About the survey

Dear Head of Department,

This research is being carried out by the Research Division at Cambridge Assessment, a department of the University of Cambridge and the parent organisation of OCR/Cambridge International Examinations.

We are researching how the government’s reforms to AS and A levels have affected what schools/colleges offer to their students.  We would be grateful if you could complete the following survey, which should take approximately 15 minutes.  Your responses will help us gain a better understanding of the impact on you and your school.

All the information you provide will be treated confidentially and handled by the research team in accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act.  There is more information below on how we use your responses.  If you have any questions, please contact us using the email address provided.

On completion of the questionnaire, you will have the option of entering a prize draw for a £100 Amazon voucher.

* To proceed to the questionnaire, please tick the box below.

Thank you for participating in this research,

Sylvia Vitello
Research Officer
Cambridge Assessment
Joanna Williamson
Research Officer
Cambridge Assessment

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Participation is voluntary and you are free to withdraw at any time without giving a reason. Any data used in reports to members of the Cambridge Assessment Group and/or in the public domain will be anonymised.  
We do not record your IP address and your responses are transmitted using SSL encryption.  If we ask you to provide contact details, we will only contact you for the purpose stated.  The Research Division will not share your contact details or any other identifying information within Cambridge Assessment or with external organisations.
The questionnaire will close on 31st May. If you wish to be entered for the prize draw, you must give your name and an email address.  Only one entry is allowed per person.
5% of survey complete.