A series of 'postcards' outlining the work Ofqual is doing, with an emphasis on current reforms to qualifications in England.
Grade descriptors for GCSEs graded 9 to 1. Designed to provide an indication of the likely level of performance at grades 2, 5 and 8.
Rules and guidance for all awarding organisations and all regulated qualifications
Advice and guidance for students on how to cope with pressure associated with test and exam anxiety
Find out about Ofqual's rules for the qualifications and assessments we regulate
Who and what Ofqual regulates, how to apply to be regulated and what happens when you want to stop being regulated.
An infographic summarising 2018 GCSE results.
Information for schools and colleges about Ofqual's regulation of GCSEs, AS and A levels
This joint contingency plan is in place to deal with any major disruption that may affect exam candidates.
Rules about qualification design and development, including about qualification titling, qualification specifications, credit, and qualification size and level.
Rules about governance of awarding organisations, including management of conflicts of interest, risks, incidents and malpractice
What exam boards must do to prevent it, and how to report it
Rules about setting and delivering assessments, including about the language of assessments, maintaining confidentiality of assessments, reasonable adjustments and special consideration
General rules, including about qualification fitness for purpose and accessibility, and about reviewing approach, enquiries and complaints, withdrawing qualifications and information for teachers.
A pack of slides with information from Ofqual and the Department for Education that teachers can use to explain the reforms to parents.
Advice and guidance for students on different parts of the process of GCSE, AS and A level assessment.
Rules about the relationship between awarding organisations and Ofqual, including in relation to responsible officers, reporting of information and the use of Ofqual's logo
Find out what the role of an external expert involves and how to apply.
How you can raise concerns about your employer’s role in delivering a qualification regulated by Ofqual.
Videos and animations to provide guidance on common questions our Public Enquiries team receive
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