Getting ready for summer 2022 results
This update is to remind you how to access some documents and services that you may need during the results period for A level and GCSE Design and Technology qualifications.
Key dates for results
|Question paper release||5 July 2022|
|Mark schemes release||26 July 2022|
|A level results day||18 August 2022|
|A level examiner reports||23 August 2022|
|GCSE results day||25 August 2022|
|GCSE examiner reports||30 August 2022|
Free access to scripts service
From Results days until 16 December 2022, you will be able to view and download scripts which have been marked online free of charge using our Access to Scripts service.
The Portal can only be accessed by Edexcel Online users who have the Exam Viewer profile ticked on Edexcel Online. Exams officers give teachers access to Exam Viewer.
Scripts do not have examiner annotation on them. The marked script allows teachers to evaluate how the student performed on particular questions in relation to what they have been taught; the Principal Examiner's report and the exemplars that we make available demonstrate how the mark scheme is applied.
If scripts have been marked ‘traditionally’ (i.e. not online), you will need to request them, free of charge, by 16 December 2022, via the Post Results section of Edexcel Online as in previous exam series.
Candidate consent is required before requesting script copies, as per section 4.2 of the JCQ's Post-results services guide. Candidate consent can only be obtained after results have been published.
JCQ post results services guide
ResultsPlus is a free online results analysis tool for teachers that gives you a detailed breakdown of your students’ performance in Pearson Edexcel exams. It provides the most detailed analysis available of your students’ performance and helps you to identify topics and skills where your students could benefit from further learning, helping them gain a deeper understanding of their subject.
From results day you can download centre-specific moderator feedback for the Non-Examined Assessment (NEA) component of the qualification. To find out how to do this please read the guidance below.
Your moderator writes a report to explain where it was necessary to adjust your centre’s marks. Where possible, your moderator advises you on how you could make improvements for future series.
You can find these on Edexcel Online. Please speak to your examinations officer if you don't have access to Edexcel Online.
Watch our short video on how to find your Moderator Report.
Principal Moderator/Examiner Report
The Principal Moderator or Examiner also compiles a report on how candidates performed in this year’s examinations. It provides general feedback and highlights good approaches that can be taken forward to future examination series.
You can find these reports on ResultsPlus. Please speak to your examinations officer if you don't have access to ResultsPlus.
Watch our short video on how to find the Principal Moderator/Examiner Report.
Reviews of moderation and marking (RoMM)
If you're a centre with a concern about a student's results, you can use our post-results services. We have details about these services and their cost online.
Visit the RoMM pages for more information
Post results fees
Details of all updated fees for our post results services from 1 August 2019 can be found online.
On results days, you will be able to access the series grade boundaires from the link below.
Post results services deadlines
|RoMM service 1,2,3||29 September 2022|
|RoMM service P2 for A level||25 August 2022|
|RoMM service P2 for GCSE
||1 September 2022|
|Access to Scripts Post Review of Marking (ATSPE)||29 September 2022|
|Access to Scripts Original (ATSO)||29 September 2022|
|Access To Scripts Copy (ATSC)||16 December 2022|
How to apply for post-results services
Please speak to your exams officer if you wish to proceed with a review of marking or moderation. Exams officers should contact their Centre Account Specialist on 0344 463 2535 if they require guidance or view the video below. All applications for reviews of marking must be submitted through Edexcel Online.
If you are dissatisfied with the outcome of a review of marking, you may wish to appeal against the decision. We will allow the head of centre (or designated member of the centre’s senior management team or examinations manager) 30 calendar days from the receipt of the outcome of the review of marking, during which an appeal may be lodged by sending an email to the following address:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further guidance on appeals here
Applications for appeals may only be accepted from a head of centre (on behalf of a candidate or a group of candidates) or private candidates.
Ofqual blog updates
Below links will take you to some useful results days information from Ofqual.
Exam results 2022: 10 things to know about GCSE, AS and A level grades
How can you feel prepared for results day?