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					 Bilton School
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       EXAMINATIONS
        SUMMER 2011

GUIDANCE AND EXAM REGULATIONS

              FOR

  STUDENTS, PARENTS & CARERS
                       CONTENTS


                                  Page

Introduction                      3

Before the Exams                  4

During the Exams                  5

After the Exams                   8

Frequently Asked Questions        10

Dealing with Exam Stress          13

Revision                          15

Notice to Candidates              18

Examination Timetables            21

Skeleton Room Plans               23




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                                  INTRODUCTION

It is the aim of Bilton School to make the examination experience as stress free and
successful as possible for all candidates.

This booklet contains general guidance about the way examinations take place at
Bilton School, and some excellent advice about revision strategies and managing
examination stress (which is largely sourced from the excellent BBC website.)

We will make every attempt to keep both students and parents informed; however, if
you or your child are unsure at any stage about the timing, date or level of a paper,
or indeed if you have any queries at all about the progress or conduct of
examinations, it is ALWAYS better to check! Ms Murdoch (Progress Leader Year 11),
Ms Stevenson (Head of Year 11) or Mrs Moore (Exams Officer) are available to answer
any queries you may have.

Timetabled lessons for Year 11 will finish from 6th June. However, with regard to the
study cycle for the period of the examinations, we will provide lessons or support
sessions for Year 11 until the final examination in each subject. This additional
support proved very beneficial to last year‟s students. A detailed timetable for this
study support will be provided closer to the start of GCSE examinations. In previous
years, students have found these sessions to be extremely beneficial.

In addition, we intend to repeat the very successful initiative of providing reminder
and preparation sessions with subject teachers in the half-hour before morning
examinations for some exams. Teachers will inform students where these sessions are
taking place. These will start at 8.15 and finish at 8.45. Research in pilot schools has
shown this to be very effective in calming and focusing students‟ minds on the coming
examination, and offers an invaluable opportunity to resolve last-minute questions or
worries.

The awarding bodies (or examination boards) set down strict criteria which must be
followed for the conduct of exams and Bilton School is required to follow them
precisely. Students should, therefore, pay particular attention to the Notice to
Candidates that are at the end of this booklet.

Some of the questions you may have are also answered in this booklet. If there is
anything you do not understand or any question that has not been
addressed, please contact us. Our Exams Officer Mrs Moore can be contacted
directly on 01788 840608.

Results will be available this year on Thursday 25th August. We aim to issue results
from 9.00am for personal collection for Year 11 and from 10.00am for Year 9 & 10.
Postal notification will require a stamped, self-addressed envelope to be left at the
school office prior to the end of the Summer term.

Finally, may I take this opportunity to wish both you and your son or daughter every
success in the forthcoming examinations.



Ms P Weighill
Headteacher




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                                 BEFORE THE EXAMS

PROVISIONAL TIMETABLES

   All Candidates received a provisional timetable in February; Year 11 were posted
    with their reports and Years 9 & 10 were handed out in form time. It indicated the
    subjects students are being entered for and the levels of entry, where applicable.
    Some subjects only have one tier of entry, some have Foundation or Higher tiers.
    Please check there is an entry for all the exams you are expecting to take in the
    Summer.

   You must check everything on your timetables very carefully. Particularly check
    that all personal details (date of birth, spelling of names) are accurate as these will
    appear on certificates and it may be difficult to change them once certificates are
    awarded.

   A further timetable will be issued in March once entries for re-sits from January
    results have been made. Again please check these carefully.

EXAMINATION BOARDS

   The School uses the following Examination Boards: AQA, Edexcel, OCR and WJEC.

CANDIDATE NUMBER

   Each candidate has a four-digit candidate number. This is the number candidates
    enter on exam papers. It will be on timetables and on the desk in the exam
    rooms. Please ensure the number is written correctly on exam papers.

FINAL TIMETABLES - WITH SEATING ARRAGEMENTS

   Students will receive a final timetable in May showing specific exams with details of
    date, time, and duration of exam, venue and seat number. This will also include
    any entries for re-sits made following results in April from exams taken in March.
    Check it carefully. If something is incorrect contact Mrs Moore in the exams office
    immediately.

   A few candidates may have a clash where two subjects are timetabled at the same
    time by examination boards (e.g. French and Leisure & Tourism). The school will
    make special timetable arrangements for these candidates only. Candidates must
    check individual timetables and see Mrs Moore if they are unsure what to do. If
    there is a clash on candidate‟s timetables that have not been resolved, please see
    Mrs Moore immediately.

   A copy of the school exam timetables is included at the back of this booklet.

   A plan of the two main halls used for exams are at the back of this booklet. If
    candidates are in these halls they should familiarise themselves with the location of
    their allocated seats.

EQUIPMENT

   Students should make sure they have all the correct equipment before their
    Exams. Check the regulations in the Notice to Candidates and the information on
    the following pages.

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                               DURING THE EXAMS

EXAMINATION REGULATIONS

   A copy of the “Notices to Candidates”, which is issued jointly by all the Examining
    Boards, can be found towards the back of this booklet. All candidates must read
    this carefully and note that to break any of the examination rules or regulations
    could lead to disqualification from all subjects. The school must report any breach
    of regulations to the Awarding Body.

ATTENDANCE AT EXAMS

   Candidates are responsible for checking their own timetable and arriving at school
    on the correct day and time, properly equipped and wearing school uniform.
    Candidates must arrive at least 20 minutes prior to the start time of their exams.
    The meeting point for all exams is WEST HALL.

   Candidates who arrive late for an exam may still be admitted but will not receive
    any additional time. If special consideration applies then you must speak to the
    Exams Officer (see ABSENCE FROM EXAMS).

   Full School Uniform must be worn by all students attending school for exams or
    study support.

   All items of equipment, pens, pencils, mathematical instruments, etc. should be
    visible to the invigilators at all times. Students must either use a transparent
    pencil case or clear plastic bag.

   Pens should be black or blue ink or ballpoint. No erasers or correction pens are
    allowed.

   For Maths and Science exams, students should make sure their calculators conform
    to the examination regulations. If in doubt, check with the subject teacher.
    Remove any covers or instructions and make sure batteries are new.

   Please make sure that any watch alarms are turned off.

   Do not attempt to communicate with or distract other candidates.

