ASFC Exam Booklet 19.20

The Exams handbook is available to download here We strongly encourage all students to read this booklet prior to each exam series. 

Equipment list for all external exams can be found here.

 

JCQ Notices/Posters

Warning to candidates - 2018/19 can be found here

Information for candidates 19/20 - Written Examinations - can be found here

Information for candidates 19/20- Non-examined Assessments - can be found here

Information for candidates 19/20 - Coursework - can be found here

Information for candidates 19/20 - Onscreen Tests - can be found here

Information for candidates - Privacy Notice - can be found here

Information for candidates - Use of Social Media - can be found here

Internal Appeals Policy can be found here

Internal Appeals Procedure can be found here

 

Equipment List

You can find a useful list of all exams conducted at college, the style of exam, equipment you will need and any other useful / additional information for each paper.  List list can be viewed HERE.

 

October / November 2019 Examinations available HERE. This includes GCSE re-sit exams and University Entrance Exams.

 

Criminology 2019/20 Non-Examined Assessments (NEA) and Mock Exam Timetable available HERE.

 

CACHE CCLD/H&S Care External Assessment Timetable available HERE.

 

December 2019 A level Mock Examinations (second year students) available HERE.

Students who study only A-level subjects will be on study leave for the full week. Students on a mixed study programme are expected in college for vocational lessons where they do not have examinations. Please see information below on study leave entitlement. Students on full vocational courses are expected in lessons as normal during this period of exams.

 

March 2020 Mock Examination (A2 students, all Criminology students, A1 Core Maths students & all GCSE Maths and English students) available HERE.

Students who study only A-level subjects will be on study leave for the full week. All other students are expected in college for lessons where they do not have examinations. Please see information below on study leave entitlement. Students on full vocational courses are expected in lessons as normal during this period of exams.

 

First Year Progression Exams - May 2020 is available here.

Students who study only A-level subjects will be on study leave for the full week. Students on a mixed study programme are expected in college for vocational lessons where they do not have examinations. Please see information below on study leave entitlement. Students on full vocational courses are expected in lessons as normal during this period of exams.

Study leave for students on mixed programme of study

AM Exam - no study leave

PM Exam - Study leave AM - do not need to attend timetabled lessons.

 

Summer 2020 External Examinations (all qualifications) available HERE.

This confirms exam dates for all qualifications with examinations held March - June.  All students must be available up to and including Wednesday 24 June 2020 as this is the 'contingency date' which may be used by exam boards to re-schedule exams in an emergency.

Individual statements of entry will be e-mailed to all students in February 2020. Individual exam timetables will be emailed to students in April, these will confirm any resolved exam clashes, your exam venue and your seat number.