2023 Summer Exams
Important information relating to the conduct of students in exams is given in the further information section below. All students must be aware of their responsibility for appropriate conduct including the items that are unauthorised in the exam room.
Students have access to personalised exam timetables and exam seat details in their Bromcom student portal.
Bromcom Student Portal
A Level & BTEC Level 3 results - Thursday 17 August 2022 8:30am
GCSE & BTEC Level 1& 2 results - Thursday 24 August 2022
Exams start - Monday 15 May 2023
Exams end - Wed 28 June 2023
GCSE exams timetable - summer 2023
GCE exams timetable - summer 2023
Summer 2023 contingency days
The awarding bodies have collectively agreed a contingency day for several years now which is always scheduled at the end of the GCSE, GCE AS and A-level exam timetables.
The contingency day is in the event of national or significant local disruption to exams in the United Kingdom, being part of the awarding bodies’ standard contingency planning for exams.
Following the Covid-19 pandemic, further resilience was needed within the exam timetables. A single contingency day was not felt to be sufficient if a national event or incident had a significant effect on the exam timetable. For example, summer exams could be affected by extremely high temperatures.
For the June 2023 exams, the awarding bodies have therefore introduced two additional half-day contingency sessions. These are on Thursday 8 June 2023 and Thursday 15 June 2023. The standard contingency day remains at the end of the timetable being scheduled on Wednesday 28 June 2023.
Schools and colleges should ensure candidates and parents are aware of the contingency arrangements on these three days. They should consider the contingency day of Wednesday 28 June 2023 when making their plans for the summer.
Candidates must be available until Wednesday 28 June 2023 should examinations need to be rescheduled.
If you have any queries regarding your results please either call or email the Exams Officer
Mrs C Bell
0208 370 1182
Uneven impact of the pandemic on 2021/22 school and college performance data
The government recommends:
- Not making direct comparisons with data from previous years or between schools or colleges.
- Discussing with the school or college factors that may have influenced these results and consider a range of information when forming a view on how well a school or college is doing, including pupil/student population information.