The information below explains when WJEC and WJEC Eduqas examination documents are made available to registered examination centres and to members of the public. The policy covers all our qualifications.
There is a lag between the time documents are made available to centres via the secure website and when they can be obtained from the public website. This is so that schools and colleges can use them as internal resources before they are available to all.
Documents are available on the website for a maximum of three years.
Question papers and mark schemes
|Examination series||Free on WJEC's secure website for WJEC registered centres||Free to download from public website.|
Question papers available the day after the end of each examination series.
Mark schemes available on results day.
Teachers at centres registered with WJEC
Question papers are available the day after the end of each examination series with mark schemes available on the day of results. These question papers and mark schemes are free of charge to download by registered centres from WJEC's secure website.
These question papers and mark schemes must not be shared on social media prior to WJEC making them available publicly.
Students and parents
Past papers and mark schemes will be available to download free of charge from the public website between 6 to 9 months after the results day of each examination series as detailed on the table above.
|Examination series||Free from WJEC's public website|
|November||Available on results day|
Downloadable electronic copies are available free of charge on the relevant subject/qualification website pages. Electronic versions of the specifications are made available on the website as soon as they are accredited. These versions will be the most up-to-date.
Teachers' Guides are available free of charge on the website (see Documents listings on Subject/Level pages).
Schools and colleges are welcome to use documents for use in the classroom and for students' private study in preparation for examinations, acknowledging WJEC as appropriate if reproductions are made. If centres wish to copy documents for use outside their centres (whether electronically or in hard copy), they must apply to WJEC for written permission.
Please note: some question papers contain material obtained from third parties, such as newspaper articles, photographs and diagrams. WJEC may not always have been able to obtain full copyright clearance for the use of such materials outside the examinations, and for this reason some papers or extracts may not be available electronically.