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1 GCSE, ENTRY LEVEL CERTIFICATE, LEVEL 2 AWARD, PRINCIPAL LEARNING LEVEL 2 UNITS, PROJECT LEVELS 1 & 2, LEVEL 1 & 2 CERTIFICATE AND CAMBRIDGE NATIONALS PROVISIONAL EXAMINATION TIMETABLE

2 GCSE, Entry Level Certificate, Level 2 Award, Principal Learning Level 2 units, Project Levels 1 & 2, Level 1 & 2 Certificate and Cambridge Nationals Provisional Examination Timetable, 2017 Important Dates 21 February 2017: Deadline for the receipt of final unit and certification entries by OCR 21 March 2017: Deadline for the receipt of Cambridge Nationals, Level 1 and 2 Certificate, Level 2 Award and Principal Learning re-sit entries by OCR following the January 2017 series 31 March 2017: Deadline for the receipt of Cambridge Nationals coursework marks for visiting moderation : Deadline for the receipt of all other coursework marks (including examiner marked coursework) by OCR 23 August 2017: Restricted release of results for above listed qualifications to centres only 24 August 2017: Release of results for above listed qualifications to candidates Provisional version of the timetable The final version of the timetable will be published in Centres must ensure that candidates take OCR s examinations at the times indicated on the timetable. In notifying candidates of the dates and times of their examinations, centres must not place reliance upon the provisional timetable which is provided for the purpose of consultation only. Starting times of examinations The published starting time of all examinations is either 9.00 am or 1.30 pm. Each examination must be taken on the day and at the time shown on the timetable. Centres may change the starting time of an examination within the scheduled morning or afternoon session without notifying OCR but candidates must start morning examinations no earlier than 8.30 am and by 9.30 am and afternoon examinations no earlier than 1.00 pm and by 2.00 pm. Candidates with more than one examination in a session should take these consecutively. A supervised break may be given between examinations taken consecutively at the discretion of the centre. Centres may decide the order in which to conduct examinations for candidates taking more than one examination in a session. Leaving the examination Candidates must remain under supervision until am for morning examinations and until 2.30 pm for afternoon examinations. For examinations of less than one hour s duration, candidates must be supervised until the published finishing time of the examination or 30 minutes after the published starting time, whichever is later. Timetable deviations If you need to arrange overnight supervision, the forms do not need to be returned to OCR but must be completed and held in your centre records. When a change is made to the published starting time of an examination, it is the responsibility of the centre to inform all candidates affected by the alteration. Exams Timetable Tool The exams timetable tool contains dates for OCR, AQA, Pearson and WJEC examinations. It is available via The Exams Office website, and can be used to search, collate, export and print timetable information. Please note that you will need to be a member to access the information. Enquiries about membership for this site must be directed to The Exams Office directly and not the individual awarding bodies. Centres must ascertain the dates for any papers not shown on the OCR timetable from: w Centre Data and Meetings Telephone: OCR Cambridge Office Fax: Hills Road Cambridge CB1 2EU

3 GCSE, Entry Level Certificate, Level 2 Award, Principal Learning Level 2 units, Project Levels 1 & 2, Level 1 & 2 Certificate and Cambridge Nationals Provisional Examination Timetable, 2017 GCSE Art and Design 15 : Deadline for completion and submission of marks to OCR for the OCR-set Tasks: J160 Art and Design J161 Art and Design: Fine Art J162 Art and Design: Graphic Communication J163 Art and Design: Photography Lens and Light based Media J164 Art and Design: Textile Design J165 Art and Design: 3D Design J166 Art and Design: Critical and Contextual Studies J167 Art and Design: Applied Please note the coursework submission date for the above examinations is Design and Technology 3 April 21 : Examinations to be held within this period for: A552 Design and Technology (Product Design) (J305, J045): Designing and Making Innovation Challenge 6 h 30 min Drama 1 February 2 : Examination to be held within this period for: A583 Drama: From Concept to Creation 10 h Expressive Arts 27 February 28 April: Examination to be held within this period for: A693 Expressive Arts: Working in Response to a Commission in a Community Context Modern Languages 7 March 15 : Examinations to be held within this period for: Speaking Tests (External): A802 Dutch (J733/J033) A812 Gujarati (J734/J034) A822 Persian (J735/J035) A832 Portuguese (J736/J036) A842 Turkish (J737/J037) Music 3 March 5 : Examinations to be held within this period for: B353 Music: Creative Task Physical Education 15 March: Deadline for the receipt of all marks to the moderator for: B452 Practical Performance and Analysis 1 B454 Practical Performance and Analysis 2 (with the exception of summer only activities and the analysis tasks which is 1 ) 15 : Deadline for the receipt of MS1s to the moderator and OCR for: B452 Practical Performance and Analysis 1 B454 Practical Performance and Analysis 2

