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Official statistics have been released showing the provisional number of exam entries in Wales for the summer 2023 exam series.
Qualifications Wales has been engaging with stakeholders across Wales.
Our survey on this summer’s exams is now open, and you can get involved and share your feedback. We want to hear from learners, educators, parents, carers and anyone with...
Everyone at Qualifications Wales would like to say a huge ‘pob lwc’ (good luck) to all learners taking exams and assessments this year.
We’ve launched an online survey on these important qualifications, and you’re invited to Have Your Say.
We’re currently holding a public consultation on the range of qualifications available to learners aged 14 to 16 in Wales, and you’re invited to have your say.
During the 2022 summer exam series, we received feedback suggesting that WJEC’s AS and A level Mathematics question papers may have been too demanding for learners. In response, we commissioned...
Jo Richards, Executive Director of Regulation at Qualifications Wales, talks about the extra support for learners sitting GCSE, AS and A level exams and assessments this summer.
iBSL is no longer a Qualifications Wales recognised awarding body
Our Business Plan sets out our operational priorities for the financial year 2023-24.
As we take the next step back to pre-pandemic assessment arrangements, public confidence in qualifications in Wales remains high.
We are pleased to partner with Welsh Government, Careers Wales, e-sgol and WJEC to re-introduce the Power Up content hub to support learners taking qualifications this year.