It includes both internally-assessed work (marked by schools or colleges) and externally-assessed work (marked by one of our examiners).Applications for special consideration in respect of lost/damaged work must be made through e-AQA.Guidance for overseas schools and colleges on requesting the return of coursework.
To meet Ofqual’s qualification and subject criteria: Students must have some direct supervision to ensure that the work submitted can be confidently authenticated as their own.
If a student receives additional assistance and this is acceptable within the guidelines for this specification, you should award a mark that represents the student’s unaided achievement.
Requests must be received within six months of the publication of results to students.
Please note that once coursework has been returned to your school or college and given to students, it’s no longer eligible for any post-results services requests.
We expect schools and colleges to treat such cases very seriously.
If you identify malpractice after the student has signed the declaration of authentication, the head of your school or college must submit full details of the case to us at the earliest opportunity.Please make a note of the support the student received on the and sign the authentication statement.If the statement is not signed, we cannot accept the student’s work for assessment.Please inform your students of the AQA regulations concerning malpractice.They must not: These actions constitute malpractice and a penalty will be given (for example, disqualification).We recommend that you keep a copy of your students’ coursework to support future teaching and assessment.This relates to non-exam assessment, coursework and controlled assessment that has been lost or damaged at the school or college.Information for schools and colleges on standardising marking for controlled assessment, coursework or non-exam assessment.Schools and colleges must have consistent marking standards for all students.Guidance for schools and colleges on submitting centre-assessed marks using PE spreadsheets.You cannot use Centre Mark Submissions (e-Subs) or electronic data interchange (EDI) for GCSE, As and A-level Physical Education.