Here you'll find everything you need to conduct examinations in your centre, from ordering stationery to tracking your examination papers.
The Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) publishes information for all examination bodies. It has a set of common regulations for centres across academic and vocational qualifications, which you'll also find in the pages below.
Assessment and verification
Checking exam paper dispatch
Making candidate amendments
How to view academic ineligible learners on Edexcel Online
We will routinely send you quantities of examination stationery and envelopes relating to the entries that you make. The Stationery and Materials list provides information on the stationery and equipment required for our general qualification examinations in the next series.
You can order additional quantities of these items by visiting our additional stationery requests site.
Please note: you will need your centre number and postcode in order to access the site.
Stationery and materials spreadsheet can be found on the Guidance and administration page and is updated for each exam series.
Non Interactive PDF copies of exam papers can be ordered by contacting our Customer Services team through our customer portal.
Our ICEA (Instructions for Conducting External Assessments) document explains how the External Assessments are conducted:
You can now track your consignments of papers using our online question paper despatch tool on Edexcel Online. (Please note that, for security purposes, you'll need an Edexcel Online registered email address.)
With the online tool, you can:
- View which question papers have been sent to you
- Track the papers' delivery progress
- Obtain delivery details for the consignment of question papers.
Please note that you cannot use this online tool to track:
- BTEC or NVQ materials
- Attendance registers or forms used in the administration of examinations
- Examination stationery such as booklets or envelopes (see details of examination stationery despatches here)
The contingency day for this academic year is 24/06/2020. You can find more advice on contingency planning: