Key dates

Key dates in the current examination cycle for the year are listed below. These dates are provisional and may be subject to change. You can apply and register for your examinations online by following the link at the bottom of this page.

Entry deadlines

Applications for taking examinations at Greene’s must be completed by the dates in the table below. The Greene’s entry deadline dates are set shortly before the examination boards deadline dates in order that the necessary administrative work can be undertaken in time. Late fees will be applied to applications made after the Greene’s deadline dates.

ExaminationEntry deadline
November A levels, IGCSE & GCSE16th September, 2016
BMAT28th September, 2016
January IGCSE7th October, 2016
University Admissions Tests (for BMAT see above)13th October, 2016
Summer IGCSE & GCSE1st February, 2017
Summer A level1st February, 2017

Coursework entry deadlines

Entries for coursework units should be made along with examination entries. The dates listed below are the deadlines for submission of the marked and/or authenticated coursework to the Exams Officer at Greene’s. They are set before the examination board’s deadlines in order that the necessary administrative work can be undertaken in time.  There are significant additional fees for late submitted coursework.

Examination courseworkSubmission deadline
Summer GCSE & IGCSE31st March, 2017
Summer A level31st March, 2017

Modern Foreign Language Speaking Test dates

Candidates will be given between four and six weeks’ notice of the exact date and time of their speaking test.

ExaminationDeadline/examination period
Summer 2017: Oral topic and/or picture to be provided24th March, 2017
Summer 2017: Oral examinations18th - 28th April, 2017

Registration for Public Examinations

Once you are sure of which public examinations you will be taking please complete the online application form by following the link at the bottom of this page.

If you have taken any public examinations in the last few years then you will have a UCI (Unique Candidate Identifier) number. This consists of 12 numbers followed by one letter. It is crucial that you provide us with this number as it identifies you to the examination board. It can be found on any previous statement of results or examination certificate you have. If you cannot find it then please contact your last examination centre before completing your application to avoid delays in processing.

On receipt of your application the Exams Officer will check the information you have provided and contact you to confirm and register your entry.  All examination fees must be paid before you can sit any of your examinations.

To enable the accurate identification of candidates you will need to bring photographic ID, such as a passport, to your examinations.  Your photograph should be recent and you should be easily recognisable from it.

 

 

… we remember nothing so well when we are old, as those things which we learned when we were young.

Roger Ascham , (1515-1568), writer, scholar and tutor to the future Elizabeth I