   Examination regulations are very strict regarding items that may be taken into the
    examination room (see FAQs at the end of this booklet). If candidates break these
    rules they will be disqualified from the examination.

   Mobile telephones MUST NOT BE BROUGHT INTO THE EXAMINATION
    ROOM. If a mobile phone (or any other type of electronic communication or
    storage device) is found in a candidate‟s possession during an examination (even if
    it is turned off) it will be taken from you and a report made to the appropriate
    exam board. No exceptions can be made.

   Only water may be taken into an exam room. No other drinks or food are allowed.

   Students should not write on examination desks. This is regarded as vandalism
    and you will be asked to pay for any damage.

   Students should not draw graffiti or write offensive comments on examination
    papers – if they do the examination board may refuse to accept the paper.
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   Listen carefully to instructions and notices read out by the invigilators – there may
    be amendments to the exam paper that candidates need to know about.

   Candidates should check they have the correct question paper – check the subject,
    paper and tier of entry.

   Read all instructions carefully and number answers clearly.

   Candidates must stay in the examination room for the entire duration of the exam.
    They will not be allowed to leave an examination room early. If they have finished
    the paper they should use any time remaining to check over answers and that they
    have completed all details correctly.

   At the end of the examination all work must be handed in – remember to cross out
    any rough work. If more than one answer book has been used or loose sheets of
    paper candidates must ask for a tag to fasten them together in the correct order.

   Invigilators will collect exam papers before candidates leave the room. Absolute
    silence must be maintained during this time. Remember candidates are still under
    examination conditions until they have left the room.

   Question papers, answer booklets and additional paper must NOT be taken from
    the exam room.

   Candidates should remain seated in silence until told to leave the examination
    room. Please leave the room in silence and show consideration for other
    candidates who may still be working.

   If the fire alarm sounds during an examination the examination invigilators will tell
    candidates what to do. Don‟t panic. If the room has to be evacuated candidates
    will be asked to leave in silence and in the order in which they are sitting.
    Candidates will be escorted to a designated assembly point. Leave everything on
    the desk. Candidates must not attempt to communicate with anyone else during
    the evacuation. When candidates return to the exam room do not start writing
    until the invigilator instructs candidates to do so. Candidates will be allowed the
    full working time for the examination and a report will be sent to the awarding
    body detailing the incident.

INVIGILATORS

   The school employs external invigilators to conduct the Exams. Students are
    expected to behave in a respectful manner towards all invigilators and follow their
    instructions at all times.

   Subject specialist teachers will normally be present at the start of an examination
    only.

   Invigilators are in the examination rooms to supervise the conduct of the
    examination. They will distribute and collect the examination papers, tell
    candidates when to start and finish the examination, hand out extra writing paper
    if required and deal with any problems that occur during the examination, for
    example if a candidate is feeling ill.

   Please note that invigilators cannot discuss the examination paper with candidates
    or explain the questions.
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   Pupils who are disruptive or behave in an unacceptable manner will be removed
    from the examination room by invigilators and members of the Senior Leadership
    Team.

ABSENCE FROM EXAMS

   If candidates experience difficulties during the examination period (e.g. illness,
    injury, personal problems) please contact Mrs Moore on 01788 840608 at the
    earliest possible point so we can help or advise you.

   Only in „exceptional circumstances‟ are candidates allowed special consideration for
    absence from any part of an examination. It is essential that medical or other
    appropriate evidence is obtained on the day by the candidate/parent and given to
    the Exams Officer without delay in all cases where an application is to be made for
    special consideration. A self-certification form (JCQ/ME Form 14) can be obtained
    from the Exams Officer which can be countersigned by your doctor or nurse.

   For the award of a grade by special consideration, where a student misses part of
    an examination through illness or personal misfortune, a minimum of 35% of the
    examination (including coursework) must be completed.

   Parents and candidates are reminded that the school will require payment of entry
    fees (usually £23.00 per subject) should a candidate fail to attend an examination
    without good reason and without informing the school.

   Please note that misreading the timetable will not be accepted as a satisfactory
    explanation of absence.




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                                 AFTER THE EXAMS

BOOK RETURN

Please return any text books after exams as and when no longer required. All text
books must be returned by Tuesday 28th June.

NOTIFICATION OF RESULTS

   Results will be available for collection on: Thursday 25th August from 9.00am for
    Year 11 and from 10.00am for Years 9 and 10.

   If students wish any other person (including family members) to collect their
    results on their behalf, they must give written authorisation to school before
    results day.

   Postal notification will require a stamped, self-addressed envelope to be left at the
    school office prior to the end of the Summer term and will be posted on Thursday
    25th August.

   No results will be given out by telephone or e-mail under any circumstances.

POST RESULTS

   If students need post-results advice, Connexions Service staff and teaching staff
     will be available on Results Day.

   If after this students still have concerns about their results, they should contact
     Mrs Moore, Exams Officer who can make arrangements for an EAR (Enquiry about
     results) with the exam boards. If students wish to query any marks they receive
     for any of their exams they must first complete a consent form. Please be aware
     that when requesting a re-mark of an exam paper, marks can go down as well as
     up or even stay the same. Students may be required to pay a fee for this service.

    The school has to support an EAR as other students‟ results may be affected.

   Bilton School does enter former pupils for re-sits in November. If students need to
    re-sit an examination they should speak to the Exams Officer. Students will be
    required to pay a fee for this service.

PRESENTATION OF CERTIFICATES

   A Presentation Evening will take place in November when it is hoped that students,
    parents and carers will be able to attend to receive examination certificates.
    Invitations to students and their parents/cares will be sent out with full details
    nearer the time.

   Students should ensure their contact details are up to date on the school records
    to ensure they receive their invitations.

   Students who are unable to attend Presentation Evening will be able to collect their
    certificates from the Exams Office after Presentation Evening. Certificates will not
    be given to anyone other than the candidate without the candidate‟s written
    authorisation.



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   Bilton School is only obliged to keep certificates for a period of one year after
    issue. If candidates do not collect their certificates within this time (or if they lose
    their certificates) they can only be replaced by direct application to the appropriate
    examination boards. This will require proof of identity (such as a birth certificate)
    and a substantial fee per examination board. Students are therefore urged to
    collect certificates on Presentation Evening or as soon as possible thereafter and to
    keep them safely.




