WJEC is the examination board from Cardiff, Wales providing examinations for GCSE, AS and A Level, professional development and educational resources for UK schools and colleges.
As the name implies, Welsh Joint Education Committee (WJEC) is based in Wales and is the main centre of the region. WJEC offers to prospective students an innovative curriculum that includes contacts with employers, social activities, and the possibility of individual research and development of key skills that will be useful during exams. In England, more than 3500 centres operate with WJEC examination tasks.
The WJEC Committee focuses on issues related to re-evaluation, examination and appeals. If necessary, an expert centre can form an opinion on the student’s work. This option is only available while passing exams at the test centre.
WJEC website provides a detailed plan of exam preparations with practical advices and a list of literature, as well as computer classes, record studio, laboratories and conference halls.
WJEC was founded in 1948 as a community of local education authorities. The WJEC Committee included entry-level subjects, GCSE and AS / A-Level. However, in view of the growing competition between examination qualification boards WJEC Committee is often exposed to negative reviews from the press and the government. However, to this day WJEC operates successfully and produces worthy entrants. In WJEC computerized system are included assessments on some subjects, to improve the effectiveness and evaluation.
Our employees have put together for you about five hundred tests on various subjects, assessed by WJEC Committee. Prepared material we will help you to appreciate the complexity of the work of previous years, and adequately prepare for exams!