This part of the website is for exam officers in schools, colleges and other institutions which enter candidates for WJEC examinations.
Legacy AS, A level and GCSE Resits
Re-sit opportunities for some GCSE Legacy units will be available in the January or June 2019 series, and for GCE Legacy units in the June 2019 examination series. Units that are available in each series will be the final opportunity, and will be available only to eligible candidates.
Intention to enter applications for these subjects must be made by centres no later than 20th September 2018 through the WJEC secure website. Applications made after this date will not be accepted. If there is insufficient demand, the opportunity to resit will be withdrawn. Please see the WJEC website in October 2018 for a final list of January and June 2019 resit opportunities available.
Results Day – Thursday 5th July
Entry Level (Legacy) and Entry Pathways results are released to centres on Wednesday 4th July and to candidates on Thursday 5th July.
Information regarding these results can be found below:
Post Results Services and Appeals
Ofqual have recently published decisions on changes to regulations for post results services and appeals.
WJEC, working with the other JCQ awarding organisations, has updated its procedures to ensure that they reflect Ofqual’s decisions. Further information is available here.
Information on Post-Results Services can be found on our Post-Results Services web page.
WJEC follows the JCQ processes on appeals as documented in the JCQ 'Guide to the awarding bodies' appeals processes'.
Our 'Appeals – A guide for centres' document outlines WJEC's processes for appeals concerning enquiries about results, malpractice, access arrangements, special consideration and other examination and assessment administrative decisions.
Our 'During the Examinations' pages provides help and guidance to examinations officers on issues and potential difficulties which can occur during each examination series. The information is available here here.
Reviews of marking – centre assessed marks
For the June 2018 series onwards, all learners must be provided with the marks of their centre-marked assessments and be able to request a review of the centre's marking prior to marks being submitted to WJEC.
JCQ regulations have been updated accordingly, and notices regarding reviews of marking have been issued. Frequently Asked Questions are included in the JCQ document 'Notice to centres – informing candidates of their centre assessed marks'
Malpractice and Whistleblowing
If you believe that you have witnessed malpractice in examinations or assessments, please review the information on our malpractice page and contact us immediately.
WJEC follows the JCQ processes on Malpractice as documented in the JCQ "Suspected Malpractice in Examinations and Assessments" guide.
Our Malpractice - "A Guide for Centres" document outlines WJEC processes and provides advice and guidance.
Legacy and reformed AS, A level and GCSE Resit
The WJEC Guide to Resits provides information on the eligibility criteria and rules for resits.
Information on the legacy resit opportunities available for 2017-18 can be found in the following link.
WJEC Final and provisional timetables can be found on our Key Dates and Timetables page.
WJEC secure website
The WJECs secure website (available only to examination centres and for which separate registration is required) offers a range of additional materials, including past papers free of charge, and enables exam officers to conduct certain online transactions.
A wide range of documentation relating to common administrative processes across all general qualification awarding bodies can be found on the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) website.
Exam Officer Support
There are membership organisations that offer support to exams officers.
Wales Centre Support Team
Qualifications Wales's Centre Support Team are a regionally-based team who maintain close relationships with examination officers, teachers and SLT in centres in Wales.
Unitised Specifications - GCSE
Video explaining entry and re-sit rules for GCSE unitised specifications:
Unitised Specifications - GCSE video