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                       FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q. What do candidates do if there’s a clash on their timetable?
    The school will re-schedule papers internally (on the same day) where there is
     a clash of subjects. Candidates will normally sit one paper then have a break
     during which they will be supervised and must not have any communication
     with other candidates. They will then sit the second subject paper. Correct
     times should be on FINAL individual candidate timetables. It may be necessary
     for students to bring a packed lunch if they have exams in the morning and
     afternoon as they will have to remain in isolation until both Exams are
     completed. If in doubt consult the Exams Officer.

Q. What do candidates do if they think they have the wrong paper?
    Invigilators will ask candidates to check before the exam starts. If they think
     something is wrong they should put their hand up and tell the invigilator
     immediately.

Q. What do candidates do if they have an accident or are ill before the
    exam?
    Inform school at the earliest possible point so we can help or advise you. In
      the case of an accident that means candidates are unable to write it may be
      possible to provide them with a scribe to write their answers but we will need
      as much prior notice as possible.
      Candidates may need to obtain medical evidence (from your GP or hospital) if
      they wish the school to make an appeal for Special Consideration on your
      behalf (see below).

Q. What is an Appeal for Special Consideration?
    Special Consideration is an adjustment to the marks or grades of a candidate
     who is eligible for consideration. The allowance for Special Consideration is
     from 0% (consideration given but addition of marks considered inappropriate)
     to 5% (reserved for exceptional cases). Parents should be aware that any
     adjustment is likely to be small and no feedback is ever provided. Candidates
     will only be eligible for Special Consideration if they have been fully prepared
     and covered the whole course but performance in the examination or in the
     production of coursework is affected by adverse circumstances beyond their
     control. Examples or such circumstances may be illness, accident or injury,
     bereavement, domestic crisis. The Exams Officer must be informed
     immediately, so that the necessary paperwork can be completed (within 7 days
     of the last exam session for each subject) and the candidate will be required to
     provide evidence to support such an application.

Q. What do candidates do if they feel ill during the exam?
    Candidates should put up their hand and an invigilator will assist you. They
     should inform an invigilator if they feel ill before or during an exam and they
     feel this may have affected their performance.

Q. If a candidate is late can they still sit the examination?
    Provided candidates are not more than 1 hour late, it may still be possible for
      them to sit the examination. Candidates should get to school as quickly as
      possible and report to Reception. A member of staff will escort them to the
      exam room. Candidates must not enter an examination room without
      permission after an examination has begun. It may not be possible to allow
      candidates any extra time if they start the examination late.



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      Candidates should also be aware that if they start the exam more than 30
      minutes after the published starting time, the school must inform the exam
      board and it is possible that the Board may decide not to accept their work.
      Candidates should ensure they allow enough time to get to school so that if
      they are delayed (e.g. through transport problems) they will still arrive on time.

Q. If candidates miss the examination can they take it on another day?
    No. Timetables are regulated by the exam boards and candidates must attend
      on the given date and time.

Q. Do candidates have to wear school uniform?
    Yes. Normal school regulations apply to uniform, hair, jewellery, make-up, etc.

Q. What equipment should candidates bring for their exams?
    For most exams candidates should bring at least 2 pens (blue or black ink
     only).
    For Science Modules candidates need 2 x HB pencils.
    For Maths 3B pencils must be used for diagrammatic work.
    For some exams candidates will need a calculator (Maths/Science), a 30cm
     ruler (marked with cm and mm), pencil sharpener and rubber, compasses,
     protractor, coloured pencil crayons (not gel pens), set texts (e.g. for English
     Literature).
    Candidates are responsible for providing their own equipment for
     Exams. They must not attempt to borrow equipment from another candidate
     during the examination.

Q. What items are not allowed into the examination room?
    Only material that is listed on question papers (e.g. an anthology) is permitted
     in the examination room and students who are found to have any material with
     them that is not allowed will be reported to the appropriate Exams board. In
     such circumstances, a student would normally be disqualified from the paper or
     the subject concerned.
    Bags and coats and any other items not permitted under examination
     regulations must be left in the care of the invigilators at the front/back of the
     room. Valuables must not be brought into school when attending exams.
    Only water is allowed in the exam room
    Mobile telephones must not be brought into the exam room even if they are
     turned off.

Q. Why can’t candidates bring mobile telephones into exam rooms?
    Being in possession of a mobile phone (or any other electronic communication
     device, e.g. ipod, headphones) is regarded as cheating and is subject to severe
     penalty from the awarding bodies:

    The minimum penalties are as follows:
    Device found on candidate and turned ON - disqualification for the entire
    subject award.
    Device found on you and turned OFF – disqualification from the specific
    paper the candidate is sitting at the time.
    Phone rings during the exam wherever it is in the room the exam board must
    be informed and the candidate will be disqualified from all papers for the
    subject (including any already taken).




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Q. How do candidates know how long the exam is?
    The length of the exam is shown in minutes on student‟s individual timetables
     under the heading „duration‟. Invigilators will tell candidates when to start and
     finish the exam. They will write the finish time of the exam on a flip chart or
     board at the front of the exam room. There will be a clock in all examination
     rooms.

Q. Can students leave the exam early?
    It is a requirement of the exam boards that candidates must stay in the
     examination room for at least one hour after the published start time of the
     exam (or for the duration of the exam if it is less than one hour). It is not the
     school‟s policy to allow candidates to leave the exam room early, as this is
     disruptive to other candidates. A candidate may not leave the examination
     room without the permission of the invigilators.

Q. What do candidates do if the fire alarm goes?
    The examination invigilators will tell candidates what to do. If the room has to
     be evacuated leave everything on the desk and leave the room in silence.
     Candidates must not attempt to communicate with any other candidates during
     the evacuation.

Q. Can candidates go to the toilet during the exam?
    If it is absolutely necessary. They will be escorted by an invigilator and will not
     be allowed any extra time.

Q. Why do candidates need to check the details on their timetable?
    The details on individual timetables will be used when certificates are printed.
     If the name or date of birth on exam certificates does not match the candidates
     birth certificate it could cause problems in the future e.g. when asked to show
     certificates to a potential employer for college/university etc. Candidates
     should also check that the subjects and tiers of entry they are entered for are
     correct and that no subjects are missing.

