For more information on WJEC Eduqas qualifications and results, please visit our Eduqas Results Day page.
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What am I looking for?
What to expect today, the documentation you'll receive, information on grade boundaries, and where additional advice and guidance can be found.
GCSE Linear grade boundaries will be available from 8am on 16th January.
View the grade boundaries for your individual qualifications.
Visit our qualification pages for our Examiners' Reports which offer a detailed insight into the quality, trends, and overall performance from candidates undertaking examinations.
Find out more about reviews of marking and moderation, clerical re-checks, and access to examination scripts.
Results and Grade Boundaries
Results are issued electronically to centres via our secure website and by EDI on the day before publication of results day. Further information about results and what to expect on results day is available in our Guide to Results documents, linked to below.
Grade boundaries are the minimum number of marks needed to achieve each grade. Whilst exam papers are written to the same level of difficulty, they do vary each year. Grade boundaries ensure that whenever the exam is sat, students receive the same grade for the same level of performance.
For unitised specifications, grade boundaries are expressed on a Uniform Mark Scale (UMS). UMS grade boundaries remain the same every year as the range of UMS mark percentages allocated to a particular grade does not change. UMS grade boundaries are published at overall subject and unit level.
For linear specifications, a single grade is awarded for the overall subject, rather than for each component/unit that contributes towards the overall grade. Grade boundaries are published on results day.
The 'notional' grade boundaries for each component are also available. Component boundaries are 'notional' and intended only as a guide, they are not official grades.
Current grade boundaries are available here.
Grade boundaries for past examinations are held on the 'Results Statistics' area of our website.
What happens next?
Now you've recveived your results, there are a variety of different paths to take. If you are awaiting a response from a university, UCAS will have received your results and you can now check Track from 8am onwards. There will be a high number of users on Results Day, so patience is required.
If you have not met the grades needed to meet your university applications, Clearing is an option. You can't access the Clearing choice on Track until 3pm today, so it could be beneficial to get in touch with various universities beforehand to discover your options as early as possible.
Post Results Services
Following the publication of results toay, we offer a range of post-results services to help you find your path:
Clerical re-check - a re-check of clerical procedures leading to the issue of a result
Post-results review of marking - a review of the original marking to ensure that the agreed mark scheme has been applied correctly
Access to scripts – an electronic version of the script, either as a priority or non-priority service
Post-results review of moderation
Advice and guidance is available in the following documents:
If private candidates have concerns about their examination results and wish to make an application for a review or if they wish to apply for access to scripts, they should contact their entering centre for advice. Private candidates may also apply to WJEC directly by requesting an application form from email@example.com
We follow the JCQ processes on appeals as documented in the JCQ 'Guide to the awarding bodies' appeals processes'.
Our 'Appeals – A guide for centres' document outlines WJEC's processes for appeals concerning enquiries about results, malpractice, access arrangements, special consideration and other examination and assessment administrative decisions.