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Appeals for GCSE and A level : summer 2012 exam series

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Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation

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Statistical Bulletin Appeals for GCSE and A level: Summer 2012 Exam Series Statistical Bulletin Appeals for GCSE and A level: Summer 2012 Exam Series March 2013 Ofqual/13/5269 Statistical Bulletin Appeals for GCSE and A level: Summer 2012 Exam Series 1 Contents Introduction ................................................................................................................. 2 The post-results process ......................................................................................... 4 Enquiries about results ......................................................................................... 4 Appeals ................................................................................................................ 4 Our Examination Procedures Review Service ..................................................... 5 Summer 2012 exam series ......................................................................................... 6 Tables ......................................................................................................................... 9 Statistical Bulletin Appeals for GCSE and A level: Summer 2012 Exam Series 2 Introduction During the summer 2012 exam series, over 5.9 million GCSE and more than 2.4 million A level (AS and A level) certifications were made in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. If a school or college is concerned about a candidate’s grade, it can ask the awarding organisation to investigate the grade through the enquiries about results process. Following the release of results for the summer 2012 exam series there were 279,046 enquiries about results. This is in the context of over 21 million unit entries for exams and internal assessments in 2012. For A level, there were a total of 14,120 subject grade changes following enquiries about results, and for GCSE a total of 31,510 subject grade changes. T

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