Exam Information and Dates



Exam and Assessment Dates 2022 – 2023

18 & 19th October – UAT Tests
31st October – 4th November – GCSE Maths & English Resits
3rd – 16th November – Year 11 Mock Exams
12th – 16th December – Year 13 Mock Exams
16th – 20th January – Year 12 Assessments
27th Feb – 10th March – Year 11 Mock Exams
19th – 23rd June – Year 10 Assessments (Provisional)
26th – 30th June – Year 12 Assessments (Provisional)
Summer 2023 – GCSE & A Level Exams To Be Confirmed


2022 – 2023 Results Days

12th January 2023 – November Resits Results


Summer 2022 Exam Series
11th May 2022 – 28th June 2022.
Please note: There are possibly a few exam units before 11th May. We are awaiting further information.

Exam Contingency date: 29th June 2022. All students must be available up to and including this date


Summer 2022 Results Days

A Level (GCE) – 18th August 2022
GCSE – 25th August 2022

Please note: we do not telephone results to students.

  • Leave a stamped addressed envelope with the Examinations Office for results to be posted.
  • Complete a Results Collection Request Form (below) for a nominated family member to collect your results on your behalf – this form must be completed by the student and passed to the person collecting your results. The form and ID need to be produced by the person collecting, before the results are handed over.

Certificates

The candidate should collect their own certificate, however if this is not possible, a nominated person can collect on their behalf. The person will need to bring with them a signed authorisation form (see below) as well as the photo ID of the person collecting.

If you are unable to collect on this day, appointments can be made for collection Mon – Thurs between 3.15 and 4.20pm and Friday, 3.15 – 4pm
If this is still not suitable, please contact the school to arrange collection or in exceptional circumstances, Certificates can be posted out but the postage cost must be paid by the student and will depend on the weight. Please contact the exams Office to arrange this.

The school is only obliged to keep the Certificates for 1 year then they are either destroyed or returned to the exam board. At this point the cost of certificates will no longer be the responsibility of the school

For certificates in previous years, please contact tgs.exams@tgs.starmat.uk to arrange collection.

Replacement / Lost Certificates

Please click here to explain what you have to do to replace lost/missing certificates.

PDF FAQ – Exam information and advice

PDF Key Stage 4 Examinations information for Parents and Students

 Information for Candidates – Appeals procedure for internally marked assessments

 GCSE AS and A level Qualifications Reform Parent information

PDF New GCSE Grade Methodology