Part-completed qualifications and coronavirus

Apr 2020

What happens if I've already completed part of a qualification but can't continue because of coronavirus?

CORONAVIRUS INCOMPLETE QUALIFICATIONS
Answer

The Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) have indicated you can be awarded a full qualification if you've already completed 25% of the assessed material. This means you'll be awarded your current marks if you've finished coursework, for example, up to that amount. If you've completed less than 25%, but you've completed something, JCQ may award you your current grade, but haven't yet indicated how they’ll decide this.

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