When did GCSE results come out in 2015?

When did GCSE results come out in 2015?

August, 20 2015
This year, GCSE results will be released on Thursday August, 20 2015 . You could receive your results by going to pick them up from your school in person, or they may be sent out to you in the post. Check with your school to find out how you will get them on the day.

Do GCSE results expire?

The short answer is that GCSE qualifications do not expire – neither do any other qualifications such as A-Levels and degrees. There is also no expiration date on your GCSE certificates meaning that the proof of qualification lasts forever too.

Who has the best GCSE results ever?

Amongst the top performers were Hugh Grindon with 13 straight A* grades, and four pupils who received 12 straight A* grades: Robert Cootes, Kirstin Gordon, Flo Rooney, and Eldar Safarov.

What week in August are GCSE results?

Pupils in the UK and abroad are awaiting their grades in what is a different A-Level and GCSE exam results week this year. A-Level results were released at 8.30am BST on Tuesday, August 10 with students able to access results from then. GCSE results will be available from around 8am BST on Thursday, August 12.

WHEN WAS A level results day 2017?

17 August, 2017
Today’s (17 August, 2017) A level results show: The overall UK pass rate (A* to E) has remained stable since 2009, and is 97.9% for 2017.

Are GCSE void after 5 years?

Unlike a few other qualifications, GCSEs remain valid throughout your entire life. You can be asked about your GCSE grades at any stage of your career by any employer or organisation. However, they are more likely to do this if you are applying shortly after your GCSEs or A-levels.

Do colleges check GCSE results?

Yes and no. When you apply for university, the only qualifications you’re likely to have are GCSEs. Universities won’t admit you on GCSEs alone, they’ll require A levels or IB or BTEC, etc. But you won’t have those results until after you’ve applied.

What does D2 mean in grades?

Secure grade D
D2 = Secure grade D.

Why are GCSE results so different this year?

Overall GCSE results this year are little changed. That is because Ofqual, the qualifications watchdog, intends it to be so. Through the exam boards, Ofqual smoothes out the pass rates, adjusting for differences between candidate cohorts to give the appearance of a period of stability between two decades of inflation and the upheaval that awaits.

How do you congratulate a student on their GCSE results?

Congratulations to all students who received their GCSE results today and whatever the grades, there are a host of options open to them and they should calmly assess their personal situation, look at what they want to achieve and decide on the best route for them.

How do I get proof of my GCSE grades?

Once you know which exam boards your school used for each of your subjects, you can start contacting the exam boards that you need proof of qualification from. Below, you can find a list of the 5 exam boards which are used in the UK, each linked to the website where you can request proof of GCSE grades:

How many students re-sitting GCSE English and Maths this year?

Colleges supported an increased number of young people re-sitting GCSE English and maths this year with a third of students over 17-years-old achieving an A* to C grade. This is a great result for those thousands of students who’ve spent time re-sitting these exams.