Please check this page regularly as will be updated with information as we receive it.
We wish you the best of luck. If you need any help about your next options, then we are still here to support you. Email Katherine, our Careers Advisor for any guidance you may need: firstname.lastname@example.org
GCSE November Resits deadline is the 24th September 2021
Please complete the Exam Entry Form (download here), with your English/Maths tutors signature. Make your payment on the interactive link on the form.
If you help filling out the form please talk to your English or Maths Tutor or email: English.email@example.com
For Exams query email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Information for Students – Certificates, Results and Appeals 2021
PLEASE NOTE: You will receive your results via your college emails. However, certificate collections will not be available until September for Functional Skills and November for BTEC & GCSEs.
Students will be sent their results by email on the morning results are available for distribution. The information will be sent to your Brooklands College email address.
Tuesday 10th August 2021:
Thursday 12th August 2021:
If you are expecting results, please check you can successfully login to your Brooklands College email address. For password issues please call the Password Reset Line on 01932 506935 or email: email@example.com.
GDPR/Data Protection Regulations mean we are unable to discuss or give out results over the phone. Your enquiry will be dealt with at the earliest opportunity, thank you for your patience and understanding at this busy time. We are forbidden from disclosing the Centre Assessed Grades to any third party, including students and parents, until results days. Any teacher or member of staff who does this is committing exam malpractice.
Concerns about your results
If there is a delay in receiving a result or you have a query please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All students have the opportunity to appeal their grade, it is important to note that an appeal may result in a grade being lowered, staying the same, or going up. If a student puts in an appeal and their grade is lowered, they will receive the lower mark.
Students must read the JCQ Student and Parent guide before appealing, which will be updated and available on the JCQ website. The current guidance link can be found here.
Appendix B Stage 1 – Centre Review & Stage 2 Appeal to Awarding Organisation
Appeal Stage 1 – Centre Review
All appeals must firstly go through Stage One – centre review (complete Part 1 of Appendix B) which is the first stage of the Appeals process. At this stage, we will check for any administrative errors, and check that our policies and procedures were followed correctly. Our policy has already been approved by the exam boards, so we are only ensuring that we followed this properly.
Appeal Stage 2 – Appeal to Awarding Organisation
Following the outcome of a centre review, students may still choose to pursue a Stage 2 Awarding organisation (complete Part 2 of Appendix B). Students and parents cannot send appeals directly to the exam board themselves – it must come from us. The outcome of the awarding organisation appeal will be communicated to students when made.
UCAS applicants – Priority Appeals
Priority appeals will be handled more quickly than other appeals, where possible before UCAS’s advisory deadline of 8 September.
Priority appeals are only open to students starting university this autumn, who have missed out on the conditions of their firm or insurance offer. If you decided not to confirm a firm conditional offer and to go through clearing instead, JCQ cannot offer you a priority appeal.
JCQ cannot offer priority appeals for GCSE students, unfortunately. When making a priority appeal, students will have to include their UCAS number so it can be confirmed that it is a genuine priority appeal. If you are going to appeal your grade, you must let your university know you are appealing. They will then let you know whether they will hold a place for you pending the outcome of an appeal (note that universities are not obliged to hold a place for you; this is at their discretion).
How to Appeal
Charges for Appeals
1. Pearson Charges for Appeals – BTEC & GCSE Maths – Information Here
2. AQA (GCSE English) are not charging for Appeals.
Following results days, students should complete Stage 1 Centre Review (first section only) of the JCQ form here. Email a copy of the completed Stage 1 Centre Review and forward it to: email@example.com
Brooklands College Non-priority appeals deadline:
Certificates for Pearson Functional Skills should be available in September 2021.
Certificates for BTEC and GCSE Qualifications are due to be issued in November 2021
It is essential to pre-book a collection date and time for Certificate Collections. All Collections must be pre-booked via the Exams Office
To arrange collection, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org – You must include your name and date of birth.
Please then specify whether you would like to:
GCSE Autumn Resits
There will be an opportunity to take the exam in November we are awaiting further information from the Exam Boards and will update you as soon as more information is released.