Examination results days for 2021/22 are
18 August 2022
18 August 2022
25 August 2022
Please note the arrangements for issuing results have been revised from the original plans.
|Examination Board Post-Results Services 2021|
The examination boards offer various services for candidates unhappy with the outcome of examinations. Strict deadlines apply and will be detailed on the request forms.
Normal Post-Results Services don’t apply to Summer 2021, due to the cancellation of exams. However there is a two stage TAG Appeal Process for candidates who believe there is an error in their results. The school process and deadlines are detailed in the Important Post Results Information document below (this will also be enclosed in Results envelopes).
Further detail and guidance from JCQ and Ofqual can be found here:
|Autumn 2021 re-takes|
If you are unhappy with your Summer 2021 result(s), there is the option to enter for re-takes in the additional Autumn 2021 exam series. The Autumn series only includes exams for A Level and GCSE subjects, and for AS Level Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Physics. FSMQ is not available. Re-take forms are available to download below.
AS/A Level exams are timetabled between 4 October and 22 October; school deadline for return of re-take forms is midday on 6 September.
GCSE exams are timetabled between 1 November and 3 December; school deadline for return of re-take forms is 24 September.
These are very strict deadlines.
Timetables are available on exam board websites. Please note: the Autumn series will be based on written exams only (except for the Externally Set Task for Art & Design). The design, content and assessment of these papers will be the same as they would have been in Summer 2021 had exams taken place. Endorsement grades will be carried forward.
Summer 2021 certificates will be available late in the Autumn Term.
Autumn 2020, Summer 2020 and Summer 2019 Certificates for leavers are currently able to be collected from school. For further details see document below.
Exam board regulations allow certificates not collected within twelve months to be destroyed.
Please note that you are required to sign to confirm that you have received your certificates and that they are correct. If you are unable to collect your certificates yourself you will need to give authority for someone else to collect and check them on your behalf. This may be a letter addressed to Mrs Dixon or an email to email@example.com stating who will collect your certificates. The person collecting the certificates should bring evidence of their identity when collecting the certificates.Certificates for students still attending St.Olave’s are distributed via Form Tutors