In advance of A Level/Level 3 Results Day (13th August) and GCSE/Level 2 Results Day (20th August), please find a link below to the JMHS process for dealing with any queries your son or daughter might have after they receive their results. In addition to our process document, a link to the appeals process flowchart and a copy of Ofqual’s Student Guide to Results is also provided below.
Summer 2020 letters
JMHS start all morning exams at 9:00 and all afternoon exams at 13:00. Students must ensure that they arrive at the exam venue at least 20 minutes before the start time of the exam. Parents will need to ensure that suitable travel arrangements exist for students where exams finish after normal school hours.
Equipment required for Exams
Please can Students and their Parents ensure that they bring the appropriate equipment to all exams. To avoid delays at the start of the exam disadvantaging all candidates, equipment will not be lent out in the exam venue until the exam has commenced, hence students need to ensure that they arrive at the venue with all of the equipment that they require:
3. Black ink pen (biro, roller ball, etc.)
4. Pencil (sharp, not coloured, and appropriate hardness – i.e. HB – 2H)
6. Pencil sharpener
and additionally for some Maths exams –
The Exam Boards provide useful information for students about what plagiarism is and how to avoid it.
Dates for forthcoming exams
November Resits – 2 November 2020 to 23 November 2020
January BTEC, Cambridge Nation and Cambridge Technical Units – 10 January 2021 to 18 January 2021
Summer Series GCSE, Level 2, A Level and Level 3 exams – TBC
Results days 2021
|Summer 2021 AS and A2||Tuesday 24 August 2021|
|Summer 2021 GCSE||Friday 27 August 2021|
All of the exams are run to the rules set out by the Joint Council for Qualifications
Information for Candidates 2020-21
Candidates attention is drawn to the following documents:
Please contact the Exams Officer with any enquiries (term time only):
JMHS retains uncollected exam certificates for one year from the date of issue after which any unclaimed certificates may be destroyed by a secure method (for example by shredding or incineration) in accordance with guidelines from the JCQ. To obtain copies of past certificates you should contact the exam board(s) whose exams you originally sat.