Exam Entries Timetables Results
Soon after Exam Entry Deadline has passed, we will issue personal timetables. We will ensure to list out all your personal details, candidate number, centre number, exam date, exam papers, start time and duration. Exam Entries Timetables Results are important and need to be checked. Awarding Body timetables are also available online:
University of London (International Programmes) (Please note that start times are 9:30 and 13:30 at our centre).
Why not try our FAQ section if you have any questions?
Information About Results
JCQ Results Summer 2020.
Our Deadline for all appeals, for all Awarding Bodies is the 3rd September 2020.
Pearson Edexcel, AQA, OCR & WJEC Candidates –
Due to the unprecedented Summer 2020 season, we have been able to provide “Centre Assessed Grades” for our candidates. Because this process is new, the enquiries about results and appeals will follow a different route this year.
You can only appeal if you believe there has been an error in the process.
- You believe we have made a mistake with your results?
You can ask us to check for ‘internal’ administration errors in respect of submitting a centre assessed grade and/or rank order information. Where an error is identified we will submit an appeal to the Awarding body.
The fee for this process is: £20 per subject – quote code: JCQ Appeal 1 (CAG)
This fee will be refunded if an error is found.
- You believe there has been bias/discrimination, malpractice, or maladministration?
If you have concerns, supported by evidence, about bias, discrimination, malpractice, maladministration or any other factor that suggests we did not behave with care or integrity when determining the centre assessed grade and/or rank order we can appeal to the Awarding body on your behalf.
There will be fees for this which will follow as soon as the Awarding Bodies have published them.
This fee will be refunded if your grading is changed by the Awarding Body.
Ofqual have quoted “We know many students wanted to be able to challenge their centre assessment grades if they were unhappy with them, but we judged this could not be done consistently and fairly. Any appeal would have to be done by someone better placed than our tutors to judge your likely grade if exams had taken place – as exams were cancelled, we do not think there is such a person. And because of the role of the rank order in grading this year, an appeal would affect other students: if one student successfully appealed against their position in the rank order, it could mean that other students’ grades were lowered”. You cannot appeal your grade because you do not agree with the centre assessment grade or rank order position submitted us. If you would like an opportunity to improve your grade, you can choose to sit exams in the autumn series instead.
You think you would have done better if you had sat the exams?
Appealing your grade because you think you would have done better in your exams is not an option. If you would prefer to take exams you can do so in the autumn series. Please contact us for further information.
How to appeal –
- Firstly, you must make sure that you are clear on what basis you can appeal your result. You cannot appeal just because you do not agree with the grade you received.
You can only appeal if you believe there has been an error in the process or you believe there has been bias/discrimination, malpractice, or maladministration.
- Contact your centre via email if you believe there has been an error within the process. Exam Centre details –
- Please bear in mind before beginning the appeal process, your grade can also, decrease, or stay the same. If someone else in your cohort appeals their grade and the exam board finds an issue that affects other students’ results, your grade is protected and will not go down if the appeal was not made on your behalf.
- If you have concerns about bias, discrimination or something else that suggests that we did not behave with care or integrity when determining centre assessment grade or rank order information, you should first raise these concerns with ourselves, this will go through our formal complaints procedure.