For any examination enquiries please email the Examination's Officer on email@example.com.
A list of all qualifications, exam boards and specifications is available to download from the bottom of this page. Please see the ‘List of Examination Specifications’ for more information.
This page will contain information throughout the year relating to public examinations (GCSE and A Levels), and in-school examinations (mock exams).
Examination timetables are published here ahead of examination periods.
Ofqual have outlined how qualifications will be awarded this summer:
Information Documents for Candidates
For students following GCSE, A Level and other publicly examined courses, the following documents should be read and understood by the student in advance of any examinations:
Coursework 2021 - Information for candidates
Non-examination assessments 2021 - Information for candidates
On-screen tests 2021 - Information for candidates
Privacy Notice 2021 - Information for Candidates
Social media 2021 - Information for candidates
Written exams 2021 - Information for candidates
GCSE Exams have changed to 9 – 1 grades. Here is a video which explains these changes.
A copy of our “Internal Appeals Procedure” concerning assessment of work can be found at the bottom of this page.
Results Day 2021
|A Level / AS Level/Level 3 BTEC:||Tuesday 10 August 2021|
|GCSE / Cambridge National / Level 1 & 2 BTEC Level / WJEC & NCFE Vocational Level 1&2||Thursday 12 August 2021|
Collection in person:
Students are to collect their results from the Sports Hall at Prince William School between 09:00am and 11:00am on the morning of the result date.
If you are unable to collect your exam results in person on results day you can either:
- view your results on Edulink on the afternoon of results day; or
- nominate a person to pick up exam results on your behalf. If you wish to do this, please complete and email in the form below and remind the person you have nominated to collect your results that they must present photo ID upon collection. We must be made aware of this in advance of the results day.
Results on Edulink will be available to all students after midday on results day and can be accessed via the blue ‘Exams’ button on the Edulink main menu. In line with JCQ regulations, only the student will have access; parent logins will not show exam results.
Nominate someone to collect on your behalf:
Please provide the information below if you would like to nominate a person to collect exam results on your behalf:
CANDIDATE NO or YEAR GROUP:
I give permission for my representative: ...................... to collect my results on my behalf.
I confirm that my representative will provide photographic ID on collection.
Information should be returned by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The student must send it from their school email address.
This must be completed by the student, a parent/carer cannot send on a student’s behalf.
Certificates, when received from the exam boards, will be issued to you at an awards evening. The ceremony for our ex-Year 11s will be on Thursday 2 December 2021 and the ceremony for our ex-Year 13s will be on Thursday 6 January 2022. Further information on awards evenings will follow nearer the time. We sincerely hope that these events will be able to take place this year, but if they are not, you will be notified of alternative arrangements for you to collect your certificates from school.
Summer 2021 Guidance and Policies
Summer 2021 Appeals Process
Autumn 2021 Exams
Information will be made available here once details have been finalised by the exam boards.
Supportive Web Links
External/Private Candidates for Summer 2021 Exams
If you would like to register as an external candidate at Prince William School please download the registration form from the bottom of this page and email to email@example.com.
Alternatively, registration forms can be collected from school.Registrations received after the deadline of 25th January 2021 will be considered but may be subject to late fees charged by the exam board. We may not always be able to accept private candidates and applications will be considered on an individual basis.
- Entry Fee: This amount is determined by the exam board, dependent on subject and level of exam being taken.
- Registration Fee: £50 per subject (non-refundable).
- Invigilation Fee: £10 per hour of exam.
Entry fees and exam times/length can be found on the exam board websites.