

Information for Candidates
GCSE Exams - Quick Guide
GCSE Exam Regulations & FAQs

JCQ Information for Candidates - Coursework (Entry Level Cert)
JCQ Information for Candidates - Non-Examination Assessments
JCQ Information for Candidates - On-Screen Tests
JCQ Information for Candidates - Privacy Notice
JCQ Information for Candidates - Social Media
JCQ Information for Candidates - Written Exams
JCQ No Mobile Phone Poster
JCQ Warning to Candidates Poster

Internal Appeals Procedure
Complaints & Appeals Procedure (Exams)
Enquiries About Results / Access to Scripts / Appeals

RESULTS 2018
All results from Summer 2018 have now been distributed

COURSEWORK/CONTROLLED ASSESSMENT COLLECTION FROM SUMMER 2018
Written and practical coursework is not routinely returned to students.  If students require their coursework then they should contact the school reception at the beginning of October and state exactly what coursework is required and make suitable arrangements to collect it.  Please note that all coursework which remains uncollected by the end of the autumn term will be disposed of.

GCSE CERTIFICATES FROM SUMMER 2018
GCSE Certificates will be available for collection from Monday 19 November 2018.  Class of 2018 may collect their certificates from the main reception in Lodeside between 8.00am and 4.00pm.  If you would like someone to collect certificates on your behalf then you must provide them with a letter of authorisation.  These certificates are valuable documents and are often required by Universities and future employers, please look after them.  Exam boards do not produce replacement certificates, only a certifying statement of results for which they charge between £35.00 and £45.00, depending on exam board, plus other costs.  Exam certificates are kept in the centre for one year and then can be disposed of – please do make every effort to collect yours.