Centre Assessed Marks
Centred assessed marks are raw marks awarded by your teachers for your controlled assessment work or components of your qualification assessed outside of your terminal examinations.
These marks are awarded following standardisation across teachers and classes to ensure they are fair and accurate. It is possible to request a review of the marking of your work if you have an identifiable concern. You have 5 days to request a review from the date you receive your marks; more information can be found following the link below or from the exams office.
All centre assessed marks awarded by your teachers are provisional and subject to moderation by the exam board. Moderation by the exam board may leave marks unchanged or result in marks being moved up or down. How these marks convert to grades is only published by exams boards on results day.
Appeals Against Centre Assessed Marks (pdf)
Appeals Against Centre Assessed Marks (docx)