Information for schools and colleges on how to record and submit marks for centre-assessed work.
Informing students of their centre-assessed marks
Students must be told the mark given by their school or college for a centre-assessed component. Schools and colleges are required to have a process in place for students to appeal their marks. This process must be completed before submitting marks to us, which must take place by the published deadline.
More guidance is available on the non-exam assessment page of the JCQ website.
Deadlines for mark submission
The deadlines for submitting marks are summarised in the table below, or see our deadlines finder.
You won’t be able to view any marks submitted using EDI on our system until e-Subs opens.
|Exam series||Series code||e-Subs opens||Submission deadline|
|November AS and A-level||BA21||1 October 2021||22 October 2021|
|November GCSE Other||BB21||15 October 2021||5 November 2021|
|November GCSE English and EPQ||BG21||15 October 2021||5 November 2021|
|January||1A22||12 November 2021 (provisional)||10 January 2022 (provisional)|
|March||3G22||28 January 2022 (provisional)||21 February 2022 (provisional)|
How to submit marks
For most subjects you’ll need to submit marks online, using either e-AQA Centre Marks Submission (e-Subs) or Electronic Data Interchange (EDI).
There are some exceptions, including GCSE, AS and A-level Physical Education. See these pages for more information:
- Find out more about how to submit marks online (including subject exceptions).
- How to submit PE spreadsheets.
In addition to submitting marks, you still need to send us your students' work.
However you submit, please help us to ensure your students' results are accurate. Make sure you check that:
- the mark totals are correct on the candidate record form
- for each student, the total mark from the candidate record form is correctly submitted online.
Our Exams Officer Services team is available on:
- 0800 197 7162 (or +44 161 696 5995 from outside the UK)