Exam Information

Exam dates and timetables

Public Exams

Summer 2022 exams start 16th May.

Contingency day Wednesday 29th June. (All candidates must be available until this date in case of a national or local disruption to the examination series.)

Summer 2022 KS4 exam timetable

 Summer 2022 KS5 exam timetable

Exam timetables are published on the exam board websites if this information is required in advance.

Pre-public exams

See below for 2021-2022 dates for Y10, Y11, Y12 and Y13 practice exams. Timetables will be published here when available:

Y11 Spring PPEs: January

Y12 Spring PPEs: January

Y13 Spring PPEs: March

Y10 PPEs: May

Y12 Summer PPEs: June

Results days

Summer 2022:            

A Level Results – 18th August

GCSE Results – 25th August

Exam boards and qualification codes

2022 KS4 subject and qualification codes

 2022 KS5 subject and qualification codes

 Detailed information about these qualifications can be found on the relevant exam board website:

 AQA                       Pearson (Edexcel)                  OCR

 WJEC

Candidate examination handbook and JCQ regulations

This handbook will brief candidates on the exam and assessment process at The Holt School and the JCQ regulations:

Candidate examination handbook 2021/22

All candidates taking public examinations and assessments must read the following JCQ documents:

Information for candidates: non-examination assessments

Information for candidates: coursework

Information for candidates – privacy notice

Information for candidates – social media

Information for candidates – written exams

Unauthorised items poster

Warning to candidates poster

Certificates

Certificates must be collected in person and signed for at Reception after 1st December (KS4) or after the presentation evening (KS5).

It is very important to collect your certificates and look after them carefully, as you will need them in the future and replacements are very expensive and difficult to obtain. The Holt School is not obliged to retain certificates after a year and unclaimed certificates may be destroyed or returned to the exam board.