For A-level and GCSE students this year, advice from the government has been far from straightforward.
If your A-level or GCSE results are lower than you were hoping for, you can use your school’s predicted grade or resit your exam.
Your schools will have to go through a formal appeals process to submit a valid mock grade for you if you are are unhappy with your A-level or GCSE results.
Remember, you cannot challenge your school or college under the appeals process on the centre assessment grade it submitted or your rank order position.
Students who are unhappy with their centre assessed A-level grades will be able to sit an examination in the Autumn.