We are an approved centre for the AQA, Edexcel, OCR, and WJEC examination boards. We accommodate most of the standard subjects, and also work in partnership with CloudLearn to offer online learners the opportunity to take their exams here.

We also offer GCSE Equivalency Testing in English, Maths and Science throughout the academic year with Equivalency Testing.

Please note we accept candidates for exams only. Non-exam assessments (NEAs) e.g. coursework/controlled assessment/practical assessments are carried forward only. If you did NEAs and it was the same specification Bradford College use, you can ‘carry forward’ your results. Please indicate this on your entry form, confirming the unit code.

Any advice given by staff of Bradford College by any means is given without prejudice. It is your responsibility to ensure entries are correct and that correct procedures are followed for the exams.

**The final deadline for summer 2019 exam entries has now passed, and we will no longer accept ANY GCSE, IGCSE or A-level entries. Entries for academic year 2019-2020 will be accepted from early September 2019, information for which will be available online from late August.**

We are still accepting GCSE Equivalency Testing enquiries for the remainder of this academic year.

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