Information for Candidates

Before the GCSE exams begin, you must read all of the relevant documents below. They are published by the Joint Council on Qualifications (JCQ) who are the body in overall charge of exams in England

These documents tell you about some things that you must and must not do when you are completing your work.
When you submit your work for marking, the awarding body will normally require you to sign an authentication statement confirming that you have read and followed the regulations.
If there is anything that you can’t read or do not understand, you must ask your teacher or tutor

Information for candidates – written exams 2022-2023 – for all students

Non-examination assessments – applies to all GCSE courses where there is a non-examination element. Examples are Art, Dance, Drama, Music & Design Technology.

Coursework Assessments – applies to students taking Child Development, iMedia, Music Technology and Sport Studies

On-Screen Tests – not currently relevant but included for information

Privacy Notice – what happens to your data

JCQ have also produced some useful guides: