At George Abbot we have a full time dedicated exams team who work closely with staff and students to ensure all the necessary arrangements are made with regard to entries.

THE PROCESS

The documents below should provide you with the information you need about forthcoming public examinations. Here you can also find the forms you need to apply for a retake examination. If you have any questions concerning examinations please contact a member of the exams team at school. They will be pleased to help with your enquiry.

Exams Office contact no: 01483 888024
Email: exams@georgeabbot.surrey.sch.uk

CERTIFICATE COLLECTION

Summer 2019 examination certificates will be available for collection on 16 and 17 January 2020 from 4:00 to 7:00pm in Elmslie Hall.  For more detailed information please refer to the section ‘Exam Certificates’ further down on this page.

 

SUMMER 2020 ENTRY FORMS & TIMETABLES

A Level Entry Form + Fees

GCSE Entry Form + Fees

Entry Form – Non Taught Subjects

A Level Timetable – awaiting publication

GCSE Timetable – awaiting publication

 

EXAM CERTIFICATES

Certificates for students taking examinations during the summer A Level and GCSE exam season will only be sent to schools once the Review of Results process has been completed.  The Exam Boards will normally distribute certificates around mid-November.  All certificates will be checked and verified.

Students returning to school after having taken examinations during the summer exam season will receive their certificates during a nominated tutor time.

Students who have left George Abbot will be able to collect their certificates in January, during a set collection period.  The dates and times for this set collection will be published here.  Ex-students are required to bring Photo ID when collecting.  Ex-students may nominate another individual to collect on their behalf but MUST advise the Exams Office in advance via email.  The nominated individual must also bring Photo ID.

George Abbot can only retain uncollected certificates for a period of one year, after which point they must be securely destroyed in accordance with JCQ regulations. However, you should be aware that some Exam Boards do not offer a replacement certificate service.  In such circumstances the Exam Boards will issue a Certifying Statement of Results.

Alternatively students can request these to be posted via Recorded Delivery.  Please complete and submit with payment the form below.

Certificates Form by Recorded Delivery

CANDIDATE EXAM INFORMATION

General Advice

Information for Candidates-Coursework

Information for Candidates-Non Exam Assessments

Information for Candidates-Onscreen Tests

Information for Candidates-Privacy Notice

Information for Candidates-Social Media

Information for Candidates-Written Exams

No Mobiles Phones Poster

Warning to Candidates Poster

Please see the document below which summarises all of the above documents.

JCQ and Exam Guidance

 

MOCK EXAMINATION ADVICE FOR YR10 & YR11

The mock examination process for Years 10 & 11 will consist of 3 sessions for each day of the mock examinations series: 8:30am, 11.25am & 2:15pm.

Yr10 Student Mock Advice

Yr11 Student Mock Advice

 

COMPUTER/LAPTOP USE IN EXAMS/ASSESSMENTS

School Process

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