Our results page has useful information on how we calculate grades and how to understand your results slip.
We’ve also produced a post-results key dates timeline to help you and the JCQ has produced an infographic on what to do after you’ve received your results.
Follow us on Instagram for results day support, mental health and wellbeing advice, and more. The National Careers Service exams helpline will also be open to support you on results days.
Waiting for results can be an anxious time but a great way to cope is to remember to talk to your teacher or receiving institution (college or university) if you have any concerns.
Here's some advice and tips to support you on results day and beyond:
Have a listen to our podcast with Tanya Nicholas, teacher and adolescent wellbeing coach. She offers practical tips to students and their parents on future planning and managing stress and anxiety ahead of results days.
Wellbeing and mental health are extremely important as we work through these extraordinary times. If you have any concerns about your mental health or wellbeing, be sure to speak to a trusted teacher, family member or friend.
We’ve written some blogs which you may find useful:
Young minds – youngminds.org.uk
Phone number: Text YM to 85258
Childline – childline.org.uk
Phone number: 0800 1111
We’ve collated our most frequently asked questions to support you through 2022.