A Level Results Day - What You Need To Know

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Students will be able to come into the college Student Centre and collect their results from 9am - 12pm on Thursday 17 August. Students will also be able to access their results online via IRIS by 9.30am, although we encourage students to check online from 8am. 

Free food and drink will be available including tea, coffee and pastries, so come along and celebrate your success with us! 

Teachers and UCAS advisors will be available to speak to you at our helpdesk and provide support if results have been different than expected, including if you need help with UCAS adjustment, clearing or any other services. 

Students collecting results MUST bring photographic ID such as your student ID card, passport or provisional/full driving license. If you are collecting results on behalf of somebody else, you must bring a signed letter/note from that person and ID to confirm who you are. 

If students have any issues with accessing results online via IRIS you will need to come into the college and speak to our Exams Office.

We look forward to seeing you on Thursday 17 August!


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

How do I access online results?

Login to ‘Student IRIS’. Students then need to go to the ‘Exams’ tab to see the exam results.

If accessing on mobile/tablet, students will need to click the top right-hand three grey lines, go to ‘Tools’ and ‘Student IRIS’.

What do students have to bring along with them to collect results?

Students will need photographic ID eg student ID, passport or provisional/full driving license.

I am collecting results on behalf of someone else, what do I need to bring?

You will need a signed letter/note from the person whose results you are collecting giving you permission to do so and your own ID to confirm who you are. Without these, you will not be allowed to collect the results.

Can I collect my paper results after 12pm?

We post students results in the afternoon so you will need to be in college before 12pm to pick up your results. If you are unavailable, you can write a note to allow another person to pick up your results or you can access them online.

I can’t access results online, what do I do?

You need to come into college and speak to Student Services between 9am – 4pm if your IRIS account has been disabled. If you cannot come into college since you are away, call 023 8043 5636.

If you need your IRIS password resetting, please call the IT Helpdesk on  023 8043 9232. Passwords cannot be reset over email/social media, you must phone or come into college. 

Please be aware that IRIS will be offline on Wednesday 16 August in order to upload results so you must call beforehand, or come into college on Results Day.

My results have gone differently than expected, what can I do? Will I be able to speak to anyone about my results?

Yes, a helpdesk will be available in college with teachers and UCAS advisors. They will be available to talk through your options and any concerns you may have.

Will food and drink be available?

Yes free tea, coffee, juice and pastries will be available in the Student Centre. 

I was told/had a letter telling me that I would need to pay exam fees. Where do I go to do this?

Students will need to come into college and speak to the Exams Office between 9am – 4pm. If they cannot come into college, students should call the Exams Office on 023 8043 5636 ext. 291.

Can parents/guardians come along to Results Day?

Yes, parents and guardians are welcome to come along with their son/daughter.

My online results are confusing me, what do I do?

Check the date given next to the exam to make sure it is the correct result, and not a result from a previous exam/year. A helpdesk of teachers will be available in college between 9am – 12pm on A Level Results Day for you to ask any questions or clarify results that you are unsure of.

When will GCSE and IGCSE results be available?

Students will be able to collect GCSE results on Thursday 24 August from the Exams Office between 9am – 12pm. Results will be posted to students in the afternoon so students should aim to be in college to collect results between 9am – 12pm.

When will vocational/BTEC/CTEC results be available?

Vocational/BTEC/CTEC results come in throughout August and early September so they may already be available. If you are coming into college on A Level or GCSE results day, go to the Exams Office between 9am – 4pm to see if your vocational results are available to collect yet.

If you are not coming in on these days, you can still come into the college between 9am – 4pm to speak to the Exams Office.