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GCSE and A Level Results - How can I appeal my results?

GCSE AND A LEVEL RESULTS: HOW CAN I APPEAL MY RESULTS?

The collection of A-Level results and GCSE results are usually a difficult, emotional and trying time for any student. However, this year, students have been collecting their A-level results for exams and assessments they did not sit.

Our Educational Solicitors appreciate that there will be numerous students and parents speculating what their actual grades would have been had they been able to sit the exams and also whether the predicated grades are fair.

So what can students do if they disagree with their grades? Given the recent developments and announcements made, the appeals/review process in England and Wales remains uncertain. However, it appears that Ofqual will provide details of the new appeals procedure the week of 17.08.2020.

Our Education Solicitors are keeping up to date and a watchful eye on the developing guidance in England and Wales. Our Education Lawyers appreciate that these decisions will have a significant impact on students who aspire to attend University this September and will have an equally significant impact on students who are about to receive their GCSE results next week.

If you are thinking about appealing your A level grades or GCSE grades, please contact our specialist education legal team. Please contact us on 0333 202 7175 or contact us by email on reception@hcbgroup.com.

The information in this blog is accurate as of 13.08.2020.

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