4 GCSE, Entry Level Certificate, Level 2 Award, Principal Learning Level 2 units, Project Levels 1 & 2, Level 1 & 2 Certificate and Cambridge Nationals Provisional Examination Timetable, 2017 Entry Level Certificate Art and Design 1 January 15 : OCR-set Work to be completed within this period for: R300 Art and Design R301 Art and Design: Fine Art R302 Art and Design: Graphic Communication R303 Art and Design: Photography Lens and Light based Media R304 Art and Design: Textile Design R305 Art and Design: 3D Design R306 Art and Design: Art and Design Appreciation Please note the coursework submission date for the above examinations is Physical Education 15 : Deadline for the receipt of all marks to the moderator for (please do not send the marks to OCR, only the MS1s as below): R462 Physical Education 15 : Deadline for the receipt of MS1s to the moderator and OCR for: R462 Physical Education Level 1 and 2 Certificate Applied History 2 19 : Examination to be held within this period as convenient to centres for: B951: Unit 1: Medieval History 4 h

5 Provisional Examination Timetable, 2017 Timetables by qualification GCSE Ancient History Biblical Hebrew Biology Business Chemistry Citizenship Studies Classical Civilisation Classical Greek Computing Design and Technology Dutch Economics Engineering English English Language English Literature Environmental and Land-based Science) French Geography Home Economics Humanities ICT Latin Law Leisure and Tourism Manufacturing Mathematics Media Studies Music Persian Physical Education Physics Portuguese Psychology Religious Studies Science Sociology Spanish Turkish Level 2 Award Thinking and Reasoning Skills Cambridge Nationals Business Creative imedia Engineering Health and Social Care ICT Science Science in the Workplace Sport Science Sport Studies German Gujarati Health and Social Care History

6 Provisional Examination Timetable, 2017 GCSE Ancient History (J151/J051) A031 The Greeks at War 15 min Wed 7 am A032 The Rise of Rome 15 min Thu 15 pm A033 Women in Ancient Politics 15 min Mon 19 pm Biblical Hebrew (J196) A201 Language 2 h Fri 16 pm A202 Literature 2 h Tue 20 pm Biology A (J243) A161/1 Modules B1, B2, B3 Foundation Tue 16 pm A161/2 Modules B1, B2, B3 Higher Tue 16 pm A162/1 Modules B4, B5, B6 Foundation Fri 9 am A162/2 Modules B4, B5, B6 Higher Fri 9 am A163/1 Module B7 Foundation Mon 19 am A163/2 Module B7 Higher Mon 19 am Biology B (J263) B731/1 Modules B1, B2, B3 Foundation 15 min Wed 24 pm B731/2 Modules B1, B2, B3 Higher 15 min Wed 24 pm B732/1 Modules B4, B5, B6 Foundation 30 min Fri 16 am B732/2 Modules B4, B5, B6 Higher 30 min Fri 16 am Applied Business (Single Award) (J213) A241 Business in Action 30 min Wed 24 am Applied Business (Double Award) (J226) A241 Business in Action 30 min Wed 24 am A243 Working in Business 30 min Wed 7 pm Business and Communication Systems (J230) A265 Businesses and their Communication Systems 30 min Fri 23 pm A267 ICT Skills for Business Communication Systems Mon 19 pm Chemistry A (J244) A171/1 Modules C1, C2, C3 Foundation Thu 18 am A171/2 Modules C1, C2, C3 Higher Thu 18 am A172/1 Modules C4, C5, C6 Foundation Wed 14 am A172/2 Modules C4, C5, C6 Higher Wed 14 am A173/1 Module C7 Foundation Wed 21 am A173/2 Module C7 Higher Wed 21 am Chemistry B (J264) B741/1 Modules C1, C2, C3 Foundation 15 min Fri 9 am B741/2 Modules C1, C2, C3 Higher 15 min Fri 9 am B742/1 Modules C4, C5, C6 Foundation 30 min Mon 19 am B742/2 Modules C4, C5, C6 Higher 30 min Mon 19 am Citizenship Studies (J269/J029) A342 A343 Identity, Democracy and Justice Understanding our Role as Citizens Rights and Responsibilities Extending our Knowledge and Understanding Classical Civilisation (J280/J080) Mon 15 pm Thu 18 pm A351/1, 2 City Life in the Classical World each Wed 7 am A352/1, 2 Epic and Myth each Fri 16 pm A353/1, 2 Community Life in the Classical World each Mon 19 pm Classical Greek (J291/J091) B401 Classical Greek Language 1 (Mythology and Domestic Life) Fri 9 pm B402 Classical Greek Language 2 (History) (J291 only) Thu 15 am B403 Classical Greek Prose Literature Wed 24 am B404 Classical Greek Verse Literature Wed 7 pm B405 Sources for Classical Greek Tue 20 pm Computing (J275) A451 Computer Systems and Programming 30 min Wed 7 am Business Studies (J253) A292 Business and People Wed 24 am A293 Production, Finance and the External Business Environment 30 min Fri 9 pm

7 Provisional Examination Timetable, 2017 Design and Technology (Product Design) (J305) Engineering (Double Award) (J344) A554 Designing Influences 30 min Mon 26 am D & T: Electronics and Control Systems (J301) A515/1-3 Sustainability and Technical Aspects of Designing and Making D & T: Food Technology (J302) 30 min each Tue 23 am A525 Sustainability and Technical Aspects of Designing and Making 30 min Mon 5 pm D & T: Graphics (J303) A535 Sustainability and Technical Aspects of Designing and Making 30 min Tue 20 pm D & T: Industrial Technology (J304) A545 Sustainability and Technical Aspects of Designing and Making 30 min Thu 8 pm D & T: Resistant Materials (J306) A565 Sustainability and Technical Aspects of Designing and Making 30 min Fri 16 pm D & T: Textiles Technology (J307) A575 Sustainability and Technical Aspects of Designing and Making 30 min Tue 23 am Dutch (J733) A801 Listening 50 min Wed 24 am A803 Reading Fri 9 pm A804 Writing Fri 19 pm A622 Engineering Processes Tue 23 am A624 Impact of Modern Technologies on Engineering Mon 5 pm English Language (New) J351/1 Communicating information and Ideas 2 h Tue 6 am J351/2 Exploring effects and impact 2 h Mon 12 am English Language (NI) (J345) Northern Ireland centres only A633/1, 2 Information and Ideas 2 h each Tue 6 am English Literature (New) J352/1 Exploring modern and literary heritage texts 2 h Mon 22 am J352/2 Exploring poetry and Shakespeare 2 h Fri 26 am Environmental and Land-based Science (J271) B681/1, 2 Management of the Natural Environment each Fri 16 am B682/1, 2 Plant Cultivation and Small Animal Care each Mon 19 am B683/1, 2 Commercial Horticulture, Agriculture and Livestock Husbandry each Wed 21 am French (J730) A701/1 Listening Foundation Tue 16 am A701/2 Listening Higher Tue 16 am A703/1 Reading Foundation Tue 16 am A703/2 Reading Higher Tue 16 am Dutch: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J033) A801 Listening 50 min Wed 24 am Dutch: Written Language (Short Course) (J133) A803 Reading Fri 9 pm A804 Writing Fri 19 pm Economics (J320) A591/2 How the Market Works Mon 5 pm A592 How the Economy Works Mon 5 pm A593 The UK Economy and Globalisation 30 min Thu 8 pm Engineering (Single Award) (J322) A622 Engineering Processes Tue 23 am French: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J030) A701/1 Listening Foundation Tue 16 am A701/2 Listening Higher Tue 16 am French Written Language (Short Course) (J130) A703/1 Reading Foundation Tue 16 am A703/2 Reading Higher Tue 16 am

8 Provisional Examination Timetable, 2017 Geography A (J382) A731/1, 2 Contemporary Themes in Geography each Mon 22 pm A732/1, 2 Geographical Skills 15 min each Tue 6 pm Geography B (J385) Health & Social Care (Double Award) (J412) A912 Understanding Personal Development & Relationships Mon 12 pm A914 Safeguarding and Protecting Individuals Wed 21 pm History A (Schools History Project) (J415) B561/1, 2 Sustainable Decision Making 30 min each Mon 22 pm B563/1, 2 Key Geographical Themes each Tue 6 pm Geography B (Short Course) (J085) A772/1, 2 Key Geographical Themes 15 min each Tue 6 pm German (J731) A711/1 Listening Foundation Wed 7 am A711/2 Listening Higher Wed 7 am A713/1 Reading Foundation Wed 7 am A713/2 Reading Higher Wed 7 am German: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J031) A711/1 Listening Foundation Wed 7 am A711/2 Listening Higher Wed 7 am German: Written Language (Short Course) (J131) A713/1 Reading Foundation Wed 7 am A713/2 Reading Higher Wed 7 am Gujarati (J734) A811 Listening 50 min Wed 24 am A813 Reading Fri 9 pm A814 Writing Fri 19 pm Gujarati: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J034) A811 Listening 50 min Wed 24 am A954 Study in Development and Study in Depth 2 h Mon 5 am A955 Historical Source Investigation 30 min Wed 14 pm History B (Modern World) (J418) A011-A017 Aspects of International Relations, the chosen Depth Study 2 h each Mon 5 am A021-A022 British Depth Study 30 min each Wed 14 pm Home Economics (Child Development) (J441) B013 Principles of Child Development 30 min Thu 15 am Home Economics (Food & Nutrition) (J431) B003 Principles of Food & Nutrition 30 min Fri 16 pm Humanities (J445) B031 Cross-curricular Themes 2 h Fri 16 pm B032 Application of Knowledge 15 min Wed 21 pm ICT (J461) B061 ICT in Today s World Wed 17 am B063 ICT in Context Thu 25 pm Latin (J281/J081) A401 Latin Language 1 (Mythology and Domestic Life) Wed 17 am A402 Latin Language 2 (History) (J281 only) Fri 19 pm A403 Latin Prose Literature Tue 23 am A404 Latin Verse Literature Thu 25 pm A405 Sources for Latin Wed 7 am Gujarati: Written Language (Short Course) (J134) A813 Reading Fri 9 pm A814 Writing Fri 19 pm Health & Social Care (Single Award) (J406) A912 Understanding Personal Development & Relationships Fri 12 pm Law (J485) B141 The Nature of Law. Criminal Courts and Criminal Processes Tue 23 am B142 Civil Courts and Civil Processes. Civil Liberties and Human Rights Wed 7 am B143 Employment Rights and Responsibilities Thu 18 pm B144 Consumer Rights and Responsibilities Mon 15 pm

