Results for students and parents

June 2018

You can collect your June 2018 results from your school or college.

AS/A level, AEA, Edexcel Award Level 3, EPQ, Mathematics in Context, *BTEC (Level 3):

  • Results released to schools and colleges on Wednesday 15 August 2018
  • Results released to candidates from 6 a.m. on Thursday 16 August 2018

GCSE, International GCSE, Edexcel Certificates, Digital Applications (CIDA/DIDA), Project Level 1 & 2, Edexcel Award Level 1 & 2, ELC(A), *BTEC (Level 2):

  • Results released to schools and colleges on Wednesday 22 August 2018 
  • Results released to candidates from 6 a.m. on Thursday 23 August 2018
*Please note that BTEC results can be issued to candidates on the same day they are released to schools and colleges.

Free access to exam scripts

This year, Pearson will continue to offer our free online service to centres that will allow them to download copies of exam scripts. To take advantage of ​this new​ ​service​, speak to your school or college who will ​be able to ​process this request for you.

Online results

ResultsPlus Direct is a free online service that gives students a detailed breakdown of their performance in Edexcel exams.

Your exams officer needs to have already registered you for ResultsPlus Direct. However, if you aren't registered, don't worry as you can still collect your results from your school or college in the normal way.

Results are released to students on ResultsPlus Direct from 9am on results days. 

Student login to ResultsPlus Direct

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Results information

Grade boundaries

Grade boundaries (and pass marks) indicate the minimum marks needed to achieve a certain grade.

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Replacement certificates

Request a replacement certificate or find out how to send your results directly to a University, employer or agency. 

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GCSE and BTEC results

GCSE Understanding 9-1
BTEC Result

Mark conversion

Download our BTEC grade calculator and Edexcel UMS mark converter and get tips on how to use these tools.

Converting marks, points & grades

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