Welcome to the Examinations Office Webpages
These pages contain information about the EXTERNAL Examinations (GCSE, GCE, STEP and University Entrance Examinations) taken at The Judd School.
Please note: Most of the information is seasonal. Please make sure the information you are viewing is for the correct Year and Series
Examinations Officers: Mrs Shirley Dobra / Ms Lindsey Macadam
Telephone: 01732 770880
Exams Contingency Day: Wednesday 26 June 2019
The exam boards have designated 26 June as a contingency day for GCSE and/or GCE examinations should sustained national or local disruption arise during the June 2019 examination series. Candidates must remain available until this date.
Excel Worksheet version
You can create an individual timetable by selecting/filtering for your subjects.
Examination Results Collection Summer 2019
A Level and Pre-U Thursday 15th August
Year 13 8:00am to 9:30am from Annexe (7:30am for those who have missed out on their university choices and need advice); collection from Student Reception from 9:30am
GCSE Thursday 22nd August
Year 11 8:00am to 10:00am; collection from Annexe. After 10:00am from Reception.
Appeals and Complaints
For general complaints regarding the school's delivery or administration of a qualification please click on The Judd School Complaints and appeals procedure (exams).
You can use The Judd School's internal appeals process for:
- appeals against the marks awarded for centre assessed work before the marks are submitted to the awarding body;
- appeals against the school's decision not to support a post-results review of moderation;
- appeals against the school's decision not to support an appeal against a post-results mark review outcome.
The Judd School Internal Appeals Procedure for 2018/2019 will be available soon.
Following the issue of results, awarding bodies make the following post-results services available:
Access to scripts (ATS) and Enquiries about results (EARs)
Full details of these services, internal deadlines for requesting a service and fees charged will be available from the summer term.
JCQ Information for Candidates documents
Privacy Notice - processing your personal data
Non-examination Assessments - what you must and must not do when completing your work
Coursework - what you must and must do when completing coursework
The General Data Protection Regulation procedure for exams details how The Judd School, in relation to exams management and administration, ensures compliance with the regulations as set out by the Data Protection Act 2018 and General Data Protection Regulation.
Available for current students and leavers
To apply for re-sits please click on the links below. Please download and print the attached form and complete and return it to the exams office. Payment must be made through Joinos. Deadline for re-sits is Friday 25th January 2019.
If you are currently a student at The Judd School and wish to take an examination in a subject not offered here, please contact Mrs Dobra, the Examinations Officer. You will generally be able to sit the examination at The Judd School. You will have to pay for the examination, at the fee the Examination Board charges plus an administration fee.
The Examinations Officer will be happy to answer any queries and help to organise oral exams.
The Judd School does not normally accept external candidates who have no links with the school.
If you were formerly a student, please contact the Examinations Officer. If you wish to sit a subject with an Examinations Board that the school currently uses for the subject, then we are more likely to be able to accommodate you.
University Admission Tests
The following admission tests are held in the Autumn Term at school.
- University of Cambridge pre-interview assessments
- University of Oxford admissions tests
- BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT) – October/November
- Test of Mathematics for University Admission (TMUA)
- Mathematics Admissions Test (MAT).
Application forms will be available from early September and payment can be made through JOINOS.
Information about the admission tests can be found on
http://www.admissionstestingservice.org as well as university web sites.