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Students have a right to see how their A-levels and GCSEs were marked


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Ahead of results day the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has reminded A-level and GCSE students of their right to see details of how their exams were marked.

Under the Data Protection Act students can ask to see information including:

 

  • A breakdown of their marks


  • Examiners’ comments


  • Minutes of examination appeals panels


  • Details of how to request the information can be found on our

    exam results page.


David Smith, Deputy Commissioner and Director of Data Protection, said:

“The Data Protection Act gives students the right to see some exam related material. The information may not lead to their grades being altered, but it could help them to make important decisions about their future, such as whether to re-sit an exam.”

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