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When in June do Gcses finish?

When in June do Gcses finish?

28 June
GCSE exam dates The Joint Council for Qualifications has produced a timetable that says GCSE exams will begin on 16 May and finish on 28 June. Where there is more than one exam paper per subject, those papers will be spread further apart than usual.

What month do GCSE exams take place 2022?

16 May
GCSE exams in 2022 will start on 16 May and finish on 28 June.

What dates are GCSEs usually?

When do GCSE exams begin? The main exam period generally runs from around May the 14th to the 22nd of June in year 10 and 11. Check out the links above for exam timetables for different exam boards.

Will 2022 GCSEs be Cancelled?

GCSE and A-level exams are set to make a return this summer following the upheaval caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Tests will go ahead as normal in 2022 after formal exams were cancelled two years in a row because of the virus.

Can you go to the toilet in Gcses?

You will not be allowed to go to the toilet during the first 30 minutes and the last 15 minutes of the exams as this can be disruptive to other students, unless you have a known condition that the exams team have been informed of. However, if it is absolutely necessary, you will be escorted by an invigilator.

Are 2022 GCSEs easier?

Pupils’ GCSE and A-level exams will be graded more generously than in pre-pandemic years – to make up for the disruption Covid has had on learning. National exams are going ahead this year across the UK, for the first time since the pandemic began.

How many times can I resit GCSE?

There is no limit on the number of resits that you can do, but it is necessary that you continue to resit the exam until you achieve a minimum grade 4, ideally before you turn 18.

What pens are not allowed in GCSEs?

The JCQ rules for GCSEs state that you can’t use erasable pens or correcting fluid. The school should have explained that they were not allowed.

Can my 14 year old go to college?

Currently, 14- to 16-year-olds can only attend FE colleges if they are released by their school, or if special arrangements are made with a local authority.

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