Everything you need to know about collecting your A Level and GCSE results
A Level Results Day: Thursday 16 August 2018
You will be able to collect your A Level results from 8.30am at Booth Lane on Thursday, 16 August.
They will be available to collect until 12pm on Friday, 17 August, after which time they will be posted to your home address.
Don’t worry if you didn’t quite get the results you were hoping for, there will be plenty of staff available to discuss your options with you.
GCSE results day: Thursday 23 August 2018
You will be able to collect your GCSE results on Thursday, 23 August from 8.30am at Booth Lane and Daventry (depending on where you sat your exams).
For both A Level and GCSE results days
Please ensure you bring along photographic ID when collecting your results – your College ID card is ideal. Alternatively your driving licence or passport will be fine.
If you are unable to collect your results in person, you can nominate someone to collect them on your behalf. However, they will need to bring a letter from yourself giving them permission to do so as well as their own photographic ID.
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