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同乐城官网 www.xyqp168.com GCE, Pre-U, AS, GCSE & IGCSE INFORMATION FOR PARENTS AND PUPILS 2018-19 

Public examinations can be a stressful time for pupils and parents and it is important that all those involved be as well informed as possible. The information detailed below is designed to provide guidance on the examination process; to provide pupils and parents with clear information about what may be expected and required during the examination period and to provide guidance and support. It contains references to the up to date Joint Qualification Council’s (JCQ) regulations; the rules which govern conduct during examinations, Non-Examination Assessments (NEA’s), Controlled Assessments or preparing coursework and which must be complied with by both JAGS staff and pupils. There are also details of Formal Notices and Appeals Procedures, which are required to be given to each pupil (candidate) sitting public examinations. These rules and regulations are designed to ensure fairness and minimise problems. It is in the interest of all that the examinations run as efficiently as possible. JAGS makes every effort to ensure that the administrative arrangements for public examinations run smoothly and that the examinations are conducted appropriately and in accordance with these regulations so as to ensure JAGS pupils are able to achieve their best. Internal, mock examinations are run to the same standards so that pupils become familiar with the formal processes required beforehand. 


Key questions are answered below and in our Public Examination Handbook. If you have any other questions after reading this Handbook, please feel free to contact the Examinations Office. 

The Examinations Officer is Mrs Rowena Kibblewhite
The Examinations Office can be contacted directly on 0208 613 6390. 
On examination days, the first point of contact, in case of any problem, should be the main School Reception on 020 8693 1181 where a message may be left. The Examinations Office staff are unlikely to be able to answer any calls directly on such days, as they will be working in the examination venues. In an emergency the Head of Section or a member of the Senior Leadership Team should be contacted.

 

Will examination fees be payable?

Where will the examinations be held?

At what times do the examination sessions begin?

What happens if a pupil has more than one examination at the same time?

What happens on the day of a clash?

How are pupils supervised at the beginning of and during examinations and what to expect?

What happens if a pupil is late or misses an examination?

What should pupils bring to the examinations?

What must candidates not use or bring with them under any circumstances?

What are the regulations concerning calculators?

What are the regulations concerning Mobile Phones, Smartwatches, other electronic devices and wristwatches?

What standards of behaviour are expected during examinations?

What should pupils wear for examinations?

What do I do if my daughter is unwell at the time of one or more of the examinations?

When and how are the results distributed?

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