9 Provisional Examination Timetable, 2017 Leisure and Tourism (Single Award) (J444) Physical Education (J586) B181 Understanding the Leisure and Tourism Industries 30 min Tue 23 am Leisure and Tourism (Double Award) (J488) B181 Understanding the Leisure and Tourism Industries 30 min Tue 23 am B183 Working in the Leisure and Tourism Industries 30 min Wed 7 pm Manufacturing (Single Award) (J505) B232 Manufacturing Processes Tue 20 am Manufacturing (Double Award) (J510) B232 Manufacturing Processes Tue 20 am B234 Impact of Modern Technologies on Manufacturing Fri 23 pm Mathematics (New) J560/1 Paper 1 (Foundation) 30 min Thu 25 am J560/2 Paper 2 (Foundation) 30 min Thu 8 am J560/3 Paper 3 (Foundation) 30 min Tue 13 am J560/4 Paper 4 (Higher) 30 min Thu 25 am J560/5 Paper 5 (Higher) 30 min Thu 8 am J560/6 Paper 6 (Higher) 30 min Tue 13 am Media Studies (J526) B322 Textual Analysis and Media Studies Topic (Moving Image) Tue 23 am B323 Textual Analysis and Media Studies Topic (Print) Tue 23 am Music (J535) B354 Listening Test 30 min max. Fri 9 pm Persian (J735) A821 Listening 50 min Wed 24 am A823 Reading Fri 9 pm A824 Writing Fri 19 pm Persian: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J035) A821 Listening 50 min Wed 24 am Persian: Written Language (Short Course) (J135) B451 An Introduction to Physical Education Fri 19 pm B453 Developing Knowledge in Physical Education Thu 25 pm Physical Education (Short Course) (J086) B451 An Introduction to Physical Education Fri 19 pm Physics A (J245) A181/1 Modules P1, P2, P3 Foundation Wed 24 pm A181/2 Modules P1, P2, P3 Higher Wed 24 pm A182/1 Modules P4, P5, P6 Foundation Fri 16 am A182/2 Modules P4, P5, P6 Higher Fri 16 am A183/1 Module P7 Foundation Fri 23 am A183/2 Module P7 Higher Fri 23 am Physics B (J265) B751/1 Modules P1, P2, P3 Foundation 15 min Wed 14 am B751/2 Modules P1, P2, P3 Higher 15 min Wed 14 am B752/1 Modules P4, P5, P6 Foundation 30 min Wed 21 am B752/2 Modules P4, P5, P6 Higher 30 min Wed 21 am Portuguese (J736) A831 Listening 50 min Wed 24 am A833 Reading Fri 9 pm A834 Writing Fri 19 pm Portuguese: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J036) A831 Listening 50 min Wed 24 am Portuguese: Written Language (Short Course) (J136) A833 Reading Fri 9 pm A834 Writing Fri 19 pm Psychology (J611) B541 Studies and Applications in Psychology 1 15 min Mon 5 pm B542 Studies and Applications in Psychology 2 15 min Thu 8 pm B543 Research in Psychology Fri 16 pm A823 Reading Fri 9 pm A824 Writing Fri 19 pm

10 Provisional Examination Timetable, 2017 Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120) Additional Science A (J242) B569 Buddhism 1 Thu 22 pm B570 Buddhism 2 Thu 22 pm B571 Christianity 1 Wed 17 pm B572 Christianity 2 Wed 17 pm B573 Christianity (Roman Catholic) 1 Wed 17 pm B574 Christianity (Roman Catholic) 2 Wed 17 pm B575 Hinduism 1 Wed 7 pm B576 Hinduism 2 Wed 7 pm B577 Islam 1 Wed 7 pm B578 Islam 2 Wed 7 pm B579 Judaism 1 Tue 23 pm B580 Judaism 2 Tue 23 pm B581 Sikhism 1 Tue 23 pm B582 Sikhism 2 Tue 23 pm B583 Christian Scriptures 1 Mon 19 pm B584 Christian Scriptures 2 Mon 19 pm B585 Jewish Scriptures 1 Mon 19 pm B586 Jewish Scriptures 2 Mon 19 pm B587 Muslim Texts 1 Mon 19 pm B588 Muslim Texts 2 Mon 19 pm B589 Perspectives on World Religions Mon 15 am B603 Ethics Mon 15 am Religious Studies B (Philosophy and Applied Ethics) (J621) B601 Philosophy 1 Thu 15 pm B602 Philosophy 2 Thu 15 pm B603 Ethics 1 Mon 15 am B604 Ethics 2 Mon 15 am A162/1 Modules B4, B5, B6 Foundation Fri 9 am A162/2 Modules B4, B5, B6 Higher Fri 9 am A172/1 Modules C4, C5, C6 Foundation Wed 14 am A172/2 Modules C4, C5, C6 Higher Wed 14 am A182/1 Modules P4, P5, P6 Foundation Fri 16 am A182/2 Modules P4, P5, P6 Higher Fri 16 am Additional Science B (J262) B721/1 Modules B3, C3, P3 Foundation 15 min Wed 14 am B721/2 Modules B3, C3, P3 Higher 15 min Wed 14 am B722/1 Modules B4, C4, P4 Foundation 30 min Fri 16 am B722/2 Modules B4, C4, P4 Higher 30 min Fri 16 am Further Additional Science A (J246) A163/1 Module B7 Foundation Mon 19 am A163/2 Module B7 Higher Mon 19 am A173/1 Module C7 Foundation Wed 21 am A173/2 Module C7 Higher Wed 21 am A183/1 Module P7 Foundation Fri 23 am A183/2 Module P7 Higher Fri 23 am Further Additional Science B (J266) B761/1 Modules B5, C5, P5 Foundation 15 min Mon 19 am B761/2 Modules B5, C5, P5 Higher 15 min Mon 19 am B762/1 Modules B6, C6, P6 Foundation 30 min Wed 21 am B762/2 Modules B6, C6, P6 Higher 30 min Wed 21 am Science A (J241) Religious Studies B (Philosophy and/or Applied Ethics) (Short Course) (J121) B601 Philosophy 1 Thu 15 pm B602 Philosophy 2 Thu 15 pm B603 Ethics 1 Mon 15 am B604 Ethics 2 Mon 15 am Additional Applied Science (J251) A191/1, 2 Science in Society each Fri 16 am A192/1, 2 Science of Materials and Production each Mon 19 am A161/1 Modules B1, B2, B3 Foundation Tue 16 pm A161/2 Modules B1, B2, B3 Higher Tue 16 pm A171/1 Modules C1, C2, C3 Foundation Thu 18 am A171/2 Modules C1, C2, C3 Higher Thu 18 am A181/1 Modules P1, P2, P3 Foundation Wed 24 pm A181/2 Modules P1, P2, P3 Higher Wed 24 pm Science B (J261) B711/1 Modules B1, C1, P1 Foundation 15 min Wed 24 pm B711/2 Modules B1, C1, P1 Higher 15 min Wed 24 pm B712/1 Modules B2, C2, P2 Foundation 30 min Fri 9 am B712/2 Modules B2, C2, P2 Higher 30 min Fri 9 am

