Important note for BTEC Level 3 students
Late BTEC results are still coming through from the awarding body, so do continue to check your ProPortal.
If your result is delayed from Pearson, UCAS recommends that you contact your university of choice directly and ask them to hold your place. We recommend that you do this.
There is a national issue affecting the release of some BTEC results from the awarding body (Pearson). We are uploading results manually to ProPortal as we get them. Affected students have been notified by email to your college email address with more detail.
Update on the national BTEC results issue:
Pearson has issued an apology to students. Affected students may contact Pearson on 0345 618 0440. Pearson have offered to contact universities on behalf of affected students to ask that they hold places until full results can be released. (We know that this helpline is very busy.)
- Universities and UCAS are very are of these issues and will support students to secure their places.
- New City College is in regular contact with the awarding body to do all that we can to help to resolve this issue.
- More results will be seen on ProPortal on Monday 22 August.
GCSE and A Level certificates
GCSE and A level certificates will be dispatched to your home address in December. Other qualification certificates will be sent to your home address as and when received from the awarding bodies. You will receive an email to notify you when your certificate will be dispatched. Please keep the college updated with any changes to your home or email address by emailing MIS@ncclondon.ac.uk
Clearing and UCAS
- UCAS applicants who have not met the conditions of their Firm First Choice or Insurance Choice.
- UCAS applicants who no longer wish to take up their Confirmed place, because they have done better than predicted or just changed their mind.
You can release yourself into Clearing by clicking the Decline My Place button in your UCAS Hub. If you do this, you will lose your Confirmed place and cannot change your mind later. UCAS does have warnings on Track to make UCAS applicants aware of this.
If you need any support with Clearing or have any UCAS enquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org to get in touch with our team of Careers Advisers.