Coursework and controlled assessment deadlines - summer 2014

Wed May 07 16:09:00 UTC 2014

The following is an easy-to-access guide to all the information you need regarding examinations, coursework and controlled assessment in summer 2014.

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GCSE ICT

For GCSE ICT - Unit 2 and Unit 4, the deadline for submission of centre marks and work to the moderator is 15 May.

When preparing your moderation sample you should consult our Moderation guidance document below.

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The list of learners selected for sampling will be available from Edexcel Online shortly.

The Unit 1 - Living in a Digital World examination will take place on the morning of 14 May. The Unit 3 - Exploring Digital Design examination will take place on the afternoon of 21 May.

Get clarificiation about what digital technology students are expected to learn about for the May 2014, Unit 1 examination in the Technology Update below.

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A level Applied ICT

Pre-release material for the summer assessment window for Unit 7 (6957) and Unit 9 (6959) of A level Applied ICT is now available to download from the GCE Applied ICT website.

Unit 3 (6953) pre-release material will be available from 18 April.

The 5 day examination window for Unit 3 (6953) of A level Applied ICT begins on 19 May. The examination window for Unit 7 (6957) and Unit 9 (6959) of A level Applied ICT begins on the 5 May and ends on 24 May.

Get more guidance on conducting these exams in our CiDA Instructions for the conduct of examinations document.

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For coursework units, the deadline for the submission of centre marks and work to the moderator is 15 May. When preparing your moderation sample you should consult the Moderation guidance document below.

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The list of learners selected for sampling will be available from Edexcel Online shortly.

International GCSE ICT

For learners completing International GCSE ICT this summer, the following dates apply: The 5-day examination window for 4IT0 02 (Practical Paper)begins on Monday 12 May; The examination of 4IT0 01 (Written Paper)will take place on the morning of 6 June.

Find out more in the international GCSE ICT ICE document.

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Next generation CiDA

The 5-day examination window for DA201 - Developing Web Products, begins on 12 May. Get more guidance on conducting the examination in the CiDA Instructions for the conduct of examinations document.

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The first cohort of learners sat the DA201 examination for the first time in January. To help prepare for the summer exam, you can now access the January exam paper, data files and mark scheme in the course materials for next generation CiDA.

If you would like to use this content for a mock exam, please look at the grade boundaries from January.

Get tips and lessons learned that will support you in the summer assessment window in the Senior Examiner's Report from the January series.

15 May is the deadline for submission of centre marks and work to the moderator for Units DA202, DA203 and DA204. When preparing your moderation sample you should consult the CiDa moderation centre guidance document.

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Call for SPB13 candidate work - We are hoping to hear from schools who have entries for June 2014 for all 2013 SPBs. If you would be happy to provide candidate work for the purposes of moderator standardisation please contact the assessment team on eportfolio@Pearson.com.

DiDA

15 May is the deadline for submission of centre marks and work to the moderator for Units 1 and 2 (for non OSCA accredited centres).

15 June is the deadline for submission of centre marks for Units 1 and 2 (centres with OSCA accreditation) and the submission of centre marks and samples to the moderator for all other units.

When preparing your moderation sample you should consult the DiDA moderation centre guidance document.

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I hope you have found this information useful.

As ever, if you have further questions, you can contact Tom Hibbard (Subject Specialist for ICT) and I on 0844 372 2186.

Regards,

Gareth

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