11 Provisional Examination Timetable, 2017 Sociology (J696) B671 Sociology Basics Mon 15 pm B672 Socialisation, Culture and Identity 30 min Thu 18 pm B673 Applying Sociological Research Techniques Mon 15 pm Spanish (J732) A721/1 Listening Foundation Fri 19 am A721/2 Listening Higher Fri 19 am A723/1 Reading Foundation Fri 19 am A723/2 Reading Higher Fri 19 am Spanish: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J032) A721/1 Listening Foundation Fri 19 am A721/2 Listening Higher Fri 19 am Spanish: Written Language (Short Course) (J132) A723/1 Reading Foundation Fri 19 am A723/2 Reading Higher Fri 19 am Turkish (J737) A841 Listening 50 min Wed 24 am A843 Reading Fri 9 pm A844 Writing Fri 19 pm Turkish: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J037) A841 Listening 50 min Wed 24 am Turkish: Written Language (Short Course) (J137) A843 Reading Fri 9 pm A844 Writing Fri 19 pm

12 Provisional Examination Timetable, 2017 Level 2 Award Thinking and Reasoning Skills (J930) B901 Thinking and Reasoning Skills Thu 22 am B902 Thinking and Reasoning Skills Case Study Mon 26 am Cambridge Nationals Business R061 Introduction to business Wed 24 am Creative imedia R081 Pre-production skills 15 min Wed 7 am Engineering Design R105 Design briefs, design specifications and user requirements Mon 15 pm Engineering Manufacture R109 Engineering materials, processes and production Thu 18 pm Health and Social Care R021 Essential values of care for use with individuals in care settings Mon 12 pm ICT Sport Studies R051 Contemporary issues in sport Fri 19 pm Systems Control in Engineering R113 Electronic principles Mon 5 pm R001 Understanding computer systems Wed 17 am Principles in Engineering and Engineering Business R101 Engineering principles Tue 23 am Science R072/1, 2 How scientific ideas have developed each Fri 9 am Science in the Workplace R075/1, 2 How scientific data is used each Fri 16 am Sport Science R041 Reducing the risk of sports injuries Fri 19 pm

13 Provisional Examination Timetable, 2017 Timetables by date Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week Week Week

