Exam Information and Results

SUMMER A LEVEL RESULTS 2019
Results will be available on Student Advantage from 8.00am, Thursday 15th August.
You will not be able to access your accounts prior to this date and time.
Printed results will also be available in the Sports Hall from 9:00am. All printed results not collected by 2:30pm will be posted to your home address.

GCSE results are the following week: Thursday 22nd August

RE-SITS FOR SUMMER 2019 – For Ex-BHASVIC or current students only. We do not take Private Candidates.
Our Internal deadline is November 23rd 2018. Once this date has passed, further charges may apply.
Please speak to the Exams Department for further information.

FORMS AVAILABLE FROM THE EXAMS OFFICE – S212


LINEAR A LEVELS
Please note all written components must be re-sat. However all coursework/practical elements will be carried forward from the previous series.
Total cost per subject £110 plus £25 admin fee per subject for Ex Students.

LEGACY A LEVELS – Old syllabus
You may choose the unit you wish to re-sit and the best of all your attempts count towards your final grade. If you need clarification of the exam paper reference, please check your statement of results or speak to a member of the Exams Department.
The cost is £40 per unit plus £25 admin fee per subject for Ex-Students.

ENTRIES WILL NOT BE PROCESSED UNLESS PAYMENT HAS BEEN RECEIVED.

IMPORTANT EXAM INFORMATION
Please note: The awarding bodies have designated Wednesday 26 June 2019 as ‘contingency day’ for examinations. This is consistent with the qualification regulators’ document Exam system contingency plan: England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The designation of a contingency day within the common exam timetable is in the event of national or local disruption to examinations. It is part of the awarding bodies’ standard contingency planning for examinations.
Centres must therefore remind candidates that they must remain available until Wednesday 26 June 2019 should an awarding body need to invoke its contingency plan.

Contact details : exams@bhasvic.ac.uk
Direct line: 01273 859806


Financial support available for BHASVIC 2019 leavers – Do you qualify? 

Founded in 1922, the Old Boys War Memorial Fund exists to support BHASVIC students with financial challenges (which cannot be covered by other forms of financial support such as the bursary) or those who wish to undertake a project or trip which enhances their education. For example, in recent years, the fund has supported a student with university set-up costs after she experienced a significant disruption to her home life, and another student who took part in a volunteering project abroad to gain experience relevant to his chosen degree subject, and therefore enhance his application to university. Recognising the problems caused by the economic climate, the fund generally supports those with financial challenges that might limit their opportunities at BHASVIC and beyond. Grants usually range from £150 to £500.  

If you are interested in finding out more, please e-mail bursary@bhasvic.ac.uk in the first instance stating how much you would like to apply for (up to a maximum of £500) and what you would be hoping to use this for. Please note, before making a decision, we will need to speak to your subject teachers and/or personal tutor/Guidance Manager to ensure they support your application. 


JCQ NOTICES - EXAM BOARD RULES AND REGULATIONS

Information for candidates - coursework

Information for candidates - social media

Information for candidates - written exams

Information for candidates - non-examination assessments

Information for candidates - onscreen tests

Information for candidates - privacy notice

Plagiarism in Examinations

Exams Internal Appeals Policy

Notes for overnight supervision of candidates with a timetable variation


Exam Results

Exam Results 2018

Exam Results 2017

Exam Results 2016

Exam Results 2015

Exam Results 2014


Coursework Deadlines 2018 - 19