Can I get my A exams re-marked?

Can I get my A exams re-marked?

After the results have come out.

Can I get my A exams re-marked?

You can request a review of marking or moderation by the exam boards - see GOV.UK's guide for regulating A-levels.

Start as soon as possible. Note, this can only be done through your school or college.

- Keep the university informed of your plans. They maybe more sympathetic to saving you a place.

Make sure the results of the remark are sent to the University of choice by 31 August.

If review is successful you may still NOT be given a place on the chosen course of choice.

Alternatives on similar courses is most likely. Especially for the highly competitive courses.

Or be given the option to defer your university place until next year.

Post A Level results services are offered by exam boards such as AQA.

There's no grade protection for marking reviews, meaning your marks and subject grades could be lowered.

You may also be liable for a remarking charge. This varies and also depends on whether the review is successful or not - for both reformed and outgoing A-level subjects. (£43.45 per unit/component (January 2019).

There is a priority service return fee stands at £51.75 per unit.

End of August is the Key date.

appeals: see AQA's post-results services.