Welcome to the exams page, you’ll find everything you need to know about results days and upcoming examinations for 2021

Results Day 2021

Tuesday 10th August Thursday 12th August
AS/A Level
GCSE
Cambridge Technicals
Level 2 Vocational Courses
Level 3 Vocational Courses

A statement of results will be sent to your college email in the morning and will be available to view from 9:00 am.  Alternatively you can view your results on ProPortal available here from 8:00 am or 9:00am for NCFE qualifications.   Your username and password is the same as your college network access.    Once logged in select “Information” and “Enrolments”.

If you need to change your password select password reset here  if you require further support please contact the IT Service Desk Support 01952 642284/642285 or email servicedesk@telfordcollege.ac.uk

Support Available

Our Student Services Team will be available to support with queries regarding internal progression 01952 642237 or email info@telfordcollege.ac.uk and the apprenticeship team on 01952 642452 or email apprentices@telfordcollege.ac.uk .

If you need access to our mentoring and counselling service or are struggling with your mental health or have a safeguarding concern please email besafe@telfordcollege.ac.uk or ring 01952 642220.

Appeals Procedure

If you believe an error has been made in determining your TAG grade you have a right to appeal.  If you have any concerns or queries regarding your TAG grade please complete the informal enquiry form available here – to access this form you must log in to your student account.  A member of the staff will then contact you to provide further information to help you decide what to do next.  Please do not contact your tutor directly as they will not be able to discuss your query with you.

There are two stages to the appeals process, which is explained in further detail here

  • Stage 1 a centre review which will check that no administrative or procedural errors have been made.
  • Stage 2 appeal to the exam board. If you still don’t think you have the correct grade you can ask the College to appeal to the exam board.

You should submit any request as soon as possible, however we recommend you submit an informal enquiry in the first instance as it is important to remember that your grade can go down, up or stay the same at either stage of process.  Once a request for a centre review or an appeal has been made you cannot later withdraw your request, therefore if your grades goes down you will not be able to revert to the original grade you received on results day.  The below deadlines must be adhered to.

Priority appeals* Non-priority appeals
Window for students to request a centre review
Tuesday 10 August – Monday 16 August
From results day to Friday 3 September @ 16:00

Submission deadline for students to request an appeal to the exam board

Wednesday 18 August 2021 @ 16:00

Wednesday 8 September 2021 @ 16:00

* Priority appeals are for students applying to higher education who did not attain the firm choice (i.e. the offer accepted as first choice) and wish to appeal an A Level or other Level 3 qualification result (e.g. L3 Extended BTEC, L3 Cambridge Technicals.  All other cases, including GCSE, are non-priority appeals)

If you do feel that you have grounds for an appeal please complete the student request form for centre reviews and appeals available here and email to exams@telfordcollege.ac.uk

Autumn Exam Series

If you would like an opportunity to improve your grade, you can choose to sit exams in the autumn series instead.

To access the below forms you will need to login to your student account.  If you need to change your password select password reset here  if you require further support please contact the IT Service Desk Support 01952 642284 or 642285.

You can only be entered for the autumn series exams for subjects which you were entered in the summer.  Click on the below links or scan the QR code to access