14 Morning Provisional Examination Timetable, 2017 Afternoon Examination Level Indicator Cambridge Nationals are shown by (CAMNAT) after the title Edition dated February 2016 B589 B603 B603 B604 A701/1 A701/2 A701/1 A701/2 A703/1 A703/2 A703/1 A703/2 B061 R001 A401 A171/1 A171/2 A721/1 A721/2 A721/1 A721/2 A723/1 A723/2 A723/1 A723/2 Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Perspectives on World Religions Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Ethics Religious Studies B (Philosophy and Applied Ethics) (J621/J121): Ethics 1 Religious Studies B (Philosophy and Applied Ethics) (J621/J121): Ethics 2 French (J730): Listening Foundation French (J730): Listening Higher French: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J030): Listening Foundation French: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J030): Listening Higher French (J730): Reading Foundation French (J730): Reading Higher French: Written Language (Short Course) (J130): Reading Foundation French: Written Language (Short Course) (J130): Reading Higher ICT (J461): ICT in Today s World ICT: Understanding computer systems (CAMNAT) Latin (J281/J081): Latin Language 1 (Mythology and Domestic Life) Chemistry A (J244)/Science A (J241): Modules C1, C2, C3 Foundation Chemistry A (J244)/Science A (J241): Modules C1, C2, C3 Higher Spanish (J732): Listening Foundation Spanish (J732): Listening Higher Spanish: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J032): Listening Foundation Spanish: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J032): Listening Higher Spanish (J732): Reading Foundation Spanish (J732): Reading Higher Spanish: Written Language (Short Course) (J132): Reading Foundation Spanish: Written Language (Short Course) (J132): Reading Higher A342 R105 B144 B671 B673 A161/1 A161/2 B571 B572 B573 B574 A343 R109 B143 B672 A804 A804 A814 A814 A402 A824 A824 B451 A834 A834 R041 R051 A844 A844 Citizenship Studies (J269/J029): Identity, Democracy and Justice - Understanding our Role as Citizens Engineering Design: Design briefs, design specifications and user requirements (CAMNAT) Law (J485): Consumer Rights and Responsibilities Sociology (J696): Sociology Basics Sociology (J696): Applying Sociological Research Techniques Biology A (J243)/Science A (J241): Modules B1, B2, B3 Foundation Biology A (J243)/Science A (J241): Modules B1, B2, B3 Higher Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Christianity 1 Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Christianity 2 Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Christianity (Roman Catholic) 1 Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Christianity (Roman Catholic) 2 Citizenship Studies (J269/J029): Rights and Responsibilities Extending our Knowledge and Understanding Engineering Manufacture: Engineering materials, processes and production (CAMNAT) Law (J485): Employment Rights and Responsibilities Sociology (J696): Socialisation, Culture and Identity Dutch (J733): Writing Dutch: Written Language (Short Course) (J133): Writing Gujarati (J734): Writing Gujarati: Written Language (Short Course) (J134): Writing Latin (J281): Latin Language 2 (History) Persian (J735): Writing Persian: Written Language (Short Course) (J135): Writing Physical Education (J586/J086): An Introduction to Physical Education Portuguese (J736): Writing Portuguese: Written Language (Short Course) (J136): Writing Sport Science: Reducing the risk of sports injuries (CAMNAT) Sport Studies: Contemporary issues in sport (CAMNAT) Turkish (J737): Writing Turkish: Written Language (Short Course) (J137): Writing 30 min (Week 1 of 6)

15 Morning Provisional Examination Timetable, 2017 Afternoon Examination Level Indicator Cambridge Nationals are shown by (CAMNAT) after the title Edition dated February 2016 J352/1 English Literature (New): Exploring modern and literary heritage texts 2 h A515/1-3 A575 A622 A403 B141 B181 B322 B323 R101 A241 R061 A292 B403 A801 A801 A811 A811 A821 A821 A831 A831 A841 A841 J560/1 J560/4 D & T: Electronics and Control Systems (J301): Sustainability and technical aspects of designing and making D & T: Textiles Technology (J307): Sustainability and technical aspects of designing and making Engineering (Single/Double Award) (J322/J344): Engineering Processes Latin (J281/J081): Latin Prose Literature Law (J485): The Nature of Law. Criminal Courts and Criminal Processes Leisure and Tourism (Single/Double Award) (J444/J488): Understanding the Leisure and Tourism Industries Media Studies (J526): Textual Analysis and Media Studies Topic (Moving Image) Media Studies (J526): Textual Analysis and Media Studies Topic (Print) Principles in Engineering and Engineering Business: Engineering principles (CAMNAT) Applied Business (Single/Double Award) (J213/J226): Business in Action Business: Introduction to business (CAMNAT) Business Studies (J253): Business and People Classical Greek (J291/J091): Classical Greek Prose Literature Dutch (J733): Listening Dutch: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J033): Listening Gujarati (J734): Listening Gujarati: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J034): Listening Persian (J735): Listening Persian: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J035): Listening Portuguese (J736): Listening Portuguese: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J036): Listening Turkish (J737): Listening Turkish: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J037): Listening Mathematics (New): Paper 1 (Foundation) Mathematics (New): Paper 4 (Higher) 30 min each 30 min 30 min J352 English Literature (New): Exploring poetry and Shakespeare 2 h 30 min 50 min 50 min 50 min 50 min 50 min 50 min 50 min 50 min 50 min 50 min 30 min 30 min A731/1, 2 B561/1, 2 B579 B580 B581 B582 B731/1 B731/2 A181/1 A181/2 B711/1 B711/2 B063 A404 B453 Geography A (J382): Contemporary Themes in Geography Geography B (J385): Sustainable Decision Making Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Judaism 1 Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Judaism 2 Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Sikhism 1 Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Sikhism 2 Biology B (J263): Modules B1, B2, B3 Foundation Biology B (J263): Modules B1, B2, B3 Higher Physics A (J245)/Science A (J241): Modules P1, P2, P3 Foundation Physics A (J245)/Science A (J241): Modules P1, P2, P3 Higher Science B (J261): Modules B1, C1, P1 Foundation Science B (J261): Modules B1, C1, P1 Higher ICT (J461): ICT in Context Latin (J281/J081): Latin Verse Literature Physical Education (J586): Developing Knowledge in Physical Education each 30 min each 15 min 15 min 15 min 15 min (Week 2 of 6) 29 MAY 2 JUNE SPRING BANK HOLIDAY WEEK NO EXAMINATIONS

