If you have received your A level, AS Level, BTEC, GCSE or other exam results recently, or are the parent or carer of a young person who has, we have compiled a list of resources to help explain exam results and support you with the next steps.
Hopefully, you will have received the results you wanted, but if you haven’t you might be wondering what to do next. You might also think about changing what you wanted to do due to the pandemic.
How will grades be awarded
“The Government has announced that students in England will receive teacher assessed grades for GCSE and A level results this summer.
Students in England will receive centre assessment grades for this week’s GCSE results and last week’s A and AS level results, the Government and Ofqual have confirmed today (17 August).”
How can I get support
The Exam Results Helpline is on hand to help until the 28th August and is free to call on 0800 100 900.
Lines are open from 8am to 10pm, 7 days a week. Calls are free from landlines and most mobile numbers.
Keep an eye out for Facebook ‘live’ Q&A sessions.
You can also tweet their dedication Exam Helpline Twitter Profile
“Inspiring, developing & supporting people and businesses across the UK. Making positive changes through guidance, mentoring and volunteering.”
From Thursday 13th August until the end of August CSW’s experienced advisers will be available to take your calls between 10am – 6pm or respond to on-line queries – contact us on 0800 97 55 111 to take the new path to your future.
The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) regulates qualifications, examinations and assessments in England.
- Your results, what next? Ofqual advice on understanding qualification grades this summer.
- Ofqual guides for post-16 qualification results Summer 2020
- Ofqual BSL signed student guide
- Ofqual – grading in 2020 – information for student video
Careers and Enterprise Company
The #MyChoices broadcasts from The Careers & Enterprise Company. The broadcast covered the following topics…
- Being Prepared and Adding Value
This segment takes you through tips for CV writing, applications, interviews and selection processes.
It explores employability skills, what they are, how to demonstrate and build them through work experience, volunteering and Youth Social Action.
- Decision Making and Finding Support
There is a lot of support out there, but where should you go for advice and how do you make the most of the careers information, advice and guidance you receive?
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