All the materials we publish are protected by copyright legislation. However, we allow OCR centres to access our materials for some purposes and in certain contexts. Please read more below.
This policy covers all material published by OCR, whether in print, on CD-ROM or digitally on the OCR website, our secure website, Interchange and all other secure sites.
If you have any queries regarding our copyright policy, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
You must not distribute, publish or discuss on any social media platforms (such as Twitter), external websites or intranets, any live assessment materials which are marked confidential or which by their nature are deemed confidential. For example, pre-release materials for live examinations, which are available to download from Interchange.
If you are from an approved OCR centre, you don’t need to apply for permission to reproduce past question papers or mark schemes, as long as you observe the following conditions:
You are not permitted to reproduce any examination questions from the following examinations:
Some question papers contain material copyrighted by third parties. This will be clearly indicated on the question paper or in a separate copyright acknowledgement booklet. In some cases, copyright owners may not have given permission for OCR to use the material beyond the original examination and so these papers will have the third party content removed.
Music and language CDs and files must not be copied or digitised.
You may publish OCR materials including past papers, mark schemes, specifications and handbooks onto your centre’s intranet or virtual learning environment (VLEs) as long as you observe the following conditions:
If you would like to reproduce our material, please email our Publisher Relationship Manager at email@example.com