Oxford AQA Exams schools are allocated to one administrative zone covering all regions, including the Middle East region (including Egypt, Jordan, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates) and South East Asia (including Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand).
These pages are for exams officers. Exam periods are a particularly busy time of year, and we'll help you plan ahead and stay on track with the whole exam lifecycle, from making entries to receiving results.
Our International GCSE examinations are sat in May/June and November.
Our International AS / A-level examinations are sat in May/June and January.
Find out when exams are, when results are out and when to submit coursework/controlled assessment throughout the year.
Before entering your students for our exams you must first be approved as an Oxford International AQA Examinations centre. We are unable to accept entries without prior approval, so please make sure you become an approved centre before you start teaching our courses.
This section provides information for exams officers about how to enter students for exams, including re-sits, series opening and deadline dates, basedata, fees and transfers.
This section provides information on access arrangements, including modified question papers, enabling students with special educational needs, disabilities or temporary injuries to take our exams and assessments.
This section provides guidance for conducting exams in your school or college, including how to arrange for invigilation and what to do if you suspect malpractice.
The following PDF includes instructions for centres on how to send their completed exam papers to Oxford AQA Exams for marking.
All you need for preparing for results day, including links to services, deadlines, certificates and issues.
On student results day, students receive a printed results slip from you (also known as a candidate statement of provisional results).
The results slip shows provisional results. This is so that there's time for enquiries about results (eg reviews), late award claims and any results that are still pending.
We send certificates to schools about eight weeks after results day. They show the final, confirmed results.
Check that you have all the certificates you expected. Give them to students without delay (using secure post if sending by mail), and keep a record of what you've issued. Any unclaimed certificates must be stored securely for at least 12 months, then destroyed confidentially or sent back to us.
Have a question about Oxford International AQA Examinations?
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If you have a question about a particular point of exams administration, you can email our UK-based team of experts at firstname.lastname@example.org