A level Autumn Resits

Subject Exam dates
L3 A Level in Biology - Year 2
Paper 1) 11-10-21 AM Paper 2) 15-10-21 AM Paper 3) 19-10-21 PM (OCR)
L3 A Level in Business - Year 2
Paper 1) 7-10-21 AM Paper 2) 13-10-21 AM Paper 3) 18-10-21 AM (AQA)
L3 A Level in Chemistry - Year 2
Paper 1) 5-10-21 PM Paper 2) 12-10-21 AM Paper 3) 18-10-21 AM (AQA)
L3 A Level in Computing - Year 2
Paper 1 ) 6-10-21 AM Paper 2) 12-10-21 PM (OCR)
L3 A Level in Economics - Year 2
Paper 1) 4-10-21 AM Paper 2) 8-10-21 PM Paper 3) 14-10-21PM (AQA)
L3 A Level in English Language - Year 2
Paper 1) 04-10-21 AM Paper 2) 08-10-21 PM (AQA)
L3 A Level in English Literature - Year 2
Paper 1 ) 7-10-21 AM Paper 2) 13-10-21 AM (OCR)
L3 A Level in English Language and Literature Combined - Year 2
Paper 1) 4-10-21 AM Paper 2) 8-10-21 PM Paper 3) 13-10-21 PM (OCR)
L3 A Level in Further Mathematics - Year 2
Paper 1) 4-10-21 PM Paper 2) 19-10-21 PM Paper 3) 20-10-21 PM Paper 4) 21-10-21 PM (OCR)
L3 A Level in Film Studies - Year 2
Paper 1) 7-10-21 AM Paper 2) 11-10-21 PM (WJEC)
L3 A Level in Geography - Year 2
Paper 1) 5-10-21 AM Paper 2) 12-10-21 PM Paper 3) 19-10-21 AM (Edexcel)
L3 A Level in History - Year 2
Paper 1) 6-10-21 AM Paper 2) 11-10-21 PM Paper 3) 15-10-21 PM (Edexcel)
L3 A Level in Law - Year 2
Paper 1) 6-10-21 PM Paper 2) 12-10-21 PM Paper 3) 18-10-21 PM (AQA)
L3 A Level in Media Studies - Year 2
Paper 1) 7-10-21 AM Paper 2) 11-10-21 PM (WJEC)
L3 A Level in Mathematics - Year 2
Paper 1) 6-10-21 PM Paper 2) 13-10-21 PM Paper 3) 18-10-21 PM (OCR)
L3 A Level in Physics - Year 2
Paper 1) 8-10-21 AM Paper 2) 14-10-21 AM Paper 3) 20-10-21 AM (OCR)
L3 A Level in Psychology - Year 2
Paper 1) 4-10-21 PM Paper 2) 8-10-21 AM Paper 3) 14-10-21 AM (AQA)
L3 A Level in Religious Studies - Year 2
Paper 1) 5-10-21 AM Paper 2) 11-10-21 AM Paper 3) 19-10-21 AM (OCR)
L3 A Level in Sociology - Year 2
Paper 1) 5-10-21 PM Paper 2) 12-10-21 AM Paper 3) 20-10-21AM (AQA)
L3 AS Level in Further Mathematics - Year 1
Paper 1) 4-10-21 PM Paper 2) 7-10-21 PM Paper 3) 20-10-21 PM (OCR)
L3 Core Maths - Year 1
Paper 1) 6-10-21 PM Paper 2) 13-10-21 PM (OCR)

On 10 May 2021, Ofqual published a guide for students – CLICK HERE

On 25 February 2021, Ofqual published their decisions following the consultation on arrangements for GCSE, AS and A levels and also for the Vocational and Technical Qualifications. Please CLICK HERE 

Pearson have published a letter to all BTEC Level 3 Nation students completing this year about the assessment arrangements and the support available if you are considering going to university – CLICK HERE

GCSEs, AS and A levels

GCSEs and A-levels cancelled in England by the pandemic will be replaced by grades decided by teachers. Teachers will assess the standard at which students are performing based only on what has been taught so that the College can determine the grades. Teachers’ judgements will be based on a range of evidence relating to the subject content that has been delivered, either in the classroom or via remote learning.

Students will receive their results on:

  • 10 August 2021 (A and AS Level)
  • 12 August 2021 (GCSE)

Please read the General Qualifications decisions documents for full details.

Vocational and technical qualifications

Telford College delivers many vocational and technical qualifications.

Applied generals, including BTECs

Students studying for a qualification that is similar to, or taken alongside GCSEs or A levels, will be eligible for a teacher assessed grade. This will require teachers to make an informed judgement on the grades students will receive using a variety of evidence.

Examples of these types of qualifications are BTECs (Pearson) and OCR Cambridge Technicals in subjects such as sport and business.

Students should receive results no later than students who are studying for GCSEs and A levels.

Functional skills

Students taking a qualification in Functional Skills should still be able to take their assessment, in line with public health measures. There may also be alternative arrangements if this is not possible. Teacher assessed grades will be used where a student cannot access an in-person or remote assessment.

Professional or occupational qualifications

Students studying for a qualification that requires a demonstration of professional or occupational competence, for example hairdressing or vehicle maintenance will need to take assessments before getting a certificate.

Assessments for these types of qualifications should be continuing throughout 2021, although assessments may be held in slightly different circumstances to normal, using social distancing or remote assessment, for example. 

The College will notify students when they are likely to receive results.

For information on how these qualifications will be awarded, please read the Vocational and Technical Qualifications decisions documents.