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RESULTS DAY 2020

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE OFQUAL LETTER TO STUDENTS - 3RD APRIL 2020

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE STUDENT & PARENT GUIDANCE FROM OFQUAL FOR THE 2020 EXAMS - 3RD APRIL 2020 

Results will be issued as follows:

A-Level/BTEC Level 3 results issued to students : 13th August 2020 

 

GCSE/BTEC Level 1/2 results issued to students : 20th August 2020

 

If you are away from the area on results day and / or cannot collect your results in person, click here to find out how to get your results. Click here for Results Collection form

 

Post Results Services :

When results are released the Exam Boards allow a few weeks for students or teachers to request 'Reviews of Results' (RoR) and 'Access to Scripts' (ATS). Post Results Services incur a charge which students usually have to cover. For clerical checks and reviews of results, the fee will not be charged if subject grades are amended, whether upwards or downwards.

Before submitting a request for a review of marking, please be aware that awarded grades can go up as well as down, or remain the same. All requests must be submitted through the Exams Office at Rivington and Blackrod High School on the Post-results services request, consent and payment form RBHS.  Click Here to access the form.

 

Please see the below the fees for the Post Results Services for the June 18 exams:

GCE A-Level Table of Fees - Click Here

BTEC Table of Fees - Click Here                      

GCSE Table of Fees - Click Here                   

 

Certificates :

Certificates are issued when a GCSE/A-Level/BTEC/National course has been completed in full. Certificates are not issued where a 'U' grade is awarded.

Each Awarding Body issues their own certificates to the school once all Reviews of Results have been completed, which is usually a couple of months after the results day. We are only legally obliged to hold these certificates for 12 months.

 The certificates will be available for collection from school from Wednesday 11th November 2020. As a candidate you must bring identification.

If you are not able to collect in person you may authorise the school to issue the certificate to your representative. You must inform the school in advance and your representative must bring photo identification. You should use the Candidate Permission form. Click Here to access the form