Edexcel GCSE Music: June 2018 update
Read the latest information on Edexcel GCSE Music, including key dates and training events. This update will also cover details on preparing for results day.
Summer 2018 results
The question papers from this summer's assessments will be online and available to download from 3 July and the mark schemes will be available online from 24 July. From results day you can download centre-specific moderator feedback for all your coursework and controlled assessment units. To find out how to do this please read the guidance below.
Moderator Report (E9)
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.
ResultsPlus is a free online results analysis tool for teachers that gives you a detailed breakdown of your students’ performance in 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.
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.
Enquiries about results (EAR)
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 Enquiries about results pages
Access to scripts
After the summer 2018 results are published in August, centres will be able to view and download scripts which have been marked online free of charge from our Self-Service Portal via Edexcel Online.
The Self-Service Portal will be available until the final post-results deadline for each exam series:
- Thursday 23 August - Friday 14 December 2018
Customers should save and/or print any scripts they need for teaching and learning purposes before the post-results deadline.
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), centres will have to request them via the Post Results section of Edexcel Online as in previous exam series.
These scripts will also be free of charge, but the final dates to request them are the same as the published JCQ Access to Scripts deadlines.
Visit the Access to scripts pages
Post results fees
Details of all updated fees for our post results services from 1 August 2018 can be found online.
See Post results fees from 1 August 2018
Get an overview of how we mark assessments and consistently award grades that fairly reflect a learner's performance. This includes setting grade boundaries.
Visit the Understanding marks pages
We now have dates available for training events for coursework marking training of performing and composing.
Book a place on a training event
|22 August 2018||Results available to centres through Edexcel Online|
|23 August 2018||Results released to candidates|
|1 September 2018||Briefs for 1MU0/02 released online for assessment in summer 2019|
|20 September 2018||EAR1, EAR2 and EAR3 deadline|
|20 September 2018||Access To Scripts Post Review of Marking (ATSPE) deadline|
|27 September 2018||Access To Scripts Original (ATSO) deadline|
|14 December 2018||Access To Scripts Copy (ATSC) deadline|