These pages are for exams officers. Exam periods are a particularly busy time of year, and we'll help you plan ahead and stay on track with the whole exam lifecycle, from making entries to receiving results.
Schools can also use e-AQA for online services, support and school-specific information.
- Are you a student or parent? See our student support pages
- Are you a private candidate? See our private candidates pages
- Are you a teacher? The best place to start is our subjects area
- Are you an exams officer managing our Tech-level? See our Tech-level administration guide
Monday 18 Feb 2019
The Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) has issued guidance to clarify the expectations of how schools and colleges need to manage potential conflicts of interest.
Monday 4 Feb 2019
If your school/college intends to enter students for any of our A-level sciences for the first time in summer 2019 and has not yet had a practical skills monitoring visit, it’s important you let us know by 21 February 2019.
Find all the key dates for our exams series, including when exams are taking place, coursework deadlines and when results are out.
Information and deadlines for making entries, including basedata, entry closing dates and fees.
Guidance for submitting internally marked assessments, including record forms and carry forward of marks.
What you need to know before during and after exams, including ordering and receiving exam materials, rules and guidance on conducting exams and on malpractice and dispatching scripts
Apply for access arrangements and modified papers (for students with special needs, disabilities or temporary injuries) or special consideration (for students absent or disadvantaged in exams).
All you need for results day, including links to grade boundaries, post-results services, fees and deadlines.
Help and guidance for exams office staff, support meetings, contacting us. Plus how to apply to offer our exams in the UK or overseas.
Full details of our post-results services including fees, how to track requests and receive outcomes, and how to appeal.