Government and Politics GCE from 2010
This page contains information related to our legacy GCE AS/A level Government and Politics qualification available in England and Wales (taught from 2010). The final award for this qualification will be summer 2018 with re-sit opportunities to be confirmed.
All course materials are available on our related documents page.
Past papers and mark schemes are free to download.
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We are currently recruiting examiners and moderators for GCSE, AS/A level and/or Level 1/Level 2 qualifications for next summer's examination series. If you have at least two years teaching experience and would like to apply, please create an account to complete the online application process.
For more information on becoming an examiner, including vacancies and benefits, please visit our appointees page.
Principal Examiner for GCE Government and Politics (WJEC)
To apply please complete the application form and return to email@example.com by 21/11/2016.
Author of Guidance for Teaching: Government & Politics
WJEC is recruiting an author to write a companion resources (Guidance for Teaching) for the WJEC GCE AS/A level Government and Politics specification. The successful applicant will be required to author a booklet which outlines and explains key aspects of the specification and subject content in detail.
If you wish to apply, complete the application form and submit a classroom resource that you have authored for consideration. Further information about this post is available from the Subject officer for Government and Politics, Rachel Dodge
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Subject OfficerRachel Dodge
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Subject Support OfficerCaroline Redman
029 2026 5141
GCE Government and Politics Examiners' Report Summer 2016Download
Principal Examiners' Report
The Summer 2016 Principal Examiners' reports provide feedback on this Summer's examination series. The reports include helpful observations and commentary on the work produced for this series and can assist teachers in preparing their students for the next examination series.