Whether you are a teacher, exams officer or a student you can find information here about your results and what to do next. Exam results for individual students are not available here.
Watch our video to find out how students' work turns into grades.
When are results published?
Results are usually available to students from 6.00am on results days as shown in the table below. If you are a student, your school or college will let you know when to collect your results.
|Exam series||Results released via A2C (EDI),
e-AQA and available on ERA for exams office staff only.
GCSE English/English Language and Mathematics units and awards.
Extended Project Qualifications
Wednesday 8 January 2014
Thursday 9 January 2014
On results day
What happens on results day?
On results day, students receive a printed Candidate Statement of Provisional Results (results slip). This includes all subjects and units taken, with the grade and UMS score achieved for each.
Depending on the exams taken, students can receive either one statement that includes provisional results for all their exams or statements from each exam board whose exams they sat.
Here you can see an example of the Candidate Statement of Provisional Results (results slip) that only shows exams taken with us.
These results are provisional to allow:
- time to resolve any issues such as late award claims or pending results (shown as Q)
- for any changes from enquiries about results (EaRs) such as re-marks.
Late awards (aggregation or cashing-in)
If you are expecting to see an overall grade and the results slip only shows the unit results, then you need to aggregate (cash-in) for a late award.
Students who took the required units but were not entered for certification may request a late award (late aggregation/late cash-in) of a subject grade through the exams officer at their school/college. Those wishing to re-grade an award must have taken or re-taken at least one unit since their last subject award.
We regularly update UCAS with results files following results day, so any grade changes will be shown.
More information is available under results for exams officers.
Final results are recorded on certificates issued around eight weeks after results days.
On A-level results day, students can find out via the UCAS Track Service if they have gained a place at university. Schools/colleges can log onto the UCAS Adviser Track Service to see which of their students were successful.