16 Morning Provisional Examination Timetable, 2017 Afternoon Examination Level Indicator Cambridge Nationals are shown by (CAMNAT) after the title Edition dated February 2016 A954 A011-A017 J351/1 A633/1, 2 A031 A351/1, 2 A451 R081 A711/1 A711/2 A711/1 A711/2 A713/1 A713/2 A713/1 A713/2 A405 B142 J560/2 J560/5 A162/1 A162/2 B741/1 B741/2 R072/1, 2 B712/1 B712/2 History A (SHP) (J415): Study in Development and Study in Depth History B (Modern World) (J418): Aspects of International Relations, the chosen Depth Study English Language (New): Communicating information and ideas English Language (NI) (J345): Information and Ideas (Northern Ireland centres only) Ancient History (J151/J051): The Greeks at War Classical Civilisation (J280/J080): City Life in the Classical World Computing (J275): Computer Systems and Programming Creative imedia: Pre-production skills (CAMNAT) German (J731): Listening Foundation German (J731): Listening Higher German: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J031): Listening Foundation German: Spoken Language (Short Course) (J031): Listening Higher German (J731): Reading Foundation German (J731): Reading Higher German: Written Language (Short Course) (J131): Reading Foundation German: Written Language (Short Course) (J131): Reading Higher Latin (J281/J081): Sources For Latin Law (J485): Civil Courts and Civil Processes. Civil Liberties and Human Rights Mathematics (New): Paper 2 (Foundation) Mathematics (New): Paper 5 (Higher) Biology A (J243)/Additional Science A (J242): Modules B4, B5, B6 Foundation Biology A (J243)/Additional Science A (J242): Modules B4, B5, B6 Higher Chemistry B (J264): Modules C1, C2, C3 Foundation Chemistry B (J264): Modules C1, C2, C3 Higher Science: How scientific ideas have developed (CAMNAT) Science B (J261): Modules B2, C2, P2 Foundation Science B (J261): Modules B2, C2, P2 Higher 2 h 2 h each 2 h 2 h each 15 min each 30 min 15 min 30 min 30 min 15 min 15 min each 30 min 30 min A525 A591/2 A592 A624 B541 R113 A732/1, 2 B563/1, 2 A772/1, 2 A243 B404 B183 B575 B576 B577 B578 A545 A593 B542 A293 B401 A803 A803 A813 A813 B354 A823 A823 A833 A833 A843 A843 D & T: Food Technology (J302): Sustainability and technical aspects of designing and making Economics (J320): How the Market Works Economics (J320): How the Economy Works Engineering (Double Award) (J344): Impact of Modern Technologies on Engineering Psychology (J611): Studies and Applications in Psychology 1 Systems in Control Engineering: Electronic principles (CAMNAT) Geography A (J382): Geographical Skills Geography B (J385): Key Geographical Themes Geography B (Short Course) (J085): Key Geographical Themes Applied Business (Double Award) (J226): Working in Business Classical Greek (J291/J091): Classical Greek Verse Literature Leisure and Tourism (Double Award) (J488): Working in the Leisure and Tourism Industries Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Hinduism 1 Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Hinduism 2 Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Islam 1 Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Islam 2 D & T: Industrial Technology (J304): Sustainability and technical aspects of designing and making Economics (J320): The UK Economy and Globalisation Psychology (J611): Studies and Applications in Psychology 2 Business Studies (J253): Production, Finance and the External Business Environment Classical Greek (J291/J091): Classical Greek Language 1 (Mythology and Domestic Life) Dutch (J733): Reading Dutch: Written Language (Short Course) (J133): Reading Gujarati (J734): Reading Gujarati: Written Language (Short Course) (J134): Reading Music (J535): Listening Test Persian (J735): Reading Persian: Written Language (Short Course) (J135): Reading Portuguese (J736): Reading Portuguese: Written Language (Short Course) (J136): Reading Turkish (J737): Reading Turkish: Written Language (Short Course) (J137): Reading 30 min 15 min 15 min each each 15 min each 30 min 30 min 30 min 30 min 15 min 30 min 30 min max. 5 9 (Week 3 of 6)