Q. If candidates are entitled to extra time – how does this affect the way
    they take my exams?
    Some students receive an allowance of 25% extra time. Where possible such
      candidates will be seated together to minimise disturbance from other
      candidates who finish earlier. The invigilators will include the additional time
      when they display the finishing time of your exam on the board.

Q. What do students do if they don’t get the grades they need for Further
    Education?
    Connexions and Teaching staff will be available to advise students on results
      day. If students feel strongly that it is necessary to make an enquiry about
      their result they should first consult the Head of Subject to obtain their advice
      as to the advisability of requesting a re-mark. Students should be aware marks
      can go down as well as up or even stay the same. Re-mark requests must be
      submitted to the Exams Officer by Friday16th September. Students must
      complete a Candidate consent form and return it with a cheque to cover the
      cost (n.b. the cost of a clerical re-mark varies depending on the exam board &
      the qualification but an average cost is £23). Clerical checks can be requested
      for approximately £10.00.

      The school may not support your appeal if it will affect other candidate‟s marks
      e.g. for coursework or controlled assessment elements.

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                          DEALING WITH EXAM STRESS
                         ADVICE FOR PARENTS/CARERS
Exam stress
The human body expresses its anxiety through what we commonly refer to as 'stress'.
There are different situations that cause the body to go through stress. Exam time or
any form of testing is one such situation. Regardless of what age we are, exam time is
always a crucial and stressful time for many of us.

For most of us, exams are characterised by a combination of a desire to do well and a
wish to get exams over and done with. The physical symptoms of stress are fatigue,
dizziness, loss of appetite and migraines. Mental symptoms include depression and
being unnaturally irritable or subdued.

Why does exam stress take place?
Exam stress can be due to a combination of factors.
     They may be nervous that they may not be able to revise everything in time for
       the exam.
     There may be anxiety that they may not be able to remember what they revise.
     Peer group pressure - will they perform as well as their friends?
     Fear of failure - what if they fail? What will everyone think of him or her?
Parents can feel very helpless watching their children go through the stress and
pressure of exams. However, there are ways that you as a parent can help your
children.

The weeks leading up to exams are very important.
    Try to ensure that your child has completed his revision in time for the exams -
     the revision timetable should help achieve this.
    Using past exam papers, set your child a mock exam which you should assess.
     This will help highlight the areas that your child needs to devote more time to.
    If there are any weak areas, make sure your child gets help in advance - either
     extra tuition or consult their teacher to see if there is anything they can
     recommend.
   
During the exams, follow the ROSE rule - this is only a recommendation but it usually
works!
    Recap
    Organise
    Sleep
    Eat
   
The ROSE rule covers the four vital elements required during exam time. These are
organisation of study time, good nutrition, plenty of sleep and obviously a recap of
what your child has been learning over the past few weeks.

Get your child properly organised for the exam day

      Organisation of their study. With your child, work out a study timetable for the
       day before each exam - this should cover what they need to study as part of
       their preparation for the exam day.
      The goals to achieve the day before the exam need to be realistic. As far as is
       possible, as a parent, you should try and ensure that most of the revision has
       been done well before the actual day of the exam.
      Don't leave large chunks of learning to be done the day before the exam.
      Organise their clothes, food and pens for the next day.


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Revising during exams

       In the weeks coming up to the exams, a good thing to encourage your child to
        do is a bullet point summary after each module. In other words, when he is
        revising, get him to do a recap of the topic at the end of each module. This will
        make him feel very much in control during exam time as all the information will
        be in bite-sized, easy-to-remember chunks.
       On the day before the exam, your child's main aim should be to recap what
        he/she has revised in a particular subject over the last few weeks.
       Help your child prioritise topics in a particular subject area. By looking at past
        exam papers, you can get a rough idea of what topics are favourites with
        examiners.
       Praise your child when he accomplishes a task.
       Work out realistic timings for study - a lot of people feel fresh and alert first
        thing in the morning. Some prefer to study late when everyone's in bed.
       Have a calendar with exam dates against subjects and get a thick black pen to
        cross off exam days once they're over. This will make your child feel that there
        is an end in sight!

Sleep

       Ensure that your child gets sufficient sleep. Exam stress sometimes results in
        children not sleeping very well.
       Your child should have regular breaks during the exam study period- maybe the
        break could be a short nap if they're tired or a walk to get some fresh air. The
        human body functions better if there are regular gaps in an activity like
        studying.
       Discourage your child to drink caffeine-rich drinks just before they sleep as this
        might affect their sleep.
       Make sure you have your alarm set for the next morning. Some students like to
        get up early and revise any last minute material. After a good night's sleep the
        brain has had a chance to absorb the material they have studied the night
        before.

Eating

A healthy, balanced diet is essential at all times but especially during the exam period.
Remember a healthy body is a healthy mind.

       Make sure your child eats healthy nourishing food as opposed to junk food.
       Try and avoid caffeine rich drinks like cola.
       Sometimes, due to exam stress, children often suffer loss of appetite. In a
        situation like this, give them a light meal like a sandwich.

One way to encourage children is to give them an incentive or reward if they do well
in their exams. In a situation where your child hasn't done particularly well but you
know they've worked hard - give them the reward anyway. The main thing is that
they do their best. Exam results may or may not reflect this. It's advisable not to lay
too much importance on exams, as they are only a test! There is much more to life
than that




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                                      REVISION

Revision time can be a stressful time for both parents and students.

For children, it‟s the nightmare of whether they‟ll be able to revise everything in time
and remember it all on the dreaded exam day. For parents, the agony lies in
helplessly watching your children go through revision and exam stress and wondering
what you can do to help them.

A parent I spoke to recently told me that she goes through RSS – Revision Stress
Syndrome in the days leading up to her children‟s exams! So as a parent, how can
you help your child revise?

Here are a few basic do’s and don’t's:

Do
     Ask them what areas / subjects they want help with.
     
     Make them feel you‟re there for them physically and emotionally.
     
     Organise some „non-study‟ activities for them.
     
     Encourage them with praise and rewards.
     
     Make their environment “revision-friendly.”
     
Do not
   Force them to revise in a way you think best.
   Put any extra pressure on them.
   Keep telling them how much better organised you were about revision when
     you were their age!

