We offer the following services:
If you are unsure which service you need, please see our guide:
An access to scripts request should not be confused with a copy of a reviewed script, which you request when you submit a review of marking.
The specific deadlines and key dates for all access to scripts requests can be found on our key dates page.
All our post-results service fees are provided in our fees list.
Invoices will usually be sent in the following months:
A more detailed explanation of our charging policy can be found below:
Instructions for submitting your request and viewing the script are available on the following page:
Once you have submitted your request, if you wish to cancel it:
The script you request will contain annotations added by the examiner. To find out more about understanding these, see our script annotation page.
If you are unsure which service you need for Cambridge Technicals, please see our guide:
Centres can request access to marked scripts within approximately six weeks of the receipt of results. See the key dates page for details of the deadlines.
Access to scripts requests must be submitted by the above deadlines.
To submit a request, please complete the online form below:
Cambridge Technicals online form
To submit a request for Certificates of Professional Competence, complete the form below and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
An emailed application form will be accepted as confirmation that the centre agrees to pay the fees (see the fees list).
Scripts will no longer be emailed to you. Instead, they will now be shared with you via a secure file-sharing system called 'Kiteworks'. KiteWorks allows us to share materials securely and efficiently.
All applications will be acknowledged within seven working days. Scripts will be added to a secure folder within Kiteworks. An email with a link to the location and login details will then be sent.
OCR will only release script copies to centres under the following conditions:
Make sure both you and your staff are fully aware of these conditions. Centres must make candidates aware of the arrangements for access to scripts before candidates sit any examination to which the arrangements apply.