Results Day Information 2019

Results Day Information 2019

What?                           A Level / Level 3 BTEC

When?                          Thursday 15 August 2019

What time?                 7.30 – 9.30am

Where?                        Student Union

What to bring?       1. Student ID Card for ID purposes and to hand in

                                   2. Cash/Cheque/Debit Card – in case you wish to pay for Reviews of Marking or to obtain copies of exam papers back

What?                           GCSE

When?                          Thursday 22 August 2019

What time?                 9.00 – 10.00am

Where?                        Reception

What to bring?       1. Student ID Card for ID purposes and to hand in

                                   2. Cash/Cheque/Debit Card – in case you wish to pay for Reviews of Marking or to obtain copies of exam papers back

What?                           WJEC Certificate in Criminology (Y12 students)

When?                          Thursday 15 August 2019

What time?                 9.00 – 10.00am

Where?                        Reception

What to bring?       1. Student ID Card for ID purposes and to hand in

                                   2. Cash/Cheque/Debit Card – in case you wish to pay for Reviews of Marking or to obtain copies of exam papers back

What?                           A-level in Mathematics (Y12 students)

When?                          Thursday 15 August 2019

What time?                 9.00 – 10.00am

Where?                        Reception

What to bring?       1. Student ID Card for ID purposes and to hand in

                                   2. Cash/Cheque/Debit Card – in case you wish to pay for Reviews of Marking or to obtain copies of exam papers back

What if you are unable to attend Results Day to collect your results in person?

The options are:

Leave a LARGE stamped addressed envelope (with a LARGE letter stamp) at reception or the Exams Officer (2.20) with your ID number in the bottom left hand corner of the envelope, the subjects/levels you are expecting results for.  If you have GCSE and Level 3 results, you will need to leave 2 envelopes if you wish them to be posted out ON the results day, or if only one is left, this will be posted on the later GCSE results day with the Level 3 results included (Thursday 22 August).

Authorise someone else to collect your results on your behalf.  We must receive this request in WRITING from you and the person authorised MUST bring their own photo ID.  You can send an email to exams@nclt.ac.uk BEFORE Results Day (please do not send on the day, as this won’t be seen).  You will need to state your student ID number (L or D number) name, date of birth, which level/subjects you are expecting results for and the full name of the person you are authorising to collect on your behalf.  This must be sent from YOUR email address (either college or a personal email address with your name in it).

You can write a note, signed by yourself, containing the same information as mentioned in the previous option, and the person collecting on your behalf must bring the note with them as well as their OWN photo ID.

We are unable to discuss results over the phone and we are unable to release any results by email. 

Please remember: The results belong to the student – therefore without student written consent, we cannot release/discuss any results with parents/guardians or third party.  If a third party requests results without written consent from the student or photo ID, they will be unable to collect.  A text message or phone call from the student is NOT sufficient, therefore please ensure they do not have a wasted journey.

For any Reviews of Marking – there are three possible outcomes, a result/grade can increase, stay the same or decrease, therefore it MUST be the student who signs any consent forms, not parents/guardians/nominated person collecting results.

What about UCAS Clearing and UCAS Adjustment?

UCAS Clearing

If you have applied to university but do not meet the conditions of your offer, you will be eligible for UCAS Clearing.

This is where you can find out which universities still have places available.

More information about the clearing process is available at https://www.ucas.com/undergraduate/results-confirmation-and-clearing/what-clearing

UCAS Adjustment

If you’ve done much better than you expected and exceed the conditions of your firm choice, you may be eligible for UCAS Adjustment.

This is where you can contact other universities with higher entry requirements to see if they will consider accepting you onto their course instead.

More information about the adjustment process is available at https://www.ucas.com/ucas/undergraduate/apply-and-track/results/ucas-adjustment-if-youve-done-better-expected

Support on Results Day

We will have a dedicated team on hand to help you through the Clearing or Adjustment process should you need it.

We advise that you log-on to UCAS Track first thing in the morning to see if you are eligible for Clearing or Adjustment.

Spaces in available through Clearing and Adjustment can fill up quickly, so if you are eligible and do need our support, it is advised that you arrive between 7.30 – 8.30 am.