Welcome to the exams page at St John Bosco College. This page is to help parents and students with exam related matters.

Letter from Ofqual for parents of students receiving results.

Should you not find what you are looking for please email us: info@sjbc.wandsworth.sch.uk

Year 7, 8 and 9 Revision Guides can be downloaded at the bottom of this page ... 

Process for awarding GCSEs, AS and A levels - Summer 2020

Please follow this link for further information about exam grades, Summer 2020: A message for all GCSE, AS and A level students this summer

Information for candidates

Rules & Regulations For Candidates

There are a variety of notices that contain the national rules and regulations for exams:-

Information for candidates:

  • Controlled assessments
  • Coursework
  • Non-examination assessments
  • On screen tests
  • Privacy notice
  • Social media
  • Written exams

It is very important that all students read each one so that they know what is expected of them. Please click on the links below to view this guidance: www.jcq.org.uk/exams-office/information-for-candidates-documents

Exam Results

Dates for 2020

  • GCE AS and A2 Results - Thursday 13th August 2020
  • GCSE Results - Thursday 20th August 2020

Students will need to come in to school to collect their results (more information regarding timings and venue will be given nearer the time). Any results not collected on the day will be posted, first class, to the student’s home address.

Please note that parents cannot collect results on behalf of their son or daughter unless the student has notified the Examinations Manager in advance and the parent brings letter of authorisation (signed by the student) on the collection day.

Post Results Services

A comprehensive pack will be enclosed with student’s exam results with forms to fill in and the cost of various services.  It is strongly advised that students speak to teachers or members of the senior leadership team to make sure that they are making the best choice when requesting re-marks as they are very expensive. It is also worth noting that grades can go up, down or in most cases stay the same. A re-mark has to be requested in writing and signed by the student. No-one apart from the student can request a re-mark.

Replacing Certificates


National regulations state that schools only have to store students’ exam certificates for one year; after that they have to be shredded and students have to apply to the exam boards directly to replace them.

It helps if you know which subjects you studied with each Awarding Body, but it’s not essential as there are only four main Awarding Bodies and they can usually track your achievements quite quickly when you give them your personal details.

Each Awarding Body has application forms and more information on their websites


Phone: 0800 197 7162
Web: www.aqa.org.uk
Link for replacing certificates: http://www.aqa.org.uk/contact-us/past-results-and-lost-certificates     


Phone: 0344 463 2535
Web: www.edexcel.org.uk   
Link for replacing certificates: http://qualifications.pearson.com/en/support/Services/replacement-certificates.html


Phone: 01223 553998
Web: www.ocr.org.uk
Link for replacing certificates: www.ocr.org.uk/ocr-for/learners-and-parents/lost-or-incorrect-certificates


Phone: 029 2026 5056
Web: www.wjec.co.uk
Link for replacing certificates: www.wjec.co.uk/students/certificates

You will need the following information:

  • Your name (at the time you took the exams)
  • Your date of birth
  • The year you took the exams
  • The level of the exams (GCSE or A-level)
  • The name of the school/college where you took the exams
  • That school/college’s centre number  -  Saint John Bosco College is 11034

All Awarding Bodies charge a fee to send replacement certificates or results, but usually offer a very quick service.

You can find all exam policies under the St John Bosco school policies tab on this website.