Find out more about your Edexcel Project qualification results, and read the answers to some frequently asked questions.
|Exam session||Results released||Certificates sent to schools and colleges by:|
Level 1 and 2
|Centres: Wednesday 21 August 2019||Thursday 7 November 2019|
|Students: Thursday 22 August 2019|
|Centres: Wednesday 14 August 2019||Thursday 7 November 2019|
|Students: Thursday 15 August 2019|
How is the Project qualification marked and graded?
Your Project will be marked by your teacher and you will be awarded a raw mark. If you completed a Level 1 Foundation or Level 2 Higher Project, your raw mark will be out of 40. The maximum raw mark for Level 3 Extended Project is 54.
Work is then moderated by us, meaning we request a sample of your teacher’s marking to check that we agree with their assessment.
Once all projects have been marked and moderated, our senior examiners decide where the grade boundaries should lie and you're issued with a points score and grade. It is your points score that's printed on your results slip.
The grading for Project is slightly different depending on the level you are studying:
- Level 1 Foundation Project is graded A*-B
- Level 2 Higher Project is graded A*-C
- Level 3 Extended Project is graded A*-E.
If you don’t get enough marks to pass with one of the grades listed above you will be awarded a U, which means ‘unclassified’.
When will you send my results to UCAS?
If you are completing your Level 3 Extended Project this summer and are a UCAS applicant, we'll send your results to UCAS shortly before August results day. They collate your Pearson results with any other results you have from other awarding organisations and send these to the universities and colleges from which you've had offers.