All results slips will be released via students' college email accounts. See times and dates below.

Due to data protection, we cannot issue results to an alternative e-mail address or to anyone other than the student.

If you need to re-set your college password to access your college email account, please contact college reception on 0161 330 2330 from Monday 8th August onwards.

Thursday 18th August 2022

Results are released from 08:30 for the following qualifications:

All A Level 3 qualifications, including:

  • A Level
  • EPQ
  • BTEC (Unit results and overall grades for Level 3 Extended Certificates, Foundation Diplomas, Extended Diplomas)
  • Core Maths
  • Criminology (both year groups)
  • CACHE Health & Social Care & Childcare (Level 3 Certificates and Diplomas)
  • Foundation Art Diploma

Thursday 25th August 2022

Results are released from 08:30 for the following qualifications:

All level 2 qualifications, including:

  • GCSE
  • BTEC (Level 2 Diploma)
  • CACHE Childcare (Level 2 Diploma)

If you are having problems accessing your results

Complete the following steps:

1. Check your college email including your ‘junk’ folder

2. If there is still no sign of your results slip, please wait until 09:00 and then email the exams team on with details of your full name, date of birth and the results you are expecting. As there are large numbers of students receiving results, not all emails may arrive at exactly 08:30.

3. If you do not have access to your college email, request a password rests via main reception (0161 330 2330) and try logging on after 1 hour.

After you have received your results

We hope that you will be pleased with your results.

But, if you have not received the grades you were expecting and have missed out on a university place or apprenticeship etc., we can help. Please note that your teachers are not generally in college or available on email during the summer holiday so please do not try to contact them direct. Read the advice in the detailed email that was sent to you in early August, and check the following links:

Advice about universities & UCAS Clearing

If you need advice in person then please come into college on Thursday 18th / Friday 19th August from 8.30am to 3pm when staff will be available to advise you. Use the main entrance as all other gates will be restricted. Additionally, you can email

Advice about apprenticeships or GAP Years

Please email with your questions or to arrange an appointment.

Advice about post results services

There are several post results services that the examination boards offer if you are unhappy with your grade and feel a mistake may have been made.

  • A level – information and application form here*
  • BTEC - information and application form here*
  • GCSE – information and application form here

*Including the priority service which is available if your university place is at risk.

Links and forms will be available from results day onwards.

If you need any help or advice please email the exams team using the dedicated email Priority will be given to students who have lost a university place, apprenticeship or a job offer due to their results.

Grade boundaries

  • A level grade boundary information is here
  • BTEC grade boundary information is here
  • GCSE grade boundary information is here

Links and forms will be available from results day onwards

Component / Unit codes and descriptions

  • A Level grade component information is here
  • BTEC unit information is here
  • GCSE component information is here
  • GCSE Unit codes are here

Link and forms will be available from results day onwards.

Re-sit opportunities

New second year students

If you have just received results at the end of your first year and are now continuing into the second year, you can apply to re-sit the following exams:

  • GCSE Maths – November (see department staff once back in college)
  • GCSE English – November (see department staff once back in college)
  • BTEC exam and set task units – January - more information here
  • Criminology exam unit – Summer 2023 - more information via department later in the year

Links and forms will be available early in the autumn term.


If you have just completed your second year at ASFC, re-sits are not offered to improve your overall grade in any of our qualifications.


Your certificates won't arrive into college until late in the autumn term, so you will be able to collect them from main reception in January. We will remind you that certificates are available via college's social media accounts. Any certificates that aren't collected within one year are destroyed and replacements will be charged for by the exam boards.