When will I get my results?
Depending on the qualification and level that you studied towards, the date will vary. Here is a list of some of the qualifications and when we expect to be able to provide them to you:
- Access to HE Diploma – already published
- Level 1 and 2 BTEC - August 20
- Level 3 BTEC - August 13
- UAL Level 1 and 2 Art, Performing Arts, Music and Media - August 20
- UAL Level 3 Art, Performing Arts, Music and Media - August 13
- Level 3 City & Guilds Technical qualifications - August 3
- Level 2 City & Guilds Technical qualifications - August 20
- A Levels – August 13
- GCSEs – August 20
- Functional Skills in English and maths – By the end of July
- City & Guilds qualifications in ESOL (all Levels) - By early August
If you are unsure of when you will receive your results, please use the following enquiry form and we will be able to confirm this for you.
What will Results Days on 13 and 20 August look like?
Unfortunately, with the COVID-19 pandemic, we will not be hosting physical Results Days at college this academic year. We ask students to not come to college as they will not be able to receive their results on campus.
You will be able to view your results online through Exam Net and students will receive paper copies of their results in the post.
How will I receive my results?
For results being published on the 13 and 20 August we will release the results through Exam Net, this is our new online platform. We will also put these results in the post to your home address.
Any results that are not published on these two dates, we will be posting grade directly to your home address at the earliest opportunity.
How will I check my results online?
For those learners due to access results through Exam Net, you will receive an email about this before August 13. You will be able to access your results via the Exam Net website (please note, this link will be added for you shortly).
When will I receive my actual certificate?
Most certificates will be sent to us from the awarding organisations in October. We will then send these to your home address at the earliest opportunity.
What happens if I have moved address and not let the college know?
If you have moved address since you enrolled, or have forgotten to notify us of any change of address, please can we request that you update your address with us as soon as possible. To do this:
How were my grades calculated?
Depending on the qualification, the centre assessed grade process that we were obliged to follow would differ. The A Level and GCSE centre assessed grade process was stipulated by Ofqual. You can find the guidance that we followed here.
Other centre assessed grade processes that we followed for other qualifications were similar in many aspects to that used for the A Level and GCSEs. If you would like to know more about the centre calculated grade process we used for your qualifications, we are more than happy to direct you to it.
Be assured, any centre assessed grade process that we followed was designed to ensure a fair outcome was provided to you. We are extremely confident in the processes we have followed to ensure that the process of centre assessed grade calculation has been as fair and robust as possible.
Help - I need some advice!
If you would like to come back to study with us next year
If you are worried about your progression at Activate Learning, please book and attend an IAG session with a tutor this summer to discuss your options. If you need support in the meantime, please speak with Student Support.
If you are moving on to university or the workplace and need advice
If you are no longer studying at Activate Learning and are worried about your future plans or would like to talk about your next steps, please speak to a member of the Careers Team via email@example.com who can support and advise you.
What happens if I don’t get the grades I expected?
If you’re disappointed with your results, here’s what you can do next:
Who do I talk to if I want to appeal my result?
Please note, that for most qualifications, your awarding body will have finalised your grade after your teacher's predictions according to pre-determined formulas.
Your teacher has no influence regarding your final grade and cannot change the grade you have been given by the awarding body.
However, if you wish to appeal your grade, as soon as we receive the appropriate appeal processes for each awarding body, we will share these links with you here.
We want to reassure you that if you do not get the grades you were hoping for that progression is still possible! We will support students every step of the way in achieving their goals.