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JCQ Access Arrangements Guidance 2012 - 2013

JCQ Access Arrangements Guidance 2012 - 2013

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The annually-published 'pink booklet' provided by the Joint Council for Qualifications on access arrangements / exam concessions in schools in the UK. This copy is the 2012 - 2013 version.
The annually-published 'pink booklet' provided by the Joint Council for Qualifications on access arrangements / exam concessions in schools in the UK. This copy is the 2012 - 2013 version.

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Published by: Matt Grant on Nov 14, 2012
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Access Arrangements, Reasonable Adjustments andSpecial ConsiderationGeneral and Vocational qualificationsWith effect from1 September 2012 to 31 August 2013
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Statement
It is the responsibility of the head of centre, the specialist teacher(s)and the examinations officer at the centre to familiarise themselveswith the entire contents of this document.For GCSE and GCE qualifications, the specialist teacher(s) and theexaminations officer must use these regulations in conjunction with
Access arrangements online.
 This document addresses the duty upon awarding bodies to makereasonable adjustments and avoid unfavourable treatment towardsdisabled candidates.
 
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CONTENTS
 
Pages
 
Contact details
v
 Changes for the academic year 2012/13
vi
Definitions
vii
The Equality Act 2010 definition of disability
viii
Deadlines for submitting applications for access arrangements and modified papers online forGCSE and GCE qualifications
ix
SECTION A Pre-examination adjustments - Access Arrangements
Chapter 1 Which candidates will be eligible for access arrangements?
 
1-4
1.1 Background information 11.2 Managing the needs of candidates with disabilities and learning difficulties 31.3 Principles for centres 4
Chapter 2 Access arrangements available
 
5-47
2.1 Extra time of up to 25% 62.2 Extra time of up to 100% 102.3 Extra time of over 100% 102.4 Supervised rest breaks 132.5 Computer reader/reader 142.6 Read Aloud 222.7 Scribe/Voice activated software 232.8 Word processor 292.9 Transcript 302.10 Prompter 312.11 Oral Language Modifier 322.12 Live speaker for pre-recorded examination components 362.13 Sign Language Interpreter 372.14 Practical assistant 392.15 Other Arrangements 432.16 Alternative Accommodation away from the centre 432.17 Bilingual translation dictionaries with up to a maximum of 25% extra time 442.18 Early opening of papers 462.19 Exemptions 47

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