Revision help
This is where parents can play an active part. Maybe you are in a position to help your
child with revising something that they find particularly difficult. If you can‟t
personally help them, remember there is always someone who can. One option could
be to organise some extra tuition. For some students, hearing them practice lines or
helping them learn formulae or verb-endings is valuable. If they want, it also helps to
ask them questions or give mini-tests on a topic your child has been revising.

Revision Timeline
Encourage your child to do a Revision Timeline. This is a table where they list dates,
details of the subject they are revising and what results they‟d like to achieve by
when. The timeline can have a checklist, so they can tick things off as they go along.
Work with your child to set goals and milestones that he or she thinks are realistically
achievable in a particular time. Let the revision timeline be an indicator of
achievements (see below). If certain milestones are not met, don‟t be negative with
your child – try and constructively assess what went wrong and suggest that they
should try again.

Here is an example of a revision timeline. You can adapt this to suit the needs and
requirements of your child:

 Subject Day            Revision    Breaks           Should have        Checklist
                        time                         revised            Done/not
                                                                        done
 Biology Monday         1pm -       15 min break Human                  done
         20th Feb       3pm         every 90     circulatory
                                    mins         system


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Time management
It is important to make sure that your child doesn‟t overwork. Breaks are essential,
even a short 10-15 min break every 40-50 minutes (or even shorter sessions, every
child is different) will refresh your child‟s mind. Take them for a walk (if the British
weather allows!), make them a drink, maybe they can listen to some music or
anything that will help them relax before the next revision session. Research shows
that after a certain time, the brain simply cannot absorb more information without
having the opportunity to rest and relax: it is infinitely preferable to have two high-
quality, structured and effective 40-minute sessions than to spend two hours
becoming more and more confused by an overload of information. This can only
work, however, if revision is planned and starts early enough for there to be time for
rest-breaks!

Stress management
In order to avoid your child getting too stressed with the pressure of the oncoming
exams, maybe you can organise a „studying sleepover‟ for your child with some of
their friends. Try and do this halfway through the revision period, the sleepover can
be a mixture of work and fun.
Studying in a group can be quite beneficial to your child as they may be able to pick
up new ideas, find out that everyone is equally stressed about the exams and maybe
they can work out how they can help each other.

Motivation
Make sure you motivate your child. Praise and rewards work well; a pair of trendy
trainers, a holiday or maybe even a local visit somewhere exciting. It generally works
better to give your child small rewards as and when they reach a revision milestone
and then to give them a big reward once they‟ve got their desired exam results.
Suggest to your child to try using Mnemonics. This is a way of remembering
information by using words, phrases or abbreviations. Your child can make these
really personal, maybe the name of a friend, cousin or pet, as these are generally
easy to remember. Here‟s one mnemonic for all you parents to remember when
helping your child to revise - PARENTS:

Practise
Active
Revision
Encourage
Notes
Time management
Stress management

Active learning
Learning is always that much stronger if it is an active process. Suggest to your child
that they write notes and use diagrams to remember things. Writing reinforces what
you learn. At the end of a revision block (section/sections of material could be a
revision block), it might be an idea to get your child to summarise what they have just
learnt. This will be a proof of how much they have actually assimilated and will also
act as a quick recap before they start the next section.

Associations
It is sometimes easier for all of us to remember things if we can make associations
with things that we have an interest in. This could be a Robbie Williams song for
instance, that helps your child remember something they have studied.



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Learning outside the textbook
Learning through textbooks is important but revising is that much stronger if it is
supplemented by an external stimulus. If for instance, your child is studying
Shakespeare for GCSE, let them browse the Internet for relevant material or watch a
dramatisation of the particular play if it‟s on TV. This will make the revision more
interesting and in many ways reinforce what the textbook has taught them.

Environment and diet
Lastly, make sure the environment is clean and as far as is possible, try and ensure
that revision time is quiet time in the house. A healthy diet is important at all times
but especially so when your child is going through additional pressure.

So, parents, you can be of invaluable help to your child during revision time. Help
your child by using all the above tips and you‟ll be amazed at the results!




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                       NOTICES TO CANDIDATES
It is a legal requirement that all candidates are given the following
notices prior to examinations.




AQA           City & Guilds             CCEA              Edexcel            OCR              WJEC

                             Warning to Candidates
                  For examinations effective from 1 September 2010

1. You must be on time for all your examinations.
2. You must not become involved in any unfair or dishonest
   practice in any&part of the examination. OCR
      AQA      City Guilds  CCEA    Edexcel        WJEC
                                  Information for candidates
       must not:
3. YouFor written examinations - effective from 1 September 2010
        This document has been written to help you. Read it carefully and follow the instructions.
           sit an examination in the name of another candidate;
 If there is anything you do not understand, especially which calculator you may use, ask your teacher.

           have in your possession any unauthorised material or
            equipment which might give you an unfair advantage.
4. Possession of unauthorised material is breaking the rules, even if
   you do not intend to use it, and you will be subject to penalty and
   possible disqualification.
5. You must not talk to, attempt to communicate with or disturb
   other candidates once you have entered the examination room.
6.     You must follow the instructions of the invigilator.
7.     If you are in any doubt speak to the invigilator.




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               AQA             City & Guilds             CCEA              Edexcel             OCR              WJEC
                        Information for candidates
        For written examinations - effective from 1 September 2010
           This document has been written to help you. Read it carefully and follow the instructions.
    If there is anything you do not understand, especially which calculator you may use, ask your teacher.
A         Regulations – Make sure you understand the rules
1        Be on time for all your examinations. If you are late, your work might not be accepted.
2        Do not become involved in any unfair or dishonest practice during the examination.
3        If you try to cheat, or break the rules in any way, you could be disqualified from all your subjects.
4        Only take into the examination room the materials and equipment which are allowed.
5        Do not take into the examination room any unauthorised materials or equipment which might give you an unfair advantage.
         This includes notes, calculator cases/instruction leaflets, bags, personal TVs/stereos, digital equipment, reading pens,
         electronic communication/storage devices, including mobile telephones, iPods, MP3/4 players or any other products with
         text/digital facilities. Any pencil cases taken into the examination room must be see-through. Remember: possession of
         unauthorised material is breaking the rules, even if you do not intend to use it, and you will be subject to penalty and possible
         disqualification.
6        Do not use correcting pens, fluid or tape, erasable pens, highlighters or gel pens in your answers.
7        Do not talk to or try to communicate with, or disturb other candidates once the examination has started.
8        If you leave the examination room unaccompanied by an invigilator before the examination has finished, you will not be
         allowed to return.
9        Do not borrow anything from another candidate during the examination.
B         Information – Make sure you attend your exams and bring what you need
1        Know the dates and times of all your examinations.
2        Arrive at least ten minutes before the start of each examination.
3        If you arrive late for an examination, report to the invigilator running the examination.
4        If you arrive more than one hour after the published starting time for the examination, you may not be allowed to take it.
5        Only take into the examination room the pens, pencils, erasers and any other equipment which you need for the examination.
6        You must write in black ink. Coloured pencils or inks may be used only for diagrams, maps, charts, etc. unless the instructions
         printed on the front of the question paper state otherwise.
C         Calculators, Dictionaries and Computer Spell-checkers
1        You may use a calculator unless you are told otherwise.
2        If you use a calculator
               make sure it works properly; check that the batteries are working properly;
               clear anything stored in it;
               remove any parts such as cases, lids or covers which have printed instructions or formulas;
               do not bring into the examination room any operating instructions or prepared programs.
3        Do not use a dictionary or computer spell checker unless you are told otherwise.
D         Instructions during the examination
1        Listen to the invigilator and follow their instructions at all times.
2        Tell the invigilator at once:
               if you think you have not been given the right question paper or all of the materials listed on the front of the paper;
               if the question paper is incomplete or badly printed.
3        Read carefully and follow the instructions printed on the question paper and/or on the answer booklet.
4        Fill in all the details required on the front of the question paper and/or the answer booklet before you start the examination.
         Make sure you fill these details in on any additional answer sheets that you use.
5        Remember to write your answers within the designated sections of the answer booklet.
6        Do your rough work on the proper examination stationery. Cross it through and hand it in with your answers. Make sure you
         add your candidate details to any additional answer sheets that you use.
E         Advice and assistance
1        If on the day of the examination you feel that your work may be affected by ill health or any other reason, tell the invigilator.
2        Put up your hand during the examination if:
               you have a problem and are in doubt about what you should do;
               you do not feel well;
               you need more paper.
3        You must not ask for, and will not be given, any explanation of the questions.
F         At the end of the examination
1        If you have used more than one answer booklet and/or any loose sheets of paper, place them in the correct order. Remember
         to fasten them together with a treasury tag before you leave. Make sure you add your candidate details to any additional
         answer sheets that you use.
2        Do not leave the examination room until told to do so by the invigilator.
3        Do not take from the examination room any examination stationery, (i.e. the question paper, answer booklets used or
         unused), rough work or any other materials provided for the examination.
                 This information must be made available to all candidates in advance of their examination(s).
                               It may be provided electronically to candidates or in hard copy format.




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          AQA        City & Guilds  CCEA        Edexcel   OCR     WJEC
                              Information for candidates
                For on-screen tests –effective from 1 September 2010
    This document has been written to help you. Read it carefully and follow the instructions.
                If there is anything you do not understand, ask your teacher.
A   Regulations – Make sure you understand the rules
1    Be on time for your on-screen test(s). If you are late, your work might not be accepted.
2    Do not become involved in any unfair or dishonest practice during the on-screen test.
3    If you try to cheat, or break the rules in any way, you could be disqualified from all your subjects.
4    Only take into the examination room the materials and equipment which are allowed.
5    You must not take into the examination room the following items which might give you an unfair advantage:
         notes;
         calculator cases/instructions leaflets;
         bags;
         personal TVs/stereos, reading pens and electronic communication/storage devices, including mobile telephones,
          iPods, MP3/4 players or any other products with text/digital facilities.
     Unless you are told otherwise, you must not have access to:
          the Internet, e-mail, data stored on the hard drive, or portable storage media such as floppy disks, CDs and memory
           sticks;
          pre-prepared templates.
      Remember: possession of unauthorised material is breaking the rules, even if you do not intend to use it, and
      you will be subject to penalty and possible disqualification.
6     Do not talk to or try to communicate with or disturb other candidates once the on-screen test has started.
7     If you leave the examination room unaccompanied by an invigilator before the on-screen test has finished, you will not be
      allowed to return.
8     Do not borrow anything from another candidate during the on-screen test.
B   Information – Make sure you attend your on-screen test and bring what you need
1     Know the date and time of your on-screen test(s).
2     Arrive at least ten minutes before the start of your on-screen test.
3     If you arrive late for an on-screen test, report to the invigilator running the examination.
4     If you arrive more than one hour after the published starting time for the on-screen test, you may not be allowed to take it.
5     Your centre will inform you of any equipment which you may need for the on-screen test.
C   Calculators, Dictionaries and Computer Spell-checkers
1     You may use a calculator unless you are told otherwise.
2     If you use a calculator:
           make sure it works properly; check that the batteries are working properly;
           clear anything stored in it;
           remove any parts such as cases, lids or covers which have printed instructions or formulas;
           do not bring into the examination room any operating instructions or prepared programs.
3     Do not use a dictionary or computer spell checker unless you are told otherwise.
D   Instructions during the on-screen test
1     Listen to the invigilator and follow their instructions at all times.
2     Tell the invigilator at once:
           if you have been entered for the wrong on-screen test;
           if the on-screen test is in another candidate’s name;
           if you experience system delays or any other IT irregularities.
3     You may be given a question paper or the instructions may be on-screen. In either case, read carefully and follow the
      instructions.
E   Advice and assistance
1     If on the day of the on-screen test you feel that your work may be affected by ill health or any other reason, tell the
      invigilator.
2     Put up your hand during the on-screen test if:
           you have a problem with your computer and are in doubt about what you should do;
           you do not feel well.

3    You must not ask for, and will not be given, any explanation of the questions.
F   At the end of the on-screen test
1    Ensure that the software closes at the end of the on-screen test.
2    If you are required to print off work outside the time allowed for the on-screen test, ensure that you collect your own work.
     You must not share your work with other candidates and make sure that another candidate does not collect your printout(s).
3    Do not leave the examination room until told to do so by the invigilator.
4    Do not take from the examination room any examination stationery, rough work, printouts or any other materials provided
     for the examination.
         This information must be made available to all candidates in advance of their on-screen test(s).
                     It may be provided electronically to candidates or in hard copy format.



