Summer 2022: Advance Information
Summer 2022: Advance Information available


Today we are publishing advance information for the following WJEC GCSE and GCE qualifications:

Advance information specific to the unseen extracts within Unit 4 of WJEC A level English Language and Literature will be published on 09 May 2022.

We published advance information for a number of WJEC qualifications in September 2021.

All advance information may be found on the relevant subject pages of our website.

Advance information is intended to communicate, ahead of the examinations, the focus of the content of the exams, or part of the exams, that will be assessed in 2022. The main purpose of advance information is to support students’ revision. 

Advance information is just one of the measures we are taking to help support teachers and students for the summer 2022 exam series.

Subject adaptations

Adaptations to NEA units and/or examined units for every WJEC GCSE and AS/A level qualification were published in July 2021, a comprehensive guide is available via our Secure Website.

Alternatively, a summary of our adaptations are available from our Summer 2022 web area.

Eduqas Qualifications

For centres in Wales offering Eduqas GCSE, AS and A Levels we are today also publishing advance information on our Eduqas website.

Vocational qualifications

Information regarding adaptations for Summer 2022 for our suite of Vocational Qualifications are available from the following webpage. Advance information for the relevant qualifications will be published in April.

Additional guidance and support for Summer 2022

A host of free digital resources and FAQs can also be accessed via our Summer 2022 web area.

Our teams continue to be on-hand to provide you with support and guidance, and we look forward to supporting you as you continue to plan and prepare during the weeks and months ahead.

If you have any queries about advance information please contact the relevant subject team or email

If you’re a learner and you’re still unsure of anything, please ask your teacher – they’ll know everything you need to know.

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