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Get the background on why exam boards are using questions from past papers in assessment materials for summer 2021, and what this means for teachers.
The Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) has published a list of schools, colleges and exam centres in England who will accept GCSE and AS and A-level private candidate entries this summer.
The Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) has published guidance for students, parents and guardians for summer 2021.
JCQ has published guidance to help schools and colleges to determine grades this summer.
The information from Ofqual, is for teachers who are involved in making judgements that will support qualification awarding in 2021.
Ofqual guidance already shared for GCSE, AS and A-level qualifications also applies to our Vocational Technical and Other qualifications, unless advised otherwise.
New guidance from Ofqual gives information for heads of centre, heads of department, subject leads and teachers about how to generate grades in 2021 and the evidence that should be considered.
Ofqual is asking for views on how an autumn exam series for GCSEs, AS and A-levels should run this year, in a two-week consultation launched on 17 March.
The JCQ has confirmed that all evidence on which a student’s grade is based should be kept safely by the school or college.
Clarification on how grades will be awarded this summer for GCSE, AS and A-levels, as well as Vocational, Technical and other qualifications.