How do I find out what my GCSE results were?

How do I find out what my GCSE results were?

The only way that you will be able to come across this information is by contacting the school which you sat your GCSEs at. In order to get the information that you need, you should tell your school which year you left, as well as which subjects you took.

Are GCSE results kept on record?

In short, GCSEs are valid and held on record for life. Schools are required to keep GCSE certificates for at least 12 months after having received them from the exam boards – they may or may not decide to keep the results after this period is over.

What happens if you don’t get the grades for sixth form?

Contacting your chosen college or sixth form If your grades are too low to get into your chosen sixth form or college, it may still be worth getting in touch to see if they may still offer you a place. They may even allow you to transfer to a similar course or provide information on other colleges.

Do year 10 get GCSE results?

For learners in Year 10 who were due to sit units to complete their GCSE qualification this summer, they will be issued a grade following the same process we outlined last week for Year 11 GCSE learners. Their final grade will be the best grade awarded from either option.

Are Year 10s getting predicted grades?

Students in Year 10, in most subjects, are now working towards Grade 9 – 1. The table below shows how the former GCSE grade equates to the new 9-1 grades. The target grade set is based on the KS2 data and other contextual information of your son or daughter.

Will Year 10 do GCSE exams in 2021?

Summer exams will not “go ahead as normal” this year, the prime minister said tonight after announcing schools and colleges will close to most students from tomorrow.

Are Year 10 doing exams?

This means that year 10 exams in 2021 are part of the build-up GCSE exams in 2022 and should be taken seriously – particularly as a way to consolidate lockdown learning during year 10.

Will there be GCSEs in 2022?

A Department for Education spokesperson said: “We intend exams to go ahead in 2022, as well as vocational and technical qualifications. “We are currently considering what more we can do to ensure fairness and the right level of support for pupils, and we will provide further details shortly.”

Will GCSE go ahead in 2022?

Next year’s A-levels and GCSEs in England are likely to face “adjustments” to be fairer to pupils disrupted by the pandemic, the education secretary has told MPs. Gavin Williamson said exams in 2022 would need to be altered so that pupils would not be at a disadvantage.

Will students sit exams in 2021?

Formal exams will not take place this year. However, the exam boards will be providing assessment papers that teachers may choose to use. This could be short papers or questions on specific topics rather than full exam papers. These will be provided to schools and colleges by the end of March.

Are exams still happening 2021?

Exams 2021: How will my grades be assessed this year? Exams have been cancelled for the second year running due to the impact caused by coronavirus.

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