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Information for Candidates (Written Examinations)

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Information for Candidates (Non-examination assessment)

No unauthorised items in the exam room

Warning to Candidates

Coping with exam Pressure

Information for Candidates Privacy Notice

IFC Coursework Assessment

Penalties soar for taking devices into exams

Letter to Parents April 2023

Ofqual guide for students 2024

Preparing to sit your exams

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OCR Exam Support

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Candidate Malpractice

The JCQ information for Candidates documents for written examinations and on- screen tests 22/23 state ‘Yout must not write inappropriate, obscene or offensive material’ and that ‘if you try to cheat, or break the rules in any way, you could be disqualified from all your subjects’

The JCQ Suspected Malpractice Policies and Procedures 22/23 documents states that ‘ the inclusion of inappropriate, offensive, obscene, homophobic, transphobic, racist or sexist materials in scripts, controlled assessments, coursework, non- examination assessments or portfolios’ constitutes candidate malpractice.

JCQ candidate Malpractice examples

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