Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations

A university owned company and an exam board, also called OCR

OCR is a company limited by guarantee, an exempt charity and an examination board. It is responsible in the UK for GCSE, AS and A levels, GNVQ’s, NVQ’s and other qualifications. OCR is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the University of Cambridge.

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GCE Mathematics 100UMS
Response by Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations to Matthew Coulson on .

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Dear Matthew Coulson Thank you for your e-mail. Please find the statistics attached as requested. Kind Regards Narelle Customer Contact Centre...
IT Support Services
Response by Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations to John Wicker on .

Refused.

Dear Mr Wicker   Your freedom of information request of 26 January has been passed to me.   OCR does not have its own IT department and, as part of...
Percentage awarded full UMS
Response by Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations to Greg Auger on .

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Dear Mr Auger Further to your request below, we have been working to try and provide you with the information you have requested, unfortunately our sy...
Dear Ms Gillies Further to your Freedom of Information request made on 26 July, the information you have requested is as follows: 1) Total number of...
CIE GCE AL: A*, A and B grade thresholds
Response by Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations to Mr. Lee on .

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Dear Mr. Lee Thank you for your email. Further to the 9709 and 9231 component thresholds for 2007 to 2010 we have already provided you with, pleas...
Award of A* grade at GCE A level (CIE)
Request to Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations by Alvaro Nunez. Annotated by vidur on .

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Hello sir, i just want to confirm, if a candidate got 'grade E' in a component, does this means fail or As level???
I think strictly, Cambridge International Examinations is part of Cambridge Assessment, which is part of the University of Cambridge, so the correct ro...

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