Understanding your results in 2020
Update (28 August): We have a further update on BTEC grade review and awarding. Please read the update.
Update (21 August): We now have more information to share with you about BTEC results. Please read the update on BTEC grade award timings.
Update (19 August 2020):
Following our communication yesterday on dates for results, we are pleased to confirm that results are now available to centres for GCE, International AS/A Level, GCSE and International GCSE.
- For all GCE qualifications, results are available via A2C and Edexcel Online, with Results Reports available in mailboxes.
- For all GCSE and International GCSE qualifications, results are available via A2C and Edexcel Online, and pre-populated and downloadable CSPR and Broadsheet Results Reports are being updated and will be available later today.
- For International AS/A level, results are available from 13:30 (BST) today via A2C and Edexcel Online, and centres can let their students know immediately.
Pre-populated and downloadable Candidate Statement of Provisional Results (CSPR) and Broadsheets Results Reports will be available to centres by tomorrow, 20 August 2020.
Update (18 August): Following yesterday’s Ofqual announcement, JCQ have just confirmed that all schools and colleges will receive their GCSE results according to the published time of 00:01 on Wednesday 19 August, allowing students to receive their final grades on Thursday 20 August.
International GCSE results will also publish at the same time as GCSE, allowing students to receive their grades on Thursday 20 August. AS and A level results will be available to centres during Wednesday 19 August, allowing centres to confirm these results immediately to students.
We will provide a further update on timing of results for International AS / A level results as soon as possible, and these will be available to centres no later than the end of this week.
Results for all suites listed above will be available to access via A2C and Edexcel Online.
Confused by your results slip? In these pages, we explain how our qualifications are marked and graded in 2020. Select the qualification you're interested in to find out more: