Information for students and parents regarding the publication of results can be found in the guidance documents below. They provide information including what to expect on results day, understanding results, grade boundaries and post results services.
Please note: Candidates wishing to use GCSE results from this examination series as supporting qualifications towards the Welsh Baccalaureate Advanced will need to wait for their GCSE results to see whether they have achieved the qualification. Welsh Baccalaureate Advanced results will be updated on Wednesday 23rd August for those candidates entered for relevant GCSE subjects with WJEC.
- Example Level 1/2 Pathways results slip
- Guide to Results – AS and A Level
- Guide to Results - Extended Project
- Explanation of Results – New Level 3 (Applied)
|Qualification||Publication of results day|
|Thursday 6 July 2017|
|A level, AS
Level 3 qualifications
Skills Challenge Certificate – Welsh Baccalaureate Advanced
|Thursday 17 August 2017|
Level 1 and Level 2
Iaith ar Waith
QCF - Modern Foreign Languages
Skills Challenge Certificate – Welsh Baccalaureate: Key Stage 4
Post 16 Foundation and National
|Thursday 24 August 2017|
March 2017 Examinations Results
Thursday 6 July 2017
During the Examinations
For help and guidance to examinations officers on issues and potential difficulties which can occur during each examination series, please refer to our During the Examinations page.
Examinations during severe weather conditions and periods of disruption
Information on Post-Results Services can be found on our Post-Results Services web page.
Grade Boundary Information
To view previous grade boundary information, please follow this link.
WJEC Final and provisional timetables can be found on our Key Dates and Timetables page.
Information on legacy resit opportunities for 2017-18 can be found in the following link. Students wishing to re-sit a legacy qualification should contact their school or college. The school/college will then be able to submit an 'intention to enter' application by 20 September.
Past papers and mark schemes
Free past papers for each subject are now available. You can also find them on each qualification page in the 'Related Documents' section.
We have revised our publication policy to allow schools and colleges to use past papers, mark schemes and examiner reports as internal resources before they are available to all.
Errors in Question Papers
If you are concerned about errors in question papers, more information can be found on our Errors in Question Papers page.
Malpractice and Whistle-blowing
If you believe that you have witnessed malpractice in examinations or assessments, please review the information on our malpractice page and contact us immediately.