Results are made available to students through the college portal on results day.

Exams results will be released at 6.00am on Thursday 16th August 2018 and Thursday 23rd August 2018 (GCSE).

If students have specific queries about their exam results, or UCAS/Apprenticeship/Art Foundation applications, further support is available on Thursday 16th (8.00am to 3.00pm) or Friday 17th August (9.00am to 3.00pm) where staff will be available to provide guidance in LRC 1. In addition, The Exam Results Helpline, delivered by the National Careers Service is available to provide additional support to students (and their parents) as you receive their exam results.

Callers to the helpline will have direct access to experienced careers advisers who can advise on all the different options available to them. Information, advice and guidance will be available on a wide range of qualifications including A levels, GCSEs, BTECs, Apprenticeships and other vocational options. Other support will be available on topics such as vocational learning routes, university, gap year, moving away from home, re-sits and student finance. The helpline will be available on 0800 100 900 from 8am to 10pm 7 days a week. Calls are free from landlines and most mobile numbers.


Post Results Services Information

Overall subject grades for every student are shown, however only legacy ‘unreformed’ subjects will show the individual UMS marks for each unit. New ‘reformed’ linear AS and A Levels are reported from the exam boards by grade only. BTECS are graded as Pass, Merit or Distinction.

Second​​ y​ear leavers are strongly advised to print or save a copy of their results immediately they are received as they will only be able to access the College Portal until September. Students will need to present their result when enrolling at university, further education college, or when starting a new job so a printed copy is essential as certificates will not be despatched by exam boards until the autumn. If any leaver changes their address between their summer exams and mid October, please notify the college of their new address so certificates can be posted correctly.

For those students who leave before the end of the academic year, arrangements are made to post results first class to the latest address held on the college database. 

​Extra-curricular language results - First year students moving into their second year will have access to the portal continuously so printing results is unnecessary. ​

​If you have a query about results or you need anything explained then please contact the Exam Officer.

Following the publication of results, there are a range of services available to query a result or to obtain exam scripts.

Post Results Service requests should be made and paid for via Wisepay and not via email or over the telephone.

There are charges for all services and strict deadline dates, some very soon after the publication of results. A useful information sheet explaining all services, the circumstances in which they should be used, with important guidance, can be found below.

Providing a personal email address is essential for communications.

Please be aware that coursework or controlled assessments, work that is marked internally and then moderated by an exam board, are not included in Post Results Services. This includes the EPQ (Extended Project Qualification​). If an exam board changes marks through the moderation process, the college is able to query that change by requesting re-moderation, however that would be for a whole cohort not an individual candidate. This would be a college decision.