Important information about

Examinations

GCSE & 'A' Level Examination Information

All information regarding public examinations can be found on these pages. If there are any problems at all, students should visit the main reception to see the Examinations Officer.

Examination Boards

Below are links to the four main Examination Boards used by East Barnet School for GCSE and Advanced Level Examinations. Individual course codes can be found on Faculty pages.

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AQA

Stag Hill House
Guildford Surrey
GU2 7XJ

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Pearson Edexcel

190 High Holborn
London
WC1V 7BH

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OCR

9 Hills Road
Cambridge
CB2 1PB

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WJEC

245 Western Avenue
Cardiff
CF5 2YX

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Examinations Department

Contact Information

Mrs B. Saleh
Examinations Officer

Main School Office
exams@eastbarnetschool.com

Revision Resources

Examination Information

GCSE & 'A' Level Examinations Timetable

No timetable currently available.

GCSE Results Collection

Please check back closer to the time.

'A' Level Results Collection

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Re-sit Information for 2020

The application for re-sits can be accessed here.

Latest Information from Exam Boards

To see the latest update, please click here.

Notices

There are currently no notices.

What happens to the examinations if there is severely bad weather?

In the event of snow or adverse weather, GCSE and ‘A’ Level exams will still take place as scheduled unless it proves absolutely impossible to do so. We may not reschedule any examinations as the times are set by the examination boards and must be strictly adhered to.

Normal rules apply and any candidate arriving after 9.30am for a morning examination or 1.30pm for an afternoon examination will be allowed to sit the examination but must be reported as arriving late. The examination board may decide not to accept their scripts. When deciding whether to accept any work done by a candidate who arrives late, the awarding body will pay particular attention to the degree of lateness and how far it can be sure that the security of the examination has been maintained. It is therefore essential that students allow themselves extra time to get into school on time for any scheduled examination.

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