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Year 11 2019 Mock Exam Timetable click here

Summer 2020 External Exams

The Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) Summer 2020 exam season;

GCSE/Level 2: 11 May - 18 June 2020 inclusive

GCE/Level 3: 11 May - 23 June 2020 inclusive

 

24 June 2020 is a contingency day for GCSE and/or GCE examinations should sustained national or local disruption arise during the June 2020 examination series.

Cambridge International Examinations, Summer 2020  exam season has not yet been published. (As at 03.10.19)

Redland Green School and North Bristol Post 16 Centre exams timetables will be published at the beginning of Term 4; once all specifications have been confirmed, individual entries and tiers (GCSE)  have been collated, verified and entered with the exam boards.

Thereafter, Individual Candidate Timetables will be published. We cannot confirm Individual Candidate Timetables before this time.

Please check the Redland Green School and North Bristol Post 16 Centre websites nearer the time to confirm study leave arrangements.

Address all exams related queries to

exams@redlandgreen.bristol.sch.uk

Mrs C Sowden
Exams Officer

Exam board and Paper Information

Click here for the syllabus information for each subject.

Please address all exams related queries to exams@redlandgreen.bristol.sch.uk for the attention of the Exams Officer.

Information about Exams

Privacy Notice - Examinations

The school is required to transfer relevant personal data (for example name, date of birth, gender, recorded evidence of performance) and sensitive personal data (for example medical report for special consideration request) with examination awarding bodies including Cambridge Assessment International Education.

In turn awarding bodies may be required to provide personal data held to educational agencies such as DfE, WG, DENI, Ofqual, HESA, UCAS, Local Authorities, Learning Records Service (LRS) and Education Funding Agency (EFA) for statistical and policy development purposes.

Relevant personal data together with examination results, outcomes of any post results service requests and appeals may also be shared within the Multi Academy Trust or Post 16 consortium.

Preparing for your Exams

The lead up to exams is crucial for determining how successful you will be in your exams. 

There is a clear link between the amount of revision and the grades that students achieve.  Sadly, there is no short cut.

Please use your time wisely to continue your revision and to fully prepare for the exams.

  • If you have not done so already, make yourself a revision timetable. Give yourself some days off but ensure that you can get through the work.
  • Make your revision time productive. The best way to remember your revision is to apply it.  It is so easy to fool yourself into thinking you are doing lots of revision when you are really just reading and reading, without taking in a single word.

Revision

Be active with your revision by:

  • reading and making notes;
  • doing spider diagrams of the concepts you have covered;
  • using the subject specification to ensure you are covering all you need;
  • working through exercises you have already done in class;
  • using SAM Learning and BBC Bite Size;
  • using past papers to practice exam techniques.

Please do not leave things to the last minute! If you do, remember that it is never too late to try and improve your exam score. It is surprising what you can soak up under pressure and the worst thing you can do is to tell yourself you cannot do it.  If you give up, you definitely will not pass.

On the day of your exam make sure you have a good breakfast/lunch and drink plenty of water. 

Everyone wants you to do well, so stay calm, do your best and good luck! 

Self-confidence is the first requisite to great undertakings.       

Dr. Samuel Johnson