Examinations for Summer 2021 have been cancelled and schools have been tasked with providing Awarding bodies with Centre Grades.

Centre Grades are grades that best represent the knowledge and skills demonstrated by a student across a suite of assessments that cover the breadth of material taught during the course.

Final grades are issues on results day

  • Level 3 (AS A2 level) 10th August
  • Level 2 (GCSE) 12th August


Appeals process for Wales (WJEC)

Guidance for the appeal process relating to the Welsh awarding organisation (WJEC)...

Appeals process for England (AQA, OCR, Pearson)

Guidance for the appeal process relating to the English awarding organisations (AQA, OCR, Pearson) ...

Appeals process for Cambridge International

Guidance for the appeal process relating to Cambridge International ...

Centre Grading process

A summary of the processes we will follow to determine Centre Grades...

Summer assessments

An overview of the calendar of assessments students are required to complete this summer...

Awarding organisations

An overview of our courses and their Awarding Organisations (Exams Boards)...

Centre Grades FAQs

A list of frequently asked questions relating to Centre Grades...






More in the section Qualifications 2021:

Qualifications 2021_Awarding Organisations
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Awarding organisations (exam boards) design courses and determine the assessment methods used in order to ascertain a candidate’s grade in that qualification. The Isle of Man draws upon a wide range of exam boards, from different jurisdictions. This allows us to have a wide and varied selection of…

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Qualifications 2021_Assessment Overview
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To calculate a Centre Grade the school is required to use a range of assessment data that represents the breadth of the content of the course which has been taught. Any "non examined assessments" (NEAs), for example coursework, will be incorporate it in the calculation of a Centre Grade. In order t…

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Centre Grading process
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Awarding bodies have designed very specific processes which we, as a centre, must follow in order to arrive at a Centre Grade for every student in every subject; below is an overview of these processes. Syllabus changes Due to the disruptions some course had changes made to their content, coursewor…

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WJEC Appeals Summer 2021
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WJEC Guidance on Centre Reviews and Appeals WJEC_your_guide_to_appeals_2021.pdf Provisional Centre Determined Grades are issued to candidates in June If a candidate considers an error has been made they should request the "Decision Making Record" for additional information as to how a grade was det…

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JCQ Appeals summer 2021
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JCQ Guidance on Centre Reviews and Appeals JCQ_Guidance_for_Students_and_Parents_on_Summer_2021.pdf If a candidate considers an error has been made in determining their grade, they have a right to appeal. There are two stages to the appeals process. The first stage is a Centre Review. The second st…

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CIE Appeals summer 2021
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CIE Guidance on Centre Reviews and Appeals 629835_post_results_checks_and_appeals_factsheet_for_students_and_parents.pdf If a candidate considers an error has been made in determining their grade they should ask the center to check whether a mistake has been made. The school will carry out a centre…

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Qualifications 2021_FAQa
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Frequently asked questions How will grades will be determined? This year grades for students who are completing courses will be determined by their schools instead of sitting summer exams. Grades will be determined using a range of evidence that may include coursework, mock examinations and class-b…

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