If you’ve started one of our courses at another school or college and been given grades for these units, your results will be logged on our databases.
If your new school or college is following the same specification
Your results can be used towards your overall subject grade providing you:
- have completed any coursework units no more than one year before the date of your exam or re-sit
- not have transferred the same coursework marks before.
Every student registered for an Edexcel qualification is given a UCI number. Marks don’t need to be transferred, you just need to make sure that if you’re taking an exam at a new centre you use the same UCI number you were given by your previous centre.
Problems occur when students have two (or more) UCI numbers. In these cases, the UCI numbers need to be merged into one unique number. Your new centre can do this for you.
If your new school or college is using a different exam board or following a different specification
You will need to speak to the exams officer at your school to find out if your marks can be transferred.
Your exams officer will contact the exam board they are using and ask them if you can transfer your marks. The exam board will look at their specification and the specification you have completed and compare the assessment criteria.
Each request will be assessed individually and it won’t always be possible to transfer your marks.