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 A level results 2018 | GCSE results 2018



Ofqual announcements – August 2018

GCSE results day: what to expect.


Published a blog about Results for new Applied Generals which highlights the recent changes and the impact they may have on pass rates.


Published a blog about our analytics apps which will be available on our website on results day. They will allow you to compare results with the national and regional picture. You will be able to look at year-on-year variability; the distribution of GCSE grades in 9 to 1 subjects; and variations in performance by count

 OfQual Letter to schools - summer 2018


Annual Qualifications Market Report  from Ofqual 2016 to 2017 academic year - click here

Ofqual September announcement published a new version of our ‘Specifications in relation to the reasonable adjustment of general qualifications’.

  • Are you aware of the the new Ofqual developments on the register of current qualifications which all exam office staff can refer to when planning their future examinations delivery programme - click here. 

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Ofqual maintain standards and confidence in qualifications. They look after GCSEs and A levels in England, and a wide range of vocational qualifications both in England and Northern Ireland. They also regulate the National Curriculum Assessments in England.


They are independent of Government ministers and report directly to Parliament in Westminster and the Northern Ireland Assembly. While they are independent, they give advice to Government on qualifications and assessment based on their research into these areas.


They regulate by recognising and monitoring organisations that deliver qualifications and assessments as set out in the Apprenticeship, Skills, Children and Learning Act (2009) and Education Act (2011).