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Access Arrangements for GCSE and GCE
Department: Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation
Awarding organisations must ensure that candidates with particular requirements can demonstrate their skills, knowledge and understanding, for example by providing modified question papers for candidates with visual impairments. Ofqual collects and reports information on the total number of access arrangements in the GCSE and GCE summer examination series in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. No geographic breakdown of the data is currently published.
Appeals against Results for GCSE and GCE
Department: Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation
Awarding organisations must have published arrangements for the submission of appeals against results. Ofqual collects and reports information on the total number of appeals against results concerning the GCSE and GCE summer examination series in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. No geographic breakdown is currently published.
Enquiry about Results for GCSE and GCE
Department: Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation
Awarding organisations must have published arrangements for the submission of enquires about results. Ofqual collects and reports information on the total number of enquiries about results concerning the GCSE and GCE summer examination series in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. No geographic breakdown is currently published.
Entries and Late Entries for GCSE and GCE
Department: Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation
Ofqual collects and reports information on the number of entries and late entries concerning the GCSE and GCE summer examination series in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. No geographic breakdown is currently published.
Higher Qualifications
Department: Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation
This bulletin covers qualifications of all types at Level 4 and above (equivalent to post-A level), excluding university degrees, which are regulated by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) rather than Ofqual. There is some overlap between the figures in this bulletin and the Vocational Qualifications Quarterly which covers NVQ, VRQ, QCF and Occupational Qualifications at all levels. Produced using data submitted by awarding organisations.
Higher and Supplemental Qualifications bulletin
Department: Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation
This bulletin covers supplemental and higher qualifications. Supplemental covers Entry to Level 3 Qualifications for Basic skills, Entry level, ESOL, Free-standing mathematics qualifications, Functional skills, Key skills and Other General. Higher covers qualifications of all types at Level 4 and above, excluding university degrees. There is some overlap between the figures in this bulletin and the Vocational Qualifications Quarterly. Produced using data submitted by awarding organisations.
Malpractice in GCSE and GCE
Department: Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation
Awarding organisations must investigate and issue penalties for any candidate or centre malpractice that might undermine the integrity of an exam. Ofqual collects and reports information on the total number of incidents of malpractice in the GCSE and GCE summer examination series in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. No geographic breakdown of the data is currently published.
Northern Ireland Annual Statistics
Department: Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation
This bulletin covers all regulated qualifications in Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland Qualifications Quarterly
Department: Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation
This bulletin covers all regulated qualifications in Northern Ireland, except GCSEs, GCEs and Diploma
Perceptions of A levels and GCSEs
Department: Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation
Each year Ofqual commissions a survey of public perceptions of A levels and GCSEs in England. The survey covers teachers, parents and students, and addresses confidence in the general examinations systems.
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