Summer 2021: Everyone is working hard to make sure you get a valid grade this summer. However, if you believe an error has been made you have the right to appeal.
The information below relates to our Eduqas GCSE, AS/A Levels as well as our Level 1/2 Vocational Awards, Level 3 Applied Certificates and Diplomas, Entry Level Certificates, Extended Project, Level 2 Additional Mathematics and Level 1/2 Latin.
There are three stages to the appeals process this summer.
Stage 1: Centre Review
Stage 2: Appeal to WJEC/Eduqas
Stage 3: Ofqual Exams Procedures Review Service (GCSE, AS, A Level and Project qualifications only)
Your school or college should let you know about their arrangements and deadline for requesting a centre review. You have a right to request a centre review if you think that your school or college has made an administrative mistake or has not followed its procedure properly and consistently in determining your Teacher Assessed Grade.
If your school or college didn’t identify an error but you still believe that your grade is wrong, you can ask them to submit an appeal to WJEC. You can appeal if you think that:
there was an error in the way your school or college followed or applied its procedure in arriving at your result or in conducting the centre review
the school or college did not make a reasonable judgement when deciding which evidence to use to determine your teacher assessed grade
the school or college did not make a reasonable judgement about your grade based on the evidence gathered
the school or college made an administrative error
WJEC Eduqas made an administrative error.
If you are considering requesting a centre review or appeal, please read the guidance in our Advice and guidance section.
You can find out useful information in the following documents: