Information for students regarding A Level, Vocational and GCSE results

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Results will be sent to you via email on the morning of the below dates:

Tuesday 10th August – A Level & Level 3 Vocational results

Important information regarding your Level 3 A Level or Vocational results

On Tuesday 10th August, from 8am, all Level 3 results for Vocational and A Levels will be released following the government's assessment approach of Teacher Assessed Grades (TAGs) for summer 2021. You will receive an email with your results from 8am. Please be aware we are sending out a significant number of results at the same time and our system may take up to 2 hours to deliver to your email address. 

If you have not received your grade(s) by 10.15am please call us on 01279 868114 or email

If you have a query with your A Level result please email with your name, PSN, contact number and a brief outline of your query and we will contact you back ASAP.

If you have a query with your Vocational result please email with your name, PSN, contact number and a brief outline of your query and we will contact you back ASAP.

If you would like support from the careers guidance team to discuss your progression options please email

Should you wish to appeal your Teacher Assessed Grade (TAG) please read our Teacher Assessed Grades (TAGs) Academic Appeals Policy and Procedure for 2020/2021, complete the relevant form and email this to

The College will follow the procedure set out in the above policy in line with our TAGs Centre Policy Summer 2021

There are very tight deadlines and the table below sets out timescales so it is essential that you DO NOT delay. 

Appeal Type

Type Description

Latest Deadline for Students to Appeal

Priority Appeals

For example, those on which university places depend. This includes ALL UAL qualifications.

16th August

Non-Priority Appeals

Where the timing of the result of the appeal will not impact on learner progression (i.e. moving from Level 2 to Level 3 at Harlow College)

3rd September

If you require any further support or information, advice or guidance please email on

Thursday 12th August – Level 2 Vocational and GCSE results 

Important information regarding your Level 2 Vocational and GCSE results

On Thursday 12th August, from 8.30am all Level 2 results for Vocational Teacher Assessed Grades (TAGs) and GCSE qualifications will be released following the government's assessment approach of TAGs for summer 2021. You will receive an email with your results from 8.30am. Please be aware we are sending out a significant number of results at the same time and our system may take up to 2 hours to deliver to your email address. 

If you have not received your grade(s) by 10.15am please call us on 01279 868114 or email

If you have a query with your result please email with you name, PSN, contact number and a brief outline of your query and we will contact you back directly.

If you would like support from the careers guidance team to discuss your progression options please email

Should you wish to Appeal your Teacher Assessed grade please read our Teacher Assessed Grades (TAGs) Academic Appeals Policy and Procedure for 2020/2021, complete the relevant form and email this to

The College will follow the procedure set out in the above policy in line with our TAGs Centre Policy Summer 2021

There are very tight deadlines and the table below sets out timescales so it is essential that you DO NOT delay. 

Appeal Type

Type Description

Latest Deadline for Students to Appeal

Priority Appeals

for example, those on which university places depend

16th August

Non-Priority Appeals

where the timing of the result of the appeal will not impact on learner progression (i.e. moving from Level 2 to Level 3 at Harlow College)

3rd September

If you require any further support or information, advice or guidance please email on

Qualifications not listed above may be released on different dates. For further information on these please contact 

In the meantime, if you require any further support or information, advice or guidance please email 

Good luck with your results!