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13th August 2018: A level results day: what to expect.
3rd August 2018: We’ve got an app for that… Ofqual will be refreshing our interactive apps which will be available on results days – 16 August for A level, and 23 August for GCSE– and we have some new ones too. The apps won’t show an individual school or college’s results but if you’re a teacher or headteacher, they will allow you to compare your own results with the national and regional picture.
The following links will all be checked and updated as results are published.
Use the following links for each exam boards’ provisional results statistics and grade boundaries.
OCR Results Statistics & Grade Boundaries
WJEC Unit Grade Boundaries (search on the unit required, note the option on the top right of the screen which for example enables you to choose higher or foundation at GCSE. Grade boundaries for the overall qualifications are available for WJEC centres from their secure site.)
WJEC Grade boundaries select the year, session and subject.
To do a finer analysis and look at individual module results and even marks for each question, centres can register with the appropriate examination board for their enhanced results services. To help your thinking have a look at the AQA’s Guide to AQA Enhanced Results Analysis and see also the #5MinuteResultsAnalysis by @LeadingLearner & @TeacherToolkit
August 2018 – Ofqual’ useful information as the link below:
16th August 2017: Regulating GCSEs, AS and A Levels. The guide explains how Ofqual regulates the exam boards, what schools and colleges can expect from exam boards and what exam boards, in turn, expect from schools and colleges.