GCSE Maths & English Exams 2019

GCSE Maths and English exams are fast approaching and we’re here to help prepare you and wish you the best of luck!

On this page you will see key information about upcoming exams:

GCSE Exam Dates 2019
  • Tuesday 21st May (Maths Paper 1)
  • Tuesday 4th June (English Paper 1)
  • Thursday 6th June (Maths Paper 2)
  • Friday 7th June (English Paper 2)
  • Tuesday 11th June (Maths Paper 3)
Exam Locations

Exams will be zoned within your learning area. Please see below for where each learning area will be based for their GCSE exams. If you are not sure which learning area you are in, please confirm with your tutor.

L15/L01 (Early Years, Health Care, Animal Care, Vocational Studies, Pathways and Education Support) – This learning area will have their exams in F Block at main site in Dunstable.

L03 (Sports, Digital Media and Service Industries) – This learning area will have their exams in the LRC at main site in Dunstable.

L08 (Technologies) – This learning area will have their exams at The Incuba Campus, please click here for the address of this campus.

L11 (Business, Science, PDP, Accounting, Access to HE) – This learning area will have their exams in the Refectory at main site in Dunstable.

If you have exam access arrangements in place, you will be contact by our Additional Learning Support Team with the location of your exam.

Contact Information

If you have any queries or concerns regarding your GCSE English and Maths exams, please contact the English and Maths team:
01582 349640
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The Appeals Process

If you are unhappy with your grade and would like to appeal it, please see below the process to appeal your grade.

APPEALS against a grade awarded guidance and form for students

Guide for Students

If you are unhappy with your assessment result there are two possible levels for this procedure:

  • one involving students and the College (internally assessed units)
  • one involving the College and the exam board (externally assessed units)

How to appeal against a result from an EXTERNALLY ASSESSED UNIT

Any student wishing to appeal against their exam result which has been assessed and issued by an Examination Board must do so through the College’s Exams Office. All communication with the Exam Board must occur through the College Examinations Officer on behalf of the student(s).

Information about how to do this will be sent to the student with all external examination results by the College. Information and forms can also be found on the college website and will also be available from the Information Centre / Exams Office. The completed form and the relevant fee should be submitted to the Exams Office by the published deadline date. The time limit for this service is normally 4 weeks after the publication of results.

If the appeal is upheld and the overall grade amended the fee will be refunded in full. Please note that marks can also be downgraded. If a remark of a unit does not put up the overall provisional grade, a refund will not be available.

The result of the appeal will be communicated by the Board to the College together with any amended documentation, where appropriate, usually within two months of receipt. The College will then inform the student.

Managing exam stress element:

It is appropriate to feel some anxiety around exams, as with other important events in life. Nervous tension serves to motivate and focus attention keeping the mind alert. Exam stress becomes a problem if it interferes with the ability to prepare for and perform in exams - too much anxiety can block clear creative thinking, create a negative mind-set and lead to panic.

 

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