This guide is for pupils who are currently studying GCSEs at other schools. If you are studying GCSEs at Regent House, please our guide for current students instead.

To register your interest in Regent House sixth form before you collect your results, please complete our Conditional Application Form.

 

Collect your results

Collect your GCSE results on 23 August 2018
as directed by your current school.

 

Review your results

Compare your results to our sixth form entry criteria:

  • a minimum of six passes at Grade C or higher in full GCSE subjects
  • a score of at least 12 points, based on the following equivalences:

Full GCSE Courses:  A*=4,  A=3,  B=2,  C=1

Short GCSE Courses: A*/A=2,  B=1,  C=0

 

Make an appointment for an interview

Call us on 028 9181 3234 to make an appointment to discuss your application for entry into sixth form.

 

Attend the interview

You must bring the following documents to your interview:

  • your birth certificate
  • your examinations result slip
 

Need more information?

For more information, call us on 028 9181 3234 or attend our sixth form open event on Tuesday 21 August 2018 from 2pm.

If you'd like to register your interest in Regent House sixth form before you receive your GCSE results, you can complete our Conditional Application Form.

 

Meet minimum requirements

You must meet the specific requirements for each subject you wish to study. These are set out in the Sixth Form Subject Choice booklet and are summarised on the Curriculum Overview page.

 

Choose one subject from each column

You must be able to choose one subject from at least three of the four columns of subjects offered by the school. See the Sixth Form Subject Choice booklet for full details.

 

Do you have less than 15 GCSE points?

If you have less than 15 GCSE points we recommend you select three AS level subjects.

If you choose to study three AS subjects you cannot drop a subject during the year and you commit to studying these three subjects for two years.

 

Do you have 15 GCSE points or more?

If you have at least 15 points you should select four AS level subjects.

If you choose to study four AS subjects you may choose to drop one of these subjects during year 13.

 

Choose carefully

Consider your subject choices carefully.

If you are in any doubt, seek advice from a member of our Careers Department.