National Results Days
The BRIT School release results in line with the national release of results to students, often called Results day. Results are only released after 8:30am.
Students who have not collected results slips by noon, will have them posted home to the student home address on record.
The next results day:
Level 2 GCSE English Language and GCSE Maths Results Day for November 2021 exams will be the 13th January 2021.
Enquiries about Results and Access to Scripts
If a BRIT School student is unhappy with an exam result, on results day or the days or immediately following results day they can request a clerical re-check or review of marking or ask to see the marked paper 'access to scripts'.
This request can be made by contacting the exams department at firstname.lastname@example.org for an EAR and ATS request form, these are made available on request with the relevant information and cost for each exam season. The form will contain the internal deadlines for requests to be submitted by. Please note the costs of Enquiries About Results and Access to Scripts services with awarding bodies is at full cost to the student.
Enquires about results services 'clerical recheck' and 'review of marking' have an internal deadline for completed request forms of the 14th February 2022. (External deadline 17th February 2022.)
ATS original scripts internal deadline for completed request form is the 14th February 2022. (External deadline 17th February 2022.)
For Awarding body costs please see the PDF below for AQA fee's, The BRIT School will not currently charge for administration of your request.
The appeals process for November 2021 series is now open, appeals can be made after the initial Enquiry About Results outcome has been received. Please submit your appeal to the school within 15 days of the Enquiry about results outcome.
You can use our appeals process for:
- Exam and non-exam assessment (NEA) results. You can only make an appeal if you've already requested and received the outcome of a review of marking or moderation review. Appeals should focus on whether an awarding body has:
- a) used procedures that were consistent with regulatory requirements.
- b) applied its procedures properly and fairly in arriving at judgements.
- c) properly applied the mark scheme.
- Malpractice decisions – when we have applied a malpractice penalty.
- Access arrangements and special consideration decisions – if we’ve declined your application or you disagree with the level of adjustment made.
Fees for Appeals:
- Stage 1: preliminary stage £111.75
- Stage 2: appeal hearing £191.15