Preparing to collect your final results? Support is available to secure your future plan.

On Thursday 17th AugustA level results are available for collection in person from Dudley Sixth building or online at MyDudleyCollege from 8.30am onwards. We’d love to share the excitement with you, and we hope you want to share the excitement with your fellow students, so please come and join us on this big day.
On Thursday 17th August, T Level and Level 3 BTEC results are available online at MyDudleyCollege from 8.30am onwards. There will be a service available for students who wish to collect them in person at the Broadway campus, Exams office, Room A26 from 09:30 until 15:30 hours. Results cannot be collected in person elsewhere.
If you have forgotten your credentials to access your MyDudleyCollege account or to access ProPortal Please contact: [email protected]
If you need to speak to somebody about your grades, please contact the college’s Examinations Team on [email protected] or 01384 363 099, who will advise and support you.
Full details regarding how you can appeal your grades is available through the Joint Council for Qualifications at: JCQ Appeals FAQs Summer 2023 If you believe your results are wrong and the College agrees they will be able to log an appeal with your examining board. You cannot do this directly yourself. You may decide to challenge an A Level, BTEC or another result if:
  • Your school or college made an error when sending information to the exam board
  • Your school or college believes the result is incorrect
  • You have proof of wrongdoing against you, such as discrimination
The exam board will review your result and change the grade if they agree it’s wrong. If your request a review remember your grade could be re-marked above or below the original grade.
If you asked for a review of your results and aren’t satisfied with the decision, you can appeal to:
  • Ofqual (Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation) if you’re in England
  • WJEC (Welsh Joint Education Committee) if you’re in Wales
  • CCEA (Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment) if you’re in Northern Ireland.
You’ll typically have to appeal within 15 days after getting a decision on your review. You’ll have to go through your school or college to appeal to your exam board. Your work won’t be re-marked but the exam board will look at the evidence provided by your school or college and assess whether you were given a reasonable grade. Your exam board will keep you informed of the status of your appeal. If it rejects your appeal, it’ll explain why. In our experience your appeal will take between 2 to 4 weeks to go through. Your exam board will aim to process your appeal as soon as possible, but the time it takes will depend on the number of appeals they have to process. If you have an offer of a university place, you should let them know about your appeal, whilst the process is running. You may find you may still be able to secure your place, despite this.
In addition to your Tutors, members of our Careers Team will be on hand on results day to support you, whether you want to progress on to a university place, move to the next level of study at Dudley College of Technology or the Black Country & Marches Institute of Technology, or want to secure a job or Apprenticeship place.
Lee Salt Head of Student Services at Dudley College and Dudley Sixth said: “We know results day doesn’t always go smoothly for a small number of students, even though the vast majority get into university, an apprenticeship or employment without a hitch. We would urge students to stay calm and seek advice if they are unsure on their next steps. We will be able to support with UCAS, making job applications or simply talking through options with one of our independent Careers Advisors. There’s usually a positive outcome if you are willing to modify your plans a little.“ To find out more about HE courses or apprenticeship options at Dudley College of Technology and the Black Country and Marches Institute of Technology, visit the Black Country and Marches IoT website and Dudley College of Technology’s apprenticeship pages.