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To help you think through how to plan and manage results day at your centre we have prepared some information and guidance. You should think carefully about what might work best for your centre and candidates.
All students will receive their results in the same way , regardless of whether they sat their exams or followed the portfolio of evidence route. We have prepared some guidance on our ‘preparing for results day’ page.
If you work with us through a Cambridge Associate, please contact them directly.
This year, some students sat some or all their exams while others followed the portfolio of evidence route. You may have a mix of these two routes to grades within your centre. Clear and simple communication with students and their families is important, to help avoid misunderstanding or confusion.
To support students and their families, regardless of their route to grades, make sure you:
Your students may have extra questions for you about portfolio of evidence.
You may wish to include some or all of the following messages in your communications with students and their families:
You may want to share a reassuring message with students and their families before results day. This could include details about how the portfolio of evidence process works, how your centre has approached this task, what will happen on results days in terms of collecting results, and what support will be available for students to discuss results.
It is important to think carefully about how best to give your students their results and how you will support them.
All our usual enquiries about results services are available to students who sat exams and/or who followed the portfolio of evidence route. We have added one extra service for candidates who followed portfolio of evidence. You can find more information on the relevant webpages:
To help you keep up to date, there is lots of information available: