General Certificate of Secondary Education is known as GCSE by short name. The GCSE exam timetable has declared on the official website. The GCSE conducted three time exam in one year. The exam conducted in November, January and March month. The GCSE is a UK examination board. It is one of England, Wales and Northern Ireland’s five main examination boards. GCSE is owned by the private-sector Pearson PLC. The GSCE timetable will be declared on the official website the official website is www.aqa.org.uk. The time table declares in the PDF format.
GCSE Exam 2014 Timetable:
GCSE was formed in 1996 by the merger of the two bodies, the BTEC (Business & Technology Education Council) and ULEAC (University of London Examinations and Assessment Council). The GCSE is very popular and famous education board. The board provides many facilities such related to education, best faculties, in good condition classroom, library, computer labs and internet facilities etc. The board has an official website where students can fill your registration form, time table, result, admit card etc. is provided.
Education policy reforms mean GCSEs, A-levels and school performance measures are all changing. We are supporting teachers through this challenging period, so they can focus on their students and the transition to the new qualifications is as smooth as possible. AQA is a leading provider of qualifications and support for teachers and students. We offer a broad range of academic qualifications for 14-19 year olds including GCSEs, IGCSEs, A-levels, the Extended Project Qualification and the AQA Baccalaureate.
GCSE Exam Timetable 2014:
The GSCE exam will be starting on January 2014 between 20th January 2014 and 24th January 2014 and in March 2014 between 3rd March 2014 and 7th March 2014. Each examination must be taken on the day and at the time as shown on the timetable. The published starting time of all examinations is either 9.00 a.m. or 1.30 p.m. Those students who are waiting for the January and March GCSE Exam Time Table 2014, they can download your timetable in the PDF format from the official website. The GCSE official website is www.aqa.org.uk