|GCSE November 2020 Results Day for English Language, Welsh Language and Mathematics||14 January 2021|
|GCSE November 2020 Results Day for all other subjects||11 February 2021|
|AS/A Level Results Day||24 August 2021|
|GCSE Results Day||27 August 2021|
Results Day is a big day for learners, but it’s important to stay relaxed and to keep things in perspective. Whether you’re collecting your GCSE or A level results – remember that you’ll have a range of options and pathways available to you, whatever your grades!
Be sure to check back to this page for all the latest information as we get closer to Results Day. For now, this handy ‘Guide to Results’ will give you a good insight into what to expect on the big day.
Grade Boundaries are the minimum number of marks needed to achieve each grade. While we make sure exam papers are written to the same level of difficulty; they do vary every year.
After you’ve finished your exams, grade boundaries for every subject are set by an experienced team of experts – including senior examiners. These are then approved by the regulator.
Having grade boundaries ensures that whenever the exam is sat, learners will always receive the same grade for the same level of performance. You can read more about grade boundaries in our ‘Guide to Results’.
You can access grade boundaries on our website from 8am on Results Day – so watch this space!