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                       EXAMS TIMETABLE SUMMER 2011
                 (Timetabled by exam boards on specific dates)

Date         Start   Duration   Board   Component   Component Title                        Level
Tue 10 May   09:00      01:00   AQA     47251       English Level 2 Component 1            FSKL/L2
Tue 10 May   13:30      01:00   AQA     47252       English Level 2 Component 2            FSKL/L2
Mon 16 May   09:00      01:45   AQA     3702/1F     English A Paper 1 Tier F               GCSE/FC
Mon 16 May   09:00      01:45   AQA     3702/1H     English A Paper 1 Tier H               GCSE/FC
Mon 16 May   09:00      02:00   WJEC    1500001     English Paper 1 Foundation             GCSE/FC
Mon 16 May   09:00      02:00   WJEC    1500005     English Paper 1 Higher                 GCSE/FC
Mon 16 May   13:30      01:00   EDEXL   5LT0101     L & T Industry                         GCSE/B
Mon 16 May   13:30      00:35   AQA     46551F      French Unit 1 Tier F                   GCSE/B
Mon 16 May   13:30      00:45   AQA     46551H      French Unit 1 Tier H                   GCSE/B
Tue 17 May   09:00      01:00   AQA     42701       Music Unit 1                           GCSE/B
Tue 17 May   13:30      01:30   AQA     40552       Religious Studies B Unit 2             GCSE/B
Wed 18 May   13:30      01:30   AQA     3702/2F     English A Paper 2 Tier F               GCSE/FC
Wed 18 May   13:30      01:30   AQA     3702/2H     English A Paper 2 Tier H               GCSE/FC
Wed 18 May   13:30      02:00   WJEC    1500002     English Paper 2 Foundation             GCSE/FC
Wed 18 May   13:30      02:00   WJEC    1500006     English Paper 2 Higher                 GCSE/FC
Thu 19 May   09:00      00:30   AQA     46552F      French Unit 2 Tier F                   GCSE/B
Thu 19 May   09:00      00:50   AQA     46552H      French Unit 2 Tier H                   GCSE/B
Thu 19 May   13:30      00:45   AQA     BLY2F       Biology Unit 2 Tier F                  GCSE/FC
Thu 19 May   13:30      00:45   AQA     BLY2H       Biology Unit 2 Tier H                  GCSE/FC
Thu 19 May   13:30      00:45   AQA     BLY3F       Biology Unit 3 Tier F                  GCSE/FC
Thu 19 May   13:30      00:45   AQA     BLY3H       Biology Unit 3 Tier H                  GCSE/FC
Fri 20 May   13:30      00:50   AQA     46851       Polish Unit 1                          GCSE/B
Mon 23 May   09:00      01:30   AQA     405002      Religious Studies A Unit 2             GCSE/B
Mon 23 May   13:30      00:45   AQA     46951H      Spanish Unit 1 Tier H                  GCSE/B
Tue 24 May   09:00      01:45   AQA     3712/H      English Literature A Paper H           GCSE/FC
Tue 24 May   09:00      02:30   WJEC    1530001     English Litera Spec A Theory Found     GCSE/FC
Tue 24 May   09:00      02:30   WJEC    1530003     English Litera Spec A Theory Higher    GCSE/FC
Tue 24 May   13:30      01:30   EDEXL   5PE0101     Theory of Physical ED.                 GCSE/B
Tue 24 May   13:30      01:00   AQA     46852       Polish Unit 2                          GCSE/B
Tue 24 May   13:30      01:00   AQA     46854       Polish Unit 4                          GCSE/B
Wed 25 May   09:00      00:45   AQA     CHY2F       Chemistry Unit 2 Tier F                GCSE/FC
Wed 25 May   09:00      00:45   AQA     CHY2H       Chemistry Unit 2 Tier H                GCSE/FC
Wed 25 May   09:00      00:45   AQA     CHY3F       Chemistry Unit 3 Tier F                GCSE/FC
Wed 25 May   09:00      00:45   AQA     CHY3H       Chemistry Unit 3 Tier H                GCSE/FC
Wed 25 May   13:30      01:00   OCR     A562/01     Res Mtrls: Sustainable Dsgn Written    GCSE/B
Wed 25 May   13:30      01:15   OCR     A564/01     Res Mtrls: Technical Aspects Written   GCSE/B
Thu 26 May   13:30      00:50   AQA     46952H      Spanish Unit 2 Tier H                  GCSE/B
Fri 27 May   09:00      00:45   AQA     PHY2F       Physics Unit 2 Tier F                  GCSE/FC
Fri 27 May   09:00      00:45   AQA     PHY2H       Physics Unit 2 Tier H                  GCSE/FC
Fri 27 May   09:00      00:45   AQA     PHY3F       Physics Unit 3 Tier F                  GCSE/FC
Fri 27 May   09:00      00:45   AQA     PHY3H       Physics Unit 3 Tier H                  GCSE/FC
Fri 27 May   13:30      01:00   AQA     413002      Business Studies Unit 2                GCSE/B
Mon 06 Jun   09:00      01:00   AQA     413001      Applied/Business Studies Unit 1        GCSE/B
Mon 06 Jun   09:00      01:30   OCR     A554/01     Prdct Dsgn: Dsgnng Influences          GCSE/B
Mon 06 Jun   13:30      01:30   EDEXL   1380 1F     Foundation [Non Calc]                  GCSE/FC
Mon 06 Jun   13:30      01:00   EDEXL   5384F11F    Non Calculator [F]                     GCSE/B
Mon 06 Jun   13:30      01:10   EDEXL   5384H13H    Non Calculator [H]                     GCSE/B
Tue 07 Jun   09:00      02:00   OCR     A951/14     Hist A: Stdy Dvp Grmny C.1919-45       GCSE/B
Tue 07 Jun   13:30      00:45   AQA     BLY1F       Biology Unit 1 Tier F                  GCSE/FC
Tue 07 Jun   13:30      00:45   AQA     BLY1H       Biology Unit 1 Tier H                  GCSE/FC
Thu 09 Jun   13:30      01:30   AQA     405007      Religious Studies A Unit 7             GCSE/B

