exam results – useful links for student support

Students will be receiving exam results within the coming days, and in addition to the support that the College will offer to our students, below you will find further information and some useful links to help support you.

To find out more about how you were graded, what to do if you didn’t get the results you wanted or think something has gone wrong with your grades, visit gov.uk/guidance/your-results-what-next.


Results, appeals and next steps
Contact the Exam Results Helpline from the National Careers Service to speak to a professionally qualified careers adviser for advice on next steps.
0800 100 900
Lines open from 8am to 10pm, 7 days a week. Calls are free from landlines and most mobiles.

Contact the Ofqual student support phoneline if you want to find out more about how you were graded, the autumn exams series, how to make an appeal or raise a concern about bias or discrimination.
0300 303 3344
Lines open from 9am to 5pm weekdays, with extended hours during results weeks. See website for information. Calls charged at your standard network rate.

For higher education questions, such as application and admissions, you may need to contact the relevant institution directly.
UCAS can also provide information on university admissions:
0371 468 0 468
Lines open Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 6pm, calls charged at your standard network rate.

Mental Health Support

Make sure you speak to somebody if you are feeling anxious or struggling with your mental health. This might be a parent, carer or someone else you trust. You can also contact:

  • YoungMinds – Text YM to 85258 or go online to www.youngminds.org.uk
  • Childline – Call 0800 1111 or www.childline.org.uk
  • Your GP: call and ask for an emergency appointment
  • NHS 111: they can assist in providing the mental health support you may need

Exam Boards
0800 197 7162

01223 553 998

0345 618 0440

WJEC Eduqas
029 2105 5443