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Exam Information

This page is intended to provide information about the examinations taken by pupils at the Sweyne Park School for pupils, parents and carers. There is also important information about exam regulations, the equipment required and the exam timetables.

If you have any concerns or need further information, please contact the Examinations Officer, , on 01268 784721 (ext 237).

For further exam information including controlled assessments, coursework assessments, the JCQ exam regulations, what to bring to an exam, the mobile policy and more download the bundle below.

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2020 Exam Guidance

2020 Exam & Results Guidance for pupils, parents and carers. If you need information on exam results, appeals, options for school leavers or the exam grading and assessment standardisation download this helpful information bundle. 

Sixth Form

2020 Exam Guidance, Information and Resources for Sixth Form Pupils, Parents and Carers.

A Level examinations are the most important public examinations you are ever likely to sit, as they ultimately determine your range of university and employment options during Year 13.

Sweyne Park Sixth Formers begin A Level courses in either three or four subjects in September of Year 12, and sit examination papers in each of these subjects during the Summer Term. We took the decision in early September to phase out AS Level entry across the next year, in line with the national trend. The key reason for this was that most departments feel that preparation for the AS exam impinges upon the time required to prepare for full A Level. However, a small number of departments have decided to retain the AS until 2019 in order to offer students a sense of stepped progression between GCSE and full A Level. In subjects where the AS exam is not offered, all students will sit an internal end-of-year exam in July.

The results achieved on these AS papers and end-of-year internal exams are of huge importance, as they have a bearing both on predicted grades for university applications, and on suitability for exam entry at A Level in Year 13. The majority of students will ultimately complete three A Level subjects alongside their Extended Project Qualification.

Top A-Level Revision Tips

  • Start Revising Early.
  • Be Organised.
  • Understand The Assessment Objectives.
  • Take Breaks & Get Enough Rest.
  • Practice Past Exam Papers.


Certificates from the last academic year are awaiting collection. If the collection of certificates will be by somebody other than the candidate, they must bring a letter of authorisation signed by the candidate. Certificates are held for 1 year and then they will be securely destroyed.

Artwork will be available for collection, after the art exhibition.

2020 Exam Guidance, Information and Resources for Sixth Form Pupils, Parents and Carers.

Replacement Certificates

For lost or replacement certificates, please contact the exam boards directly:

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I take a pencil case into the exam?

Yes you may take a pencil case into the exam room, however it MUST be “see-through”.

What colour pen should I use?

Exams are to be written in black pen. Remember to bring a spare pen with you. Gel pens are NOT allowed.

What happens if I am late?

If you are late, report to the school office and inform them immediately upon your arrival that you need to enter the exam late. An invigilator will then escort you to the exam room.

What do I wear?

You must be in full school uniform. Do not bring you mobile phone, smart watch, MP3 or iPod to the exam.

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