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Information for Exam Candidates

Bassingbourn Village College

Review of Results Procedure

Review of results (RORs) may be requested by centre staff or candidates if there are reasonable grounds for believing there has been an error in marking.

If a concern is raised about a particular examination result, the SLG, HOD and the exams officer, will investigate the feasibility of requesting an enquiry supported by the centre.

Where the centre agrees with the feasibility but does not support the review or does not uphold a request from a candidate, the candidate will be required to pay the appropriate ROR fee to the centre, and a request will be made to the awarding body on the candidate’s behalf. Awarding bodies do not charge for successful reviews and in these cases the fee would be refunded.

If the candidate (or his/her parent/carer) believes there are grounds to appeal against the centre’s decision not to support an enquiry, an internal appeal can be submitted to the centre by completing the internal appeals form at least 10 working days prior to the internal deadline for submitting an ROR.

The appellant will be informed of the outcome of his/her appeal before the internal deadline for submitting an ROR.   Download:  RORS procedure and appeals (Internal Appeals Form)

Collection of results and review of results (RORs) information

Collection of results information

Form 1 REVIEW OF RESULTS

Form 2 Non Priority Access to Scripts consent form

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Code of Conduct for Internal Exams in Year 8 and 9

In order prepare students for their external exams, in years 10 and 11, we try to replicate the conditions students sit their GCSE exams.

These rules need to be followed during the forthcoming year 8 and 9 exams.

  • Do not bring your school bag, notes, books or any electronic equipment with you into the examination room.
  • Come with all necessary equipment to be able to complete the exam ie. pens (black only please: no gel pens or other coloured ink) pencils, rulers calculators etc.
  • Keep equipment in a clear pencil case.
  • Water in a clear bottle, with no attached labels, may be brought into the exam room. No other drinks are permitted.
  • Once in the exam room do not communicate in any way with another student. Sit facing forward and do not disturb any other student. Do not lend another student your equipment.
  • If you require assistance of any kind raise your hand and an invigilator will come to you. Please do not call out.

Exams Office February 2017

Bassingbourn Village College

South End, Bassingbourn, Royston, Hertfordshire, SG8 5NJ

01763 242344

office@bassingbournvc.net
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