In exams administration you can find information to help you manage your exams, coursework and controlled assessments.

Read our notices below for news and changes that may affect you. You can also see our latest editions of Exams update and stay up to date on our news and how we are supporting education.

January 2015 series results

Results for the January 2015 exam series will be released on Thursday 5 March 2015.

Please visit our about results and results for exams officers pages for the key information you need, including post-results services. 

Teachers can access results on Enhanced Results Analysis (ERA) via e-AQA on results day. For help and guidance on using this analysis tool, please see our ERA pages.

Students and find information and guidance on results day for students.

Ofqual's consultation on the assessment arrangements for the reformed qualifications 

Ofqual has confirmed the assessment arrangements for a number of GCSE, AS and A-level subjects which will be taught from 2016.

You can keep up to date on GCSE and A-level changes and Ofqual's updated timeline for GCSE and A-level  reforms available on its website.

Department for Education (DfE) updated qualifications and discount codes

The DfE have published an updated list of 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 qualifications and discount codes which count in the key stage 4 performance tables on the RAISEonline website.

Estimated grades

To help reduce the administrative burden for teachers and exams officers, from 1 January 2015 we will no longer ask for or publish estimated (forecast) grades. To find out more, please visit our estimated grades pages

GCSE languages 

Ofqual has announced the outcome of its consultation on assessment arrangements for new languages GCSEs which will affect new GCSEs introduced from September 2016.

Speaking and Listening

Ofqual has announced that from summer 2014, Speaking and Listening will no longer count towards final grades in GCSE English and English Language. Please see our frequently asked questions for information about how this change will affect you and your students.