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Exam Information

Trial Exam Information Years 7-13

To help prepare students for their External GCSE and A Level examinations, we conduct trial exams in November and February/March for Years 11 and 13 under full examination conditions with external invigilators to supervise. In the Summer we run trial exams for Years 7, 8, 9, 10 and 12 using teachers as invigilators. Students are given a personalised copy of their timetable to inform them of the date, subject, location, start time and duration.

You can download our trial timetables here:
Year 11
Year 13

Exam Board Information

To find a comprehensive list of awarding bodies and entry codes for specific year groups click on the links below.

Year 11

Year 12

Year 13

Preparing for Examinations

Examination Timetables

Click on the links below to view the examination timetable for the current academic year.


A Level

Examination Rules and Regulations

The Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) has put into place rules and regulations to allow the examinations to run as smoothly as possible and to ensure fairness for all students. Please take time to familiarise yourself with the following regulations.

Information for candidates – Coursework

Information for candidates – NEA

Information for candidates – Privacy Notice

Information for candidates – Social Media

Information for candidates – Written Exams

No Mobile Phones Poster

Warning to Candidates

Results Days

Students are invited to come and collect their AS/A Level and GCSE results on the dates shown below. Members of staff will be available to offer further guidance and support if required.

A Level           Thursday 18 August 2022

GCSE              Thursday 25 August 2022

Post Results Information

Please click the link below for the Google form to apply for Access to Scripts (ATS) and Review of Results (ROR). Payment must be made via ParentPay Shop before any service can be applied for.

Service No. JCQ post-results service (PRS) Service information
1 ROR Service 1:  Clerical re-check per paper This is a re-check of all clerical procedures leading to the issue of a result. This service will include the following checks:  • that all parts of the script have been marked;  • the totalling of marks;  • the recording of marks;
1a ROR Service 1 with a copy of re-checked script requested
2 ROR Service 2: Mark review per paper This is a post-results review of the original marking to ensure that the agreed mark scheme has been applied correctly. This service will include:                  • the clerical re-checks detailed in Service 1; • a review of marking as described above.
2a ROR Service 2 with a copy of reviewed script requested
3 ROR Priority Service 2: Mark review per paper This service is as Service 2.  However, it is only available if an A-level candidate’s place in higher education is dependent on the outcome. This service is only available for GCSE’s with EDEXCEL
3a ROR Priority Service 2 with a copy of reviewed script requested
4 ATS: Copy of script to support a review of marking This service is available for all AS and A-level scripts to help decide if an ROR service 1 or 2 should be applied for.  GCSE –  EDEXCEL scripts are free of charge. OCR and WJEC all subjects available, AQA only Maths, English Lang and Lit are available.
5 ATS: Copy of script to support teaching and learning Awarding bodies will provide either the original hard copy script or an electronic image of the script.

Post Results Application Form


If you have lost your certificate and need proof of your results, click on the link below for information on how to replace them.

Lost Certificate Enquiry Information

Link to the OHGS ParentPay Shop for paying for

  • Post Results Services
  • Certificate posting
  • University Admission Testing fees
  • Examination resit fees

OHGS ParentPay Shop