Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice and guidance

Meeting the conditions of your offer

You have until 31 August to meet the academic conditions of any offers you have received. So, if there is a delay to the publication of exam results it should not impact any of your offers being confirmed.

There are no changes to the examination timetables – if any changes are made, UCAS will contact you to let you know what this means for your application.

If an extension to this date is necessary, UCAS will let you know as soon as they can. In the past, universities have taken mitigating circumstances into account when assessing applications or changes to exam results due to events beyond your control.

If you have any concerns around an interview, audition or university open day or taster course, you need to contact the university or college direct.


International students

Currently, we’re aware of changes to some English language tests:

  • Cambridge Assessment English – C1 Advanced and C2 Proficiency tests.
  • IELTS.
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE).
  • TOEFL.
  • Trinity College London – Integrated Skills in English (ISE).

Assessment arrangements and availability of results for international qualifications may also change.

More information can be found at the websites of the international awarding bodies below:

  • Cambridge Assessment International Education.
  • College Board AP updates.
  • Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE).
  • International Baccalaureate.
  • Oxford International AQA Examinations.
  • Pearson Edexcel International Advanced Levels.

Further information

Please note, individual universities may also decide to get in touch with you to offer support and discuss any specific requirements.

This advice is from UCAS.com. Please check ucas.com for latest information.

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