At Godalming College, we pride ourselves on our ability to fully equip our students for their next step, no matter the direction. Here we have included all the relevant information regarding Results Day and Post Results information, for university hopefuls and apprenticeship candidates. As well as information regarding our Teacher Assessed grading system and Appeals Procedure.
Results Days 2021
A Level/Level 3 BTECs = 10th August 2021
GCSE/Level 2 BTECs = 12th August 2021
Please note the confirmation of all your hard work and endeavour (ie your certificates) will be posted to you in late November /Early December. This is proof of your confirmed final grades to show any future educational establishment/employer so it is imperative you receive them. We do not have copies for you should you lose them at a later date (so please keep them very safe). The exams boards charge a large fee to search their data for you and provide any form of copy if you lose them in the year to come. Please ensure we have a correct postal address- check your ‘SELF’ page now (you may have moved since enrolment but didn’t tell us or you might be moving soon). Please email firstname.lastname@example.org from your student email if you need to change your details.
We use Royal Mail ‘signed for’ to send your certificates but if you are out, they should leave a notification card advising you where and by when you should collect them.
Post Results Service 2021
Ex-student Guide to Applying to University for 2022 Entry here.
Find out more about how UCAS Clearing works here.
Search for UCAS Clearing Vaccancies here.
Apply for Student Finance here.
Find and search for Apprenticeships here.
Understand and apply for Apprenticeships here.
Teacher Assessed Grades 2021
As a result of the announcement by the DfE back in January that exams were cancelled and were to be replaced by Teacher Assessed grades.
View the Centre Policy here.
View the Q-TAG Centre Policy here.
View the JCQ Guide for Students and Parents here.
View the Timeline for Summer 2021 BTEC Grading here.
As you will be aware, students can appeal their grades. Please make sure you read our Appeals Procedure ahead of contacting the College via e-mail at email@example.com
University Admissions Tests