JCQ COURSEWORK REGULATIONS

  • June 24, 2019

Instructions for conducting non-examination assessments version published June ; version published May Notice to centres — The People Present updated June Guidance regarding access arrangements when a candidate changes centre. Online forms published October Alternative site arrangements, centre consortium arrangements, transferred candidate arrangements and Very Late Arrivals are now processed on-line through the Centre Admin Portal CAP. These regulations reflect a whole centre approach to access arrangements.

These Instructions must be used in timetabled written and on-screen examinations for the qualifications listed. This document provides subject teachers, senior leaders and heads of centre with a single, definitive source of generic guidance and instructions for GCE and GCSE qualifications. Alternative site arrangements, centre consortium arrangements, transferred candidate arrangements and Very Late Arrivals are now processed on-line through the Centre Admin Portal CAP. Independent Commission into Malpractice July Information for candidates — on-screen tests

jcq coursework regulations

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If exams officers need to contact JCQ regarding exams administration related queries, please email centresupport jcq. They may also apply to other awarding body specific Level 1, Level 2 or Regulatioons 3 qualifications.

Non-Examination Assessments – JCQ Joint Council for Qualifications

Note that any queries regarding special consideration must be directed to the relevant awarding body and not to JCQ. Alternative site arrangements, centre consortium arrangements, transferred candidate arrangements and Very Late Arrivals are now processed on-line through the Centre Admin Portal CAP. These instructions are for examinations held between 1 September and 31 August Instructions for regulatioons coursework version published April ; version published March Online forms published October These regulations reflect a whole centre approach to access arrangements.

  CURRICULUM VITAE EUROPEO EDITABILE GRATIS

Information for candidates — written exams Guidance regarding access arrangements when a candidate changes centre. Centres should refer to awarding body instructions.

jcq coursework regulations

Notice to Centres — regulafions of general qualification results June examinations. Independent Commission into Malpractice July This checklist summarises the most essential actions for invigilating written examinations. Notice to centres — The People Present updated June Release of results — June published November The JCQ awarding bodies provide further guidance and clarity on the role of centre staff in the examination room, other than exam officers and invigilators.

Instructions for conducting coursework 2018-2019

It details procedures for dealing with suspected coursewoork on the part of candidates, centre staff and any others involved in managing the delivery of qualifications, and for taking appropriate action to maintain the integrity of the qualifications. Instructions for conducting non-examination assessments version published June ; version published May If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. Information for candidates — on-screen tests Online forms published October Alternative site arrangements, centre consortium arrangements, transferred candidate arrangements and Very Late Arrivals are now processed on-line through the Centre Admin Portal Regulatinos.

  DANIEL GOLDHAGENS THESIS

This booklet sets out the processes for appealing against decisions made by the JCQ awarding bodies in relation to the qualifications listed.

Regulations and Guidance – JCQ Joint Council for Qualifications

These Instructions must be used in timetabled written and on-screen examinations for the qualifications listed. The Joint Council for Qualifications, on behalf of its awarding courseworrk members, has written this document for centres. Instructions for conducting coursework published March This section has been structured in line with the key activities of the exam cycle, ranging from key dates, access arrangements, conducting exams to results and post results services.

This document provides subject teachers, senior leaders and heads of centre with a single, definitive source of generic guidance and instructions for GCE and GCSE qualifications. Information for candidates — non-examination assessments