Hopefully you find the answers to your questions on this page, but if not please contact the Exams Officer
How do I apply for resits?
All resits must be requested and paid for via WisePay, our college online payment system. Your personal online account will show all exams you are entitled to re-sit.
If you have dropped a subject but would still like to re-sit one or more modules to improve your AS grade, you may have to ask the Exam Officer to add those modules to your account.
More detailed information about resits is available in the Assessment & Examination Guide and the dates that WisePay opens and closes can be found using under Key Dates.
Results are available to students via the college portal on the advertised dates.
Students who have left Esher College are advised to print a copy of their results as they will need them to present when enrolling at university, further education college, or when starting a new job. For leavers, access to the portal will be limited to August only. Students moving into their second year will have access to the portal continuously.
I am disappointed with my results – should I get my exam script back and/or get a review?
As soon as results are released the exam boards provide a range of Post Results Services, including obtaining a copy of your exam paper and/or getting a paper remarked.
These services are subject to fees and variable deadline dates. Some deadline dates are very soon after results are published so it is important you take action quickly.
I have left Esher College – Can I come back to do resits?
Currently the college is unable to accommodate ex-students or other private candidates to sit exams. However we may be able to provide advice regarding alternative centres. Please contact us for further information.
I have lost my certificates – what should I do?
If you misplace or lose your certificates you will need to apply direct to the relevant exam board or awarding body for replacements, for which they will charge a fee. Website links and telephone numbers can be found under Exam Board Contact Details
I panic in exams – what should I do?
At Esher College we have excellent and pro-active Learning Support and Pastoral teams, and a College Nurse service to support students. There are workshops on how to manage anxiety and reduce stress, and we have a college Counselling Service that students can access in complete confidence. However, if students are suffering from a diagnosed condition receiving treatment such as Generalised Anxiety Disorder, they should talk to the College Nurse regarding access arrangements.
I was allowed extra time and/or other access arrangements in exams at my last school – what should I do now I am at college?
You should contact our Learning Support department as soon as you start college if you have previously had access arrangements.
We screen all students upon entry and provide further testing where appropriate. Needs can change over time which is why students who had arrangements for GCSEs do not automatically qualify in higher education.
As access arrangements may also be provided for medical and/or psychological reasons you should contact the College Nurse service if this is applicable to you.
The exam timetables for all public exams held in college can be found under Useful Information. You can also check dates for individual subjects via the timetables on the exam board websites.
Students will have access to their personal exam timetable via the college portal once entries have been made in October, for the November GCSEs and February, for the summer examinations.
When can I collect my certificates?
AS’ certificates are available for collection……
The college does not receive certificates for AS or A Level examinations until the end of October/beginning of November following the summer exams. Until then the only proof of results is your printout from the college portal.
Certificates are available for collection on the specific dates. A level certificates will be posted Recorded Delivery to the last address registered on the college database. Once posted the college cannot take responsibility for the successful delivery of certificates. Any certificates returned to the college by Royal mail will be kept for 2 academic years after which they may be destroyed.
Please make sure that you keep your certificates in a safe place as you undoubtedly will be required to produce them as evidence of your qualifications at a later date.