Examination Timetables & Document Downloads
GCE A Level Results 2019: http://www.liverpoolcollege.org.uk/parents-pupils/liverpool-college-news/719-a-level-results-2019
Certificates are distributed in school via the House System by the end of November.
Leavers' Certificates will also be available to collect from College Reception during November.
MIDYIS Test: Year 7: July
YELLIS Test: Year 10: September
ALIS Test: Year 12: September
Oxford/Cambridge University Pre-Interview Assessment
Test Date: Wednesday, 30 October 2019 at 9.00 am https://www.admissionstesting.org/for-test-takers/
This session currently includes University of Cambridge pre-interview assessments and University of Oxford admissions tests
- BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT) Medicine, Dentistry & related must take BMAT
- Candidates applying to the University of Oxford or the University of Cambridge to study degrees in English at undergraduate level (single or joint honours) must take the English Literature Admissions Test (ELAT).
- Candidates applying to the University of Oxford to study History at undergraduate level (single or joint honours) must take the History Aptitude Test (HAT).
- Candidates applying to the University of Oxford to study Mathematics or Computer Science at undergraduate level (single or joint honours) must take the Mathematics Admissions Test (MAT). It is also required by Imperial College London. Candidates taking the MAT to apply to Oxford and/or Imperial may also ask for their scores to be shared with the University of Warwick; but it should not be taken solely for applications to the University of Warwick.
Candidates applying to the University of Oxford to study Modern Languages and/or Linguistics at undergraduate level (single or joint honours) must take the Modern Languages Admissions Test (MLAT)
Candidates applying to the University of Oxford to study Physics, Material Sciences or Engineering at undergraduate level (single or joint honours) must take the Physics Aptitude Test (PAT).
- Candidates applying to the University of Oxford to study a range of undergraduate degree courses must take the Thinking Skills Assessment (TSA).
December Mock Examinations Year 11 & Year 13
February Mock GCSE Examinations: Year 11 English & Mathematics
Exam Self Care:
SUMMER PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS GCSE & A LEVEL
Following all internal checks via the House System, candidates receive their Final Individual Timetables in advance of the Easter holiday.
Summer 2020 Public Examination Series Common Timetable Dates: GCSE: 11 May - 18 June GCE/A Level: 13 May - 23 June
24 June 2020 : Joint Contingency Day: All candidates must remain available on this day.
The Joint Contingency Plan is designed to ensure a consistent and effective response to any major disruption to the examination system in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Examples of disruptions could include severe weather, widespread illness, travel disruption or system failures.
For the Summer exam series a Joint Contingency examination day has been arranged by the Awarding Bodies. This contingency day for GCSE and/or A Level (or equivalent) examinations has been put in place in the event of widespread, sustained national or local disruption to examinations. The decision comes following the Manchester attacks and the Grenfell Tower fire. The Joint Council for Qualifications have decided that they need the option to postpone an exam in the event of an incident and rearrange for a later date to allow all students a fair and equal chance. This means that all candidates must be available to sit examinations from the date of their first exam until the published contingency date.
This decision is not a school decision and does apply to all candidates in all schools.
All students/parents/carers are to make a note of the Contingency examination date in the event that an Awarding Body needs to invoke its Contingency Plan.
GCE/A Level & Extended Project: Thursday, 13 August 2020
GCSE & L1 & L2 Projects: Thursday, 20 August 2020