A ‘Script’ refers to the written work of a candidate which has resulted from an externally assessed component. Arrangements for Access to Scripts do not apply to internally assessed components, such as Orals.
There are 3 options when requesting Access to Scripts.
Your teacher may request a copy of your script for teaching and learning purposes. Where teaching staff intend to use scripts for teaching and learning purposes or as examples for other candidates, prior written permission must be obtained from the candidates concerned. This permission may be sought only after candidates have received their results for the examination series concerned.
Candidates who grant their permission have the right to anonymise their scripts before use.
Candidates have the right to instruct their centres not to request their scripts.
If a Subject Teacher requests that the exam board return an exam script for the above purposes, you will be sent a Candidate Consent Form. The form will ask for your permission for the script to be used as stated above. It will also ask if you wish for your work to be anonymous. If you do not wish for your work to be used, you can state this on the Consent Form.