Monday, 20 July 2015

Received your BTEC results? Check what happens with them...

It's that time of year again when results for the different BTEC qualifications start rolling in from Edexcel. The results go through a slightly different process to others, and in this blog post we’ll explain how it works.

Once a week, until mid-September, we receive a batch of results from Edexcel, the awarding body for BTEC qualifications. When we receive your results we match them to your application and send them to your uni choices.

Next, it’s up to the uni to update your application with their decision. Your Track status will change when this has happened – if you're unsure what your status means you can find out on our 'What your results mean' page.

Providing you've got the grades the uni set in the conditions of your offer, your place will be confirmed once they've received your results. Remember, there might be additional requirements you need to complete, such as health checks or sending proof of your past qualifications, so make sure you read all the conditions carefully.

If you get your results before the university receives them from us, you could get in touch with them to ask if you can pass them on yourself.

If you know you haven't met the conditions for your firm and insurance choice, but they're waiting for your results to be confirmed or for the results of other qualifications to be published before they make a decision, it's a good idea to be prepared and look into Clearing.

Do you have any questions about your UCAS application? If so, contact our advisers on Facebook and Twitter and they’ll be more than happy to help.



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