The Joint Council for General Qualifications, which represents exam boards, says pupils can get up to two per cent extra for the death of a pet on the day of the exam, five per cent for a family bereavement and three per cent for a recent fracture or organ disease.
What does JCGQ stand for?
JCGQ stands for Joint Council for General Qualifications (London, England, UK)
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For the first time the Joint Council for General Qualifications, the body representing exam boards, has tried to quantify how results can be altered to take account of candidates' circumstances.
Teachers who earn extra cash for marking scripts in the summer have been asked by the Joint Council for General Qualifications to take on double their usual load.
2pc, according to final figures from the Joint Council for General Qualifications, representing the main exam boards in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
2pc, according to final figures released by the Joint Council for General Qualifications, which represents the main exam boards in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
But Paul Sokoloff, of the Joint Council for General Qualifications, said: "Students are working hard because they know good qualifications will be vital to their life choices.
Figures released by the Joint Council for General Qualifications show the girls were nearly 10 percentage points ahead of the boys in the A* to C categories, 61.
The QCA said that the Joint Council for General Qualifications, umbrella body for the exam boards, would shortly publish a clearer guide on cashing-in rules.