Results and certificates
All students, including private candidates, receive or collect their results and certificates from the school or college where they sat their exams. Talk to the exams officer about what arrangements are in place at your accommodating school or college.
We do not issue results to any students. You can only get these from your school or college.
Results for A-levels, FSMQ and Functional Skills qualifications are sent to the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).
If you have completed all the units required but have not been entered for the overall subject award, please speak to your exams officer who may be able to enter you for a late award. This applies to modular AS, A-level and Functional Skills qualifications only.
Certificates will be sent to the school or college where you took your exams.
You need to collect your certificate from the school or college, or arrange for the certificate to be sent to you. Certificates are usually available three months after you received your results. You will not receive a certificate if you have not entered for the subject award or if you have received an Unclassified (U) grade. Any subject that a student receives a U, Q or X result for will not appear on the certificate.
More information about lost certificates or changes to your certificate is available under past results.
General advice about results day
You may also find it helpful to read our guide to results days. This explains what you need to know about results day, post-results services, how to understand your results slip and other helpful information and advice.
Enquiries about results (EAR)
If you wish to query your results, see post-results services to find out what services are available.
- Speak to your exams officer who can request an exam script, apply for a review of marking, or make an appeal on your behalf.
- Detailed information about the EAR process is also available on JCQ post-results services.