We’re keen to let young people know about the arrangements for assessment of qualifications in Wales for Summer 2021.

If you haven’t heard of us before,  we  make sure that qualifications in Wales are the best they can be for learners. We make sure that those who create exams and assessments, such as the WJEC, create exams and assessments in an appropriate way and to a high standard.  

We’ve sent a letter out to schools and colleges with an update and what it means for you. We will publish regular updates here to keep you informed of developments as they occur. 

Letter to Learners – Information about the appeals process – 27 May 2021

Letter to Learners - Learner guide to 2021 qualifications – 20 May 2021

Update for learners about the assessment approach for approved GCSE, AS and A levels in summer 2021, private candidates and summer 2022 – 23 March 2021

Update for learners about the appeals process, equalities and timeline for GCSEs, AS and A level assessment – 4 March 2021

Letter to Learners - Update on assessment arrangements for vocational qualifications – 25 February 2021

Letter to Learners - Update on arrangements for GCSEs, AS and A levels, Skills Challenge Certificate and Essential Skills Wales qualifications – 9 February 2021

Letter to Learners – Assessment arrangements for GCSE, AS and A level grades in summer 2021 – 20 January 2021

Letter to Learners - GCSE and AS/A level, Vocational qualifications – 8 January 2021

If you have any specific questions or concerns, we’re here to help – email communications@qualificationswales.org 

You can also visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for information on how this summer’s qualifications will be graded.