Access arrangements

Access arrangements in exams allow students with particular requirements to perform to their best ability. For example, students who have a disability, a medical condition, who are ill for the exam or whose first language is not English, Irish or Welsh may be allowed special arrangements. This could be something like having a modified question paper for a student with a visual impairment.

2013

Access Arrangements for GCSE and A Level: 2012/13

Data tables for Access arrangements for GCSE and GCE: 2011/12 examination series

Pre-release access

The following people were allowed access to the report 24 hours before publication:

Ofqual: Chief Regulator, Director of Regulations, Director of Policy and Engagement, Deputy Director, Policy, Director of Risk  and Markets, Director of Standards and Research, Head of Engagement, Press Officer,

Department for Education: Senior Press Officer, Schools Desk

CCEA:  Communications Manager, Communications Officer

AQA: PR & Media Relations Manager

OCR: Media Relations Manager, Public Affairs

WJEC/CBAC: PR & Communications Manager

Pearson: Press and Public Affairs Manager, Head of Press and Public Affairs

JCQ: Director, Senior Manager for Examination Services

2012

Access Arrangements for GCSE and GCE: 2011/12 Exam Series (October 2012)

Data tables for the 2012 access arrangements report

Pre-release access

The following people were allowed access to the report 24 hours before publication:

Ofqual

Chief Regulator, Director of Regulations, Head of Regulatory Development, Chief Press Officer.

Department for Education

Qualification Systems & Reform Division, Chief Press Officer

CCEA

Marketing and Communications Manager

AQA

PR & Media Relations Executive

OCR

Group Director, Public Affairs and Media Relations Manager

WJEC/CBAC

Marketing & Communications Manager

Edexcel

Press and Public Affairs Manager

JCQ

Director

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