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RESULTS DAY 2013
THURSDAY 22nd AUGUST – The Dining Hall
BETWEEN 10.00am AND 12.00pm
- Current Year 9 and 10 will also be able to collect them when we come back to school in September.
- You can ask us to POST your results if you are going to be away on August 22nd (please pass a stamped, self-addressed envelope to the Exams Department)
- If you are sending someone else to collect your results for you, YOU MUST WRITE A LETTER that includes:
- Your name
- The name of the person who is collecting your results for you
- That you give permission for that person to collect your results on your behalf
The person who is collecting your results must also bring identification to prove that they are the person you have named in your letter.
No letter or no ID = No Results!
Thank you – and Good Luck!
ENQUIRIES ABOUT RESULTS
On Results Day, if you are unhappy with your results please contact the appropriate subject teacher in the first instance to discuss the possibility of requesting a remark from the Examination Board.
If your subject teacher and the Headteacher, Mr. Appleton agrees that a remark is appropriate they will instruct me to process the request.
You (the candidate, not your parent) will have to complete a Candidate Consent Form and return it to me by no later than Friday 13th September 2013.
Please note: a remark cannot be processed without the written consent of the candidate.
If the subject teacher or Mr Appleton decide that a remark is not appropriate you may still request one if you are prepared to meet the administration costs yourself. (Costs to be advised). However, as a guideline I would recommend that you only request the remark if you are within 1 or 2 points of a grade boundary – marks very rarely change by more than a couple of points.
If a remark is requested after your subject grade has been issued, there are three possible outcomes that you should be aware of:
- Your original mark could be lowered, so your final grade may be lower than the original grade you received.
- Your original mark could be confirmed as correct, and there is no change to your grade.
- Your original mark could be raised, so your final grade may be higher than the original grade you received.
Once a remark has been performed, you cannot go back to your original grade, so be very careful when making your decision!
Miss C Suttle