In response to promoting the use and benefits of using new technology we introduced Computer-based Tests (CBT) for a number of GCSE qualifications.
Due to low centre demand for this form of assessment, we are now withdrawing the CBT option for the A622/01 and A624/01 units.
From June 2014 candidates should only be entered for the written paper for the unit stated above. The CBT option will no longer be available.
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The final assessment opportunity for these qualifications (J322, J344) will be summer 2018. Please note there will not be a retake opportunity for these qualifications.
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