Exams and Revision Tips
Examination Timetables 2019
January 2019 Examination Timetable
The final version of the January 2019 examination timetable is available to view and download below. This includes GCSE and GCE Art mock examinations as well as the BTEC official examinations. ALL pupils must attend their official examinations. Failure to do so will result in penalty charges and re-sit fees.
Summer 2019 Examination Timetables
The final versions of the summer 2019 examination timetables are available to view and download below,
Please note that JCQ have introduced a ‘contingency day’ for examinations. In the event of national or local disruption to examinations students must remain available until Wednesday 26th June 2019 should an examination board need to invoke its contingency plan.
Any queries please do not hesitate to contact me.
Sixth Form Intervention Timetable
Sixth Form Mock Exams Information
Week Commencing Monday 10th December 2018
Please look at the columns below and then look at your timetable. If you have a lesson in the ‘B’ column for Year 13 you will sit the exam in the morning. If you have a lesson in the ‘B’ column for Year 12 you will sit your exam in the afternoon.
|AM (9.05am)||13B||13D||13A||13E||13C||Most exams will be on the top floor of the Sixth Form Centre.
Please check the timetables in the Sixth Form Foyer.
- Students will attend guidance and all morning lessons as normal
- Students will either be in an exam or private study during periods 4 & 5 (not lessons)
- Students will attend all period 4 & 5 lessons as normal
- Students will either be in an exam or private study during period 1, 2 & 3 (not lessons)
- Students to attend guidance on mornings when they have examinations
GCE Mock Exam Timetable December 2018
Individual mock timetables will be going out to pupils W/C 26th November 2018. Please check your timetable carefully and if you have any queries please come and see me at the Exams Office in B Block near the Library.
Please remember to have your ID lanyard on you at ALL times as this will be used to identify you in your examinations.
The same examination rules and regulations apply during the mocks so make sure you adhere to what the invigilators tell you.
Frequently Asked Questions for the Sixth Form after GCSE Results Day
To help with your post 16 studies at Arnold Hill we have put together a list of ten note-taking tips to help you make the transition from GCSE to A level as efficiently as possible.
Post 16 Revision Sessions