Official Statistics

Access Arrangements for GCSE and A Level: 2014/15 Academic Year

Access arrangements allow skills and knowledge to be demonstrated by candidates with disabilities, temporary illnesses or special educational needs.

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Access Arrangements for GCSE and A Level: 2014/15 Academic Year

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Tables : Access Arrangements for GCSE and A Level:2014/15 Academic Year

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Pre-release access list

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Details

The key findings for this release are:

  1. There were 284,300 requests for access arrangements, up 5% on 2013/14.
  2. These requests were for 173,850 candidates, up 3% on 2013/14 with the total number of candidates being stable between 2013/2014 and 2014/2015.
  3. There were 255,850 requests approved, up 3% on 2013/14.
  4. There were 138,550 approved requests for the most frequently granted access arrangement of 25% extra time, a 5% increase compared with 2013/14.
  5. The number of approved requests for modified papers has increased by 26% on 2013/14 , from 28,750 to 36,150.
  6. There were 10,150 approved requests for non-interactive electronic question papers (a type of modified paper introduced from summer 2014), an increase of 111% on 2013/14.

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