Edexcel International A levels
If you're not happy with your International Advanced Level results, there are several options available to you. Find out about our review of marking service and how to get a copy of your exam paper, and read the answers to FAQs about post-results services.
Select from the tabs below to find out more about how to:
- get the marking of your work reviewed
- get a copy of your marked work
Can I get the marking of my exam paper checked?
Yes. Quality assurance procedures are in place throughout every stage of the exam cycle, but if you're concerned that your grade is wrong, you can ask us to perform additional checks.
If you'd like to request one of our 'Reviews of marking and moderation' (RoMM) services previously known as 'Enquiries about results' (EAR) services, you'll need to speak to the exams officer at your school or college, who will ask us to review the marking of your question paper on your behalf.
When will I get the result?
The table below shows when you can expect an outcome. For information about deadlines and fees, see:
|Service||How long will it take?|
|Priority review of marking (Service P2)
||Up to 15 days|
|Review of marking (Service 2)||Up to 20 days|
|Clerical check (Service 1)
||Up to 10 days|
Can I resit an exam for an Edexcel International A level unit?
Edexcel International A Level units (beginning with a 'W')
You can redo any Edexcel International Advanced Level unit, but we'll only consider your two most recent attempts when determining your best result.
If you already have an overall grade for your qualification, you'll need to cash in again to ensure we recalculate your grade.
Banked Edexcel GCE A level and transitional units (beginning with a '6')
If you completed an Edexcel GCE A level unit before September 2013, you can use the mark you were awarded towards your Edexcel International Advanced Level result.
A level units completed after September 2013 can't be used towards your International Advanced Level, so if you want to improve the result of a banked unit, you'll either need to retake it as part of an A level or take the International Advanced Level version of the unit.
In January 2014 we offered transition units which began with a six and contained an 'A' as either the fourth or fifth character (e.g. 6BIA1 or 6663A). These units will not be available again and therefore you won't be able to resit these exams or resubmit coursework for these units.