A level results day 2014
Here you'll find a variety of information and links to support you in accessing and interpreting your results on results day.
A level results day is on 14 August 2014
Schools and colleges expecting results for GCE A level Applied ICT on 14 August may find the following information useful.
Part 1: Understanding your results
Examined units: 6953/6957/6959
On results day, you can access the examiner reports for the above units from GCE in Applied ICT.
Select 'Examiner Reports' from the document list and refine your search to show 'June 2014'.
If you've submitted coursework in the summer 2014 series, your moderator will have written a report providing you with general feedback on your marking and administration.
On results day, you can download the grade boundaries for all GCE Applied ICT units. Grade boundaries indicate the minimum marks needed to achieve a certain grade and can be downloaded from the A level grade boundaries page.
UMS stands for Uniform Mark Scale. The UMS is used to convert candidates' component raw marks into uniform marks. This is done in order to standardise marks from year to year. You can use our UMS calculator to help you convert your marks and find more guidance on UMS and the awarding process.
Part 2: Enquiring about results
If you're concerned about learners' results, we offer a range of services to support you. Enquiries about results (EARs) are made via Edexcel Online and you can consult your exams officer for advice on the process if you wish. The range of EAR services available are listed below along with deadlines for last applications.
Is a university place at risk?
EAR Priority 2 is a review of the original marking by a senior examiner and includes a clerical check. We aim to complete the enquiry in 18 days. There will be no annotation in the body of the script.
|EAR1||EAR Service 1 is only a clerical check to ensure that each question has been marked and all of the marks totalled correctly. The scripts will not be re-marked using this service. We aim to complete the enquiry in 20 days.||20 September
|EAR2||EAR Service 2 is a review of the original marking by a senior examiner and includes a clerical check. We aim to complete the enquiry in 30 days. There will be no annotation in the body of the script.||20 September
|EAR3||EAR Service 3 is a review of the original moderation of internal assessment to ensure that any adjustments made by the moderator were fair and appropriate. We aim to complete the enquiry in 40 days.||20 September||£154.50 minimum (up to five candidates) and £15.50 for each additional candidate.|
You can read more about all the results services we offer on our EAR page.