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October 2021

Have your say in the future of exams: join our Student Advisory Group

We’re looking for ten students to join our Student Advisory Group and help shape the future of exams.

AQA Unlocking Potential is back!

The nominations window for AQA Unlocking Potential 2021/22 is now open.

AQA looks to the future of assessment with AQi

We’ve launched AQi: an exciting new online hub for insight, data and new thinking on the future of assessment and qualifications.

AQA report shows widespread support for GCSEs among young people

Three quarters of young people are glad they took GCSEs, and more than two thirds say the qualifications helped them move on to the next stage of their lives, a report we’ve published today has found.

September 2021

GCSE Geography: new example responses available

To support you in preparing your students for the 2022 exams and onwards, we’ve created a series of new example student responses and commentaries for all GCSE Geography units.

Functional Skills English (8720, 8725): November 2021 exams

The November 2021 Functional Skills English (8720, 8725) exams will be taking place as normal. Students must complete a Speaking, Listening and Communicating component, as this is a requirement of the specification.

AS and A-level Maths and Further Maths formulae booklets

A reminder the formulae booklets for AS and A-level Maths and Further Maths for use in the autumn 2021 and summer 2022 exams can be found in assessment resources on our qualifications pages.

Consultation decisions: GCSE, AS and A-level exams summer 2022

The Department for Education (DfE) and Ofqual have confirmed the arrangements for summer 2022 GCSE, AS and A-level exams.

A-level History NEA (7042/C) in 2022

The deadline for submitting the A-level History question/title approval form to your Non-exam Assessment (NEA) Advisor has been extended from 20 October 2021 to 3 December 2021.

Marcus Rashford to feature in AQA’s GCSE Media Studies course

Young people starting AQA's GCSE Media Studies course this month will be learning about footballer Marcus Rashford MBE’s use of social media for the first time.