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    So I am taking Film Studies currently at AS-level. I think my exam board is WJEC.
    Part of our coursework is to create a "storyboard" using photographic stills to show that we understand cinematics and can create a conventional story in film format.

    Here's my question- when is the deadline for this coursework officially (and all the film coursework). I ask this because if I have more time I would like to finalize my work.

    The WJEC website says that the "Deadline for making Final Entries, Summer 2016 examinations" is tomorrow, so my teacher would have to admit my work in its current state. However the site also says "InternalAssessmentSubmissio n" of "FM1 and FM3 samples to be submitted to your moderator" by the 15th of May."

    So does anyone know when my coursework for film studies AS level ACTUALLY needs to be in- Thank you for any help
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    (Original post by Northseakraken)
    So I am taking Film Studies currently at AS-level. I think my exam board is WJEC.
    Part of our coursework is to create a "storyboard" using photographic stills to show that we understand cinematics and can create a conventional story in film format.

    Here's my question- when is the deadline for this coursework officially (and all the film coursework). I ask this because if I have more time I would like to finalize my work.

    The WJEC website says that the "Deadline for making Final Entries, Summer 2016 examinations" is tomorrow, so my teacher would have to admit my work in its current state. However the site also says "InternalAssessmentSubmissio n" of "FM1 and FM3 samples to be submitted to your moderator" by the 15th of May."

    So does anyone know when my coursework for film studies AS level ACTUALLY needs to be in- Thank you for any help
    WJEC have said centres (i.e. your college or sixth form) have to submit all work by May 1st so I'd say you're looking at now until the end April as your window of opportunity to improve your work. Discuss it with your teacher to be sure. They'll be happy to help, no doubt.
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    (Original post by Northseakraken)
    So I am taking Film Studies currently at AS-level. I think my exam board is WJEC.
    Part of our coursework is to create a "storyboard" using photographic stills to show that we understand cinematics and can create a conventional story in film format.

    Here's my question- when is the deadline for this coursework officially (and all the film coursework). I ask this because if I have more time I would like to finalize my work.

    The WJEC website says that the "Deadline for making Final Entries, Summer 2016 examinations" is tomorrow, so my teacher would have to admit my work in its current state. However the site also says "InternalAssessmentSubmissio n" of "FM1 and FM3 samples to be submitted to your moderator" by the 15th of May."

    So does anyone know when my coursework for film studies AS level ACTUALLY needs to be in- Thank you for any help
    The marked, internally moderated work has to reach WJEC by 15 May. However, if your school has given you a deadline then you should meet it and not consider that you can submit it late. Teachers have a load of other things to do, and quite likely lots of other sets of work to mark and internally moderate inn time for the deadline and it is not possible to accept everyone's at the last minute.
 
 
 
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