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Post Results Services

Before any post results services can be requested, all students must complete the online consent form that was sent to their AGS email account at the end of term.  The consent form can only be accessed via an AGS email account. If you are an external candidate then please obtain a separate form from the Exams Office. This confirms full understanding and acceptance that with any clerical check, review of marking, or any subsequent appeal, grades may go down as well as up or stay the same.  It further confirms that AGS has permission to access a copy of individual students' exam scripts on their behalf.  

ANY REQUESTS RECEIVED WITHOUT A CORRESPONDING CONSENT FORM WILL NOT BE PROCESSED. 

The following services must be paid via ParentPay, and the fees are per paper, not per subject.  It is therefore essential that you quote the exact individual paper code(s) in the 'Notes' field on ParentPay. These can be found under 'GCE & GCSE Exam Information' to the left of this screen. Your exam timetable will help you with the component title.

If you request a post results service please make sure you check your email regularly in case there is a query regarding your request and for the outcome. Requests made where there is incomplete information will not be processed.

Click here for the fee structure and details of when fees may be refunded. All fees include a 1% administrative charge.

NB: ParentPay accounts may be disabled in September. If you need to request any services and do not have access to ParentPay then contact the Exams Officer for payment information via exams@alcestergs.com

Priority review of marking – A Level (GCE): 

This service is only available for a very short time and is for A Level students whose place in higher education is dependent on the outcome.  Universities and colleges will endeavour to be flexible in keeping places open, however, it is vital that students inform them as soon as a priority review of marking has been requested.  Deadline is by 12pm on Monday 22 August.

If you request a priority review of marking:

  • It includes a clerical re-check.
  • A second examiner will review the paper again to identify genuine marking errors or unreasonable marking.
  • Make sure all the marks are counted.

Your grade can go down as well as up or stay the same. It takes up to 15 calendar days for the outcome

Review of marking: 

If you request a review of marking:

  • It includes a clerical re-check.
  • A second examiner will review the paper again to identify genuine marking errors or unreasonable marking.
  • Make sure all the marks are counted.

Deadline is by 12pm on Monday 26 September.

Your grade can go down as well as up or stay the same. It takes up to 20 calendar days for the outcome.

Clerical re-check:

The exam board will check that they:

  • Marked all the pages.
  • Counted all the marks.
  • The result matches the marks on the paper.

Deadline is by 12pm on Monday 26 September.

Your grade can go down as well as up or stay the same. A clerical re-check takes up to 10 calendar days.

Access to scripts to support review of marking:

This service is also only available for a short time.  Ask for this if you need to see a copy of a paper before deciding whether to lodge a 'review of marking'.  Scripts may be hard copy or electronic. They are not guaranteed to arrive before the ‘priority review of marking’ deadline. Deadlines are by 12pm Thursday 25 August for GCE and by 12pm Monday 5 September for GCSE. 

Access to scripts to support review of marking: 

Ask for this if you would like to see a copy of your original exam paper to support your learning. If you are looking for a breakdown of marks then they may be available from your subject teacher without needing to see your script. This service should NOT be used where a 'review of marking' is required because a copy of the script will not be back in time to meet this deadline. Deadline is by 12pm on Monday 26 September.