The Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) has published detailed guidance for schools and colleges to support the delivery of teacher assessed grades and help your students to progress this summer. This follows the decisions confirmed in February that students’ grades would be based on teacher assessment.
After exams were cancelled earlier this year, we committed to passing back any savings to schools and colleges in the form of a rebate on our qualification fees.
For Cambridge Nationals and Cambridge Technicals, we've asked you to submit your unit level teacher assessed grades for your non-certificating students in the autumn term 2021. The deadline for submitting unit level teacher assessed grades is 8 October 2021.
Unit level teacher assessed grades should be determined following a similar process to that for qualification level grades. Please see our step by step guidance on how to determine the grades, including guidance on unit level grades and our FAQs.
The autumn 2021 results days are listed below:
There are changes to assessment for the Summer 2022 exams, you can read our subject update for more information.
Summer 2022 results days will be in two weeks in August, as in previous exam years:
This year, we're running a range of events:
We're updating our frequently asked questions regularly. To receive an email notification each time a new 'FAQ' is added or updated, click on the ‘Follow’ link on the Exam Officers FAQs web page.
To make it easier for you, we've added links to our most recent communications to our exams officer updates page, so you can view them all in the same place.
We continue to use our social media channels – Facebook and Twitter – for those of you who find them useful but, if you don't use them, you won't miss anything!
The Exams Office gathers information on its website from stakeholders. This helps to make sure exams officers are keep up to date with the latest information in relation to this summer's awarding process.