Physics GCSE (from 2016)
This page contains information related to our new GCSE Physics specification available in Wales only. The qualification will be first taught from September 2016. For more information on the changes made to GCSE Science qualifications in Wales from 2016, please refer to this article by Qualifications Wales.
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Practical Assessment Unit Exam Dates 2018
Monday 8 January – Friday 9 February 2018
Please note there are differences in half term dates across Wales. Even if centres break up after 9 February the assessment dates above must be adhered to.
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Principal Examiners' Report
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