Whilst our approach to education at Ely College is about much more than the qualifications you leave with, examinations are a very important feature of our curriculum. To be a successful student, you will need to master exam technique, and get to know the rules and regulations set by national authorities to ensure that exams are fair, secure and robust.
This page provides easy to access and up-to-date information on examinations.
Please find below links to a number of documents which provide important information on what to expect during examinations. These include current timetables and regulations from the Joint Council for Qualifications and Exam Boards. These rules and regulations must be adhered to by all students taking examinations at Ely College.
Any further questions about examinations should be addressed to Miss J Osborne, Examinations Officer - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remind yourself on the rules. Here is a great video from JCQ about 'No mobile phones in exams'. A short film for exam candidates about the rules on mobile phones. This applies to ALL exams.
Revision and 'Year 11 Matters':
As you may be aware, 2017 sees a change to the way some GCSE's are graded. Starting with English and Maths, GCSE grades in England will be graded from 9 to 1. This video helps explain this: