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Assessment Grades Summer 2020 Appeals Page setup to provide the latest Information. 

Essential Appeals Information:

For a full guide to Appeals for Summer 2020 Exams and Results, visit this website - AQA APPEALS PAGE

Please find in the above website the initial grounds for the basis of a Student Appeal. In the first instance the student is required to make contact directly with their Centre to discuss the grounds for appeal and to establish if the appeal meets the required criteria.

The college can appeal to the Awarding Body directly, on behalf of the Student, on the ground of incorrect data in the scenarios as outlined in the AQA Appeals Guide.

A student with concerns about bias, discrimination, or any other reason why the college has not fairly assigned a grade or ranking, should raise this with their college in the first instance by following the college’s normal complaints route.

Students are required to appeal within 7 working days from the date of receiving the official Exam grade/result by contacting the centre directly using the email addresses below:

FOR GCSE MATHS: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
FOR GCSE ENGLISH: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
FOR BTEC: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

A copy of our Complaints, Comments and Compliments Procedure is available HERE

 

Disclaimer: Ofqual has advised students not to challenge centre-assessed grades for Summer 2020. The only grounds for appeal are:

1) Administrative error by either the College or Exam board - which can be quickly found, corrected and dealt with informally.

2) Where a student or others have concerns about bias, discrimination or any other factor and believe that a centre has not behaved with care or integrity when grading, a student can appeal to their centre. A student with concerns about bias, discrimination, or any other reason why the college has not fairly assigned a grade or ranking, should raise this with their college in the first instance by following the college’s normal complaints route.

 

The National Careers Service Exam Results Helpline

The National Careers Service Exam Results Helpline is available again this year, providing professional and personalised advice to those receiving any exam results, including BTECs, GCSEs and A Levels. The Exams Results Helpline runs from Wednesday 12th August and continues until Friday 28th August. It is available for young people, and their parents or carers looking for careers support, who can contact the helpline on 0800 100 900 from 8am to 10pm 7 days a week.

As well as the Exam Results Helpline, National Careers Service has developed new pages on its website, offering post-16 and post-18 advice, covering everything from exploring options and career routes at 16 and 18, to how to write a CV and how to find job opportunities. Please see the National Careers Service website for further information.

 

Contact us:
Phone - 01992 411 400
Email - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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