17 Morning Provisional Examination Timetable, 2017 Afternoon Examination Level Indicator Cambridge Nationals are shown by (CAMNAT) after the title Edition dated February 2016 J351/2 English Language (New): Exploring effects and impact 2 h J560/3 J560/6 B721/1 B721/2 A172/1 A172/2 B751/1 B751/2 B402 B013 A191/1, 2 B722/1 B722/2 B732/1 B732/2 B681/1, 2 A182/1 A182/2 R075/1, 2 Mathematics (New): Paper 3 (Foundation) Mathematics (New): Paper 6 (Higher) Additional Science B (J262): Modules B3, C3, P3 Foundation Additional Science B (J262): Modules B3, C3, P3 Higher Chemistry A (J244)/Additional Science A (J242): Modules C4, C5, C6 Foundation Chemistry A (J244)/Additional Science A (J242): Modules C4, C5, C6 Higher Physics B (J265): Modules P1, P2, P3 Foundation Physics B (J265): Modules P1, P2, P3 Higher Classical Greek (J291): Classical Greek Language 2 (History) Home Economics (Child Development) (J441): Principles of Child Development Additional Applied Science (J251): Science in Society Additional Science B (J262): Modules B4, C4, P4 Foundation Additional Science B (J262): Modules B4, C4, P4 Higher Biology B (J263): Modules B4, B5, B6 Foundation Biology B (J263): Modules B4, B5, B6 Higher Environmental and Land-based Science (J271): Management of the Natural Environment Physics A (J245)/Additional Science A (J242): Modules P4, P5, P6 Foundation Physics A (J245)/Additional Science A (J242): Modules P4, P5, P6 Higher Science in the Workplace: How scientific data is used (CAMNAT) 30 min 30 min 15 min 15 min 15 min 15 min 30 min each 30 min 30 min 30 min 30 min each each A912 R021 A955 A021- A022 A032 B601 B602 A201 A352/1, 2 A565 B003 B031 B543 Health and Social Care (Single/Double Award) (J406/J412): Understanding Personal Development and Relationships Health and Social Care: Essential values of care for use with individuals in care settings (CAMNAT) History A (SHP) (J415): Historical Source Investigation History B (Modern World) (J418): British Depth Study Ancient History (J151/J051): The Rise of Rome Religious Studies B (Philosophy and Applied Ethics) (J621/J121): Philosophy 1 Religious Studies B (Philosophy and Applied Ethics) (J621/J121): Philosophy 2 Biblical Hebrew (J196): Language Classical Civilisation (J280/J080): Epic and Myth D & T: Resistant Materials (J306): Sustainability and technical aspects of designing and making Home Economics (Food & Nutrition) (J431): Principles of Food & Nutrition Humanities (J445): Cross-curricular Themes Psychology (J611): Research in Psychology 30 min 30 min each 15 min 2 h each 30 min 30 min 2 h (Week 4 of 6)

18 Morning Provisional Examination Timetable, 2017 Afternoon Examination Level Indicator Level 2 Award Units are shown by (L2) after the title Cambridge Nationals are shown by (CAMNAT) after the title Edition dated February 2016 A192/1, 2 A163/1 A163/2 B742/1 B742/2 B682/1, 2 B761/1 B761/2 B232 A173/1 A173/2 B683/1, 2 B762/1 B762/2 B752/1 B752/2 Additional Applied Science (J251): Science of Materials and Production Biology A (J243)/Further Additional Science A (J246): Module B7 Foundation Biology A (J243)/Further Additional Science A (J246): Module B7 Higher Chemistry B (J264): Modules C4, C5, C6 Foundation Chemistry B (J264): Modules C4, C5, C6 Higher Environmental and Land-based Science (J271): Plant Cultivation and Small Animal Care Further Additional Science B (J266): Science Modules B5, C5, P5 Foundation Further Additional Science B (J266): Science Modules B5, C5, P5 Higher Manufacturing (Single/Double Award) (J505/J510): Manufacturing Processes Chemistry A (J244)/Further Additional Science A (J246): Module C7 Foundation Chemistry A (J244)/Further Additional Science A (J246): Module C7 Higher Environmental and Land-based Science (J271): Commercial Horticulture, Agriculture and Livestock Husbandry Further Additional Science B (J266): Science modules B6, C6, P6 Foundation Further Additional Science B (J266): Science modules B6, C6, P6 Higher Physics B (J265): Modules P4, P5, P6 Foundation Physics B (J265): Modules P4, P5, P6 Higher B901 Thinking and Reasoning Skills (J930): Thinking and Reasoning Skills (L2) A183/1 A183/2 Physics A (J245)/Further Additional Science A (J246): Module P7 Foundation Physics A (J245)/Further Additional Science A (J246): Module P7 Higher each 30 min 30 min each 15 min 15 min each 30 min 30 min 30 min 30 min A033 A267 A353/1, 2 B583 B584 B585 B586 B587 B588 A202 B405 A535 A914 B032 B569 B570 A265 B234 Ancient History (J151/J051): Women in Ancient Politics Business and Communication Systems (J230): ICT Skills for Business Communication Systems Classical Civilisation (J280/J080): Community Life in the Classical World Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Christian Scriptures 1 Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Christian Scriptures 2 Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Jewish Scriptures 1 Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Jewish Scriptures 2 Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Muslim Texts 1 Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Muslim Texts 2 Biblical Hebrew (J196): Literature Classical Greek (J291/J091): Sources for Classical Greek D & T: Graphics (J303): Sustainability and technical aspects of designing and Making Health and Social Care (Double Award) (J412): Safeguarding and Protecting Individuals Humanities (J445): Application of Knowledge Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Buddhism 1 Religious Studies A (World Religion(s)) (J620/J120): Buddhism 2 Business and Communication Systems (J230): Businesses and their Communication Systems Manufacturing (Double Award) (J510): Impact of Modern Technologies on Manufacturing 15 min each 2 h 30 min 15 min 30 min (Week 5 of 6)

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