Summer 2021: Everyone is working hard to make sure you get a valid grade this summer. However, if you believe an error has been made you have the right to appeal.
The information below relates to our Qualifications Wales approved WJEC GCSE, AS/A Level, Skills Challenge Certificate and Wales Health and Social Care, and Childcare qualifications only. For information about our Eduqas GCSE, AS and A Level qualifications please visit our Eduqas website. Our vocational and other general qualifications – Level 1/2 Vocational Awards, Level 3 Applied Certificates and Diplomas, Entry Level Certificates, Extended Project, Level 2 Additional Mathematics, Level 1/2 Latin – follow the same centre review and appeals process as our Eduqas qualifications.
Your school or college should let you know about their arrangements and deadline for requesting a centre review. You have a right to request a centre review if you think that your school or college has made an error in determining your provisional Centre Determined Grade. You cannot appeal to WJEC unless you have requested a centre review and the review has been completed.
If you still think there’s an error after your school or college has completed a review you can ask them to submit an appeal to WJEC (we will not accept forms sent directly by learners as we cannot validate your identity). Please make sure you complete and sign a request form. If the form is not completed and signed it will not be accepted. You can find a copy of the form here. Please note - your school may have its own form which you can also use.
Please read the information for learners on the stage 2 process before making an appeal to WJEC.
Your provisional centre determined grade may go up, down, or stay the same as a result of a centre review and appeal.
There’s also a range of useful information and FAQs in Qualifications Wales’ Learners’ Guide to Appeals.
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