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Are you due to receive your exam results this year? Find out all you need to know.

When will I receive my GCSE or Level 3 results?

     

Awarding Body

Subject

Results Day

AQA

GCSE Maths/English

12 August 2021

NCFE

Level 3

10 August 2021

NCFE

Level 2

12 August 2021

Pearson

Level 3

10 August 2021

Pearson

Level 2

12 August 2021

UAL

Level 3

10 August 2021

UAL

Level 2

12 August 2021

Where can I collect my results slip(s)?

The college e-mails results to students from 9am on Results Day. You will receive a separate e-mail for each qualification you have completed.

If you believe the college does not have your current e-mail address, please contact customer service to update your details, including your full name and learner reference number.

Students can collect their results slips on the 10th and 12th of August from the college hair salon.
•10th of August – Level 3 results collection - surnames A – M – 09:30 – 11:00
•10th of August – Level 3 results collection - surnames N – Z – 09:30 – 11:00

•12th of August – GCSE /Level 2 Results collection – surnames A – M – 09:30 – 11:00
•12th of August – GCSE /Level 2 Results collection – surnames N – Z - 11:00 – 13:00

I am nervous. What should I do? 

Feeling apprehensive, worried or anxious about your exam results is normal. We have all been there and for many of you, these results will influence what you do next – the course, college, university, or job you want to pursue. It’s totally understandable and normal for you to feel anxious. 

  1. Remember that no matter what result you get, the college will help and support you in getting on the right track. There will be members of staff on campus that will be there tor you. If you are worried about your results and don't know what to do next, please speak to a member of staff. A problem shared, is a problem half-solved!
  2. Speak to your fellow peers. Tell them how you feel. Sometimes reassurance is just what we need to take us away from our worries. Even when you begin to doubt your hard work, your peers can remind you that you shouldn't. 
  3.  Take your mind off results day by occupying your mind with something else. Try to be as active as possible. Remember, you're still on your summer break and you have every reason to make the most of it. Try different cuisines, have a fun day out to the park with your family or friends - you could bring card games or do a mini sports day, hit up your local events.  

What do I do next? 

That's entirely up to you! You are free to use your qualification to progress unto another course in the college, you can use your qualification to find employment, pursue your personal ventures. The list is endless. We are proud of your achievement and wish you the best of luck either way. 

I need more information

Please visit our exam page for more information and updates.

Best of luck!

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