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      Fri 10 Jun       09:00   01:30   EDEXL   1380 2F    Foundation [Calc]                 GCSE/FC
      Fri 10 Jun       09:00   01:00   EDEXL   5384F12F   Calculator [F]                    GCSE/B
      Fri 10 Jun       09:00   01:10   EDEXL   5384H14H   Calculator [H]                    GCSE/B
      Fri 10 Jun       13:30   01:30   OCR     B013/01    Home Econ: Prncpls Chld Dvlpmt    GCSE/B
      Fri 10 Jun       13:30   01:30   EDEXL   5GR0201    Knowledge & Understanding         GCSE/B
      Mon 13 Jun       09:00   01:00   EDEXL   5GB1F01    Dynamic Planet [F]                GCSE/B
      Mon 13 Jun       09:00   01:00   EDEXL   5GB1H01    Dynamic Planet [H]                GCSE/B
      Mon 13 Jun       09:00   00:00   EDEXL   5381F05    Unit Test 1 [F]                   GCSE/B
      Mon 13 Jun       09:00   00:20   EDEXL   5381F5A    Unit Test 1 [F] [Calc]            GCSE/B
      Mon 13 Jun       09:00   00:20   EDEXL   5381F5B    Unit Test 1 [F] [Non Calc]        GCSE/B
      Tue 14 Jun       09:00   01:15   AQA     413011     Economics Unit 11                 GCSE/B
      Wed 15 Jun       09:00   00:45   AQA     CHY1F      Chemistry Unit 1 Tier F           GCSE/FC
      Wed 15 Jun       09:00   00:45   AQA     CHY1H      Chemistry Unit 1 Tier H           GCSE/FC
      Thu 16 Jun       13:30   01:30   AQA     45201      Information & Comm Tech Unit 1    GCSE/B
      Thu 16 Jun       13:30   01:30   EDEXL   6665 01    Core Mathematics C3               GCE/B
      Fri 17 Jun       09:00   01:00   EDEXL   5GB2F01    People & the Planet [F]           GCSE/B
      Fri 17 Jun       09:00   01:00   EDEXL   5GB2H01    People & the Planet [H]           GCSE/B
      Fri 17 Jun       13:30   00:45   AQA     PHY1F      Physics Unit 1 Tier F             GCSE/FC
      Fri 17 Jun       13:30   00:45   AQA     PHY1H      Physics Unit 1 Tier H             GCSE/FC
      Mon 20 Jun       09:00   01:30   EDEXL   6666 01    Core Mathematics C4               GCE/B
      Wed 22 Jun       09:00   01:00   OCR     A512/01    Elec & Cntrl Sys: Sustnbl Dsgn    GCSE/B
      Wed 22 Jun       09:00   01:15   OCR     A514/02    Elec & Cntrl Sys: Pneumatics      GCSE/B
      Wed 22 Jun       09:00   01:00   OCR     A572/01    Textiles Tech: Sustainable Dsgn   GCSE/B
      Thu 23 Jun       13:30   01:00   OCR     A522/01    Food Tech: Sustainable Design     GCSE/B
      Thu 23 Jun       13:30   01:15   OCR     A524/01    Food Tech: Technical Aspects      GCSE/B
      Fri 24 Jun       09:00   01:00   EDEXL   5GB3F01    Geographical Decisions [F]        GCSE/B
      Fri 24 Jun       09:00   01:00   EDEXL   5GB3H01    Geographical Decisions [H]        GCSE/B
      Tue 28 Jun       09:00   00:30   AQA     BLY1AP     Biology Unit 1A                   GCSE/B
      Tue 28 Jun       09:00   00:30   AQA     BLY1BP     Biology Unit 1B                   GCSE/B
      Tue 28 Jun       09:00   00:30   AQA     CHY1AP     Chemistry Unit 1A                 GCSE/FC
      Tue 28 Jun       09:00   00:30   AQA     CHY1BP     Chemistry Unit 1B                 GCSE/FC
      Tue 28 Jun       09:00   00:30   AQA     PHY1AP     Physics Unit 1A                   GCSE/B
      Tue 28 Jun       09:00   00:30   AQA     PHY1BP     Physics Unit 1B                   GCSE/B

Please note this timetable is correct at the time of printing but students must consult their
individual timetables nearer to the time of the exams to check that no changes or additions have
been made.
                            EXAMS TIMETABLE SPRING/SUMMER 2011
                         (Not timetabled by exam boards on specific dates)
          Date                  Time                Exam Details                   Year(s)
   9th March            Various            Spanish – Speaking                         10
   10 & 11th March      Various            Polish – Speaking                      9, 10 & 11
   16th March           Various            French – Speaking                          11
   21st – 23rd March    Various            ICT Functional Skills                       0
   23rd March           Various            French – Speaking                          11
   24th & 25th March    All day            Drama                                      11
   31st March           Various            Music Performance recordings               11
   4th – 7th April      All day            Art                                        11
   4th & 5th April      All day            Fashion                                    11
   12th April           All day            PE                                         11
   27th April           11.10am–1.10 pm    ALAN tests                      Year 11 Business students
   4th May              11.10am–1.10pm     Music Appraisal                            11




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            A        B         C      D           E        F           G        H
     1   A1       B1        C1     D1          E1       F1         G1        H1
     2   A2       B2        C2     D2          E2       F2         G2        H2
     3   A3       B3        C3     D3          E3       F3         G3        H3
     4   A4       B4        C4     D4          E4       F4         G4        H4
     5   A5       B5        C5     D5          E5       F5         G5        H5
     6   A6       B6        C6     D6          E6       F6         G6        H6
     7   A7       B7        C7     D7          E7       F7         G7        H7
     8   A8       B8        C8     D8          E8       F8         G8        H8
     9   A9       B9        C9     D9          E9       F9         G9        H9
    10   A10      B10       C10    D10         E10      F10        G10       H10
    11   A11      B11       C11    D11         E11      F11        G11       H11
    12   A12      B12       C12    D12         E12      F12        G12       H12
    13   A13      B13       C13    D13         E13      F13        G13       H13
    14   A14      B14       C14    D14         E14      F14        G14       H14
    15   A15      B15       C15    D15         E15      F15        G15       H15
    16   A16      B16       C16    D16         E16      F16        G16       H16
    17   A17      B17       C17    D17         E17      F17        G17       H17
    18   A18      B18       C18    D18         E18      F18        G18       H18
    19   A19      B19       C19    D19         E19      F19        G19       H19
    20   A20      B20       C20    D20         E20      F20        G20       H20
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