Provisional A Level results:
Provisional GCSE Results
The Exams Office publishes regular updates, available to all. This is a really useful resource and includes all their updates including from JCQ, DfE and all the examination boards. As well as AQA, OCR and Pearson you will find for example City and Guilds and International Examinations.
Follow news releases as they happen from Ofqual, DfE and the exam boards on Twitter, using this Examinations list. For Mathematics use this mini-list for AQA, Edexcel and OCR Maths & MEI Maths. (You can follow these lists without subscribing to Twitter.)
From OCR, a timeline from results through to autumn exams.
The fft education datalab blog has some excellent articles. Posts are published regularly. Keep an eye out for their analysis of the 2021 results. See for interest posts from early 2021, for example, “Has a GCSE grade C/4 lost its value?” and “What are the most popular subject combinations at A-Level?”. This series of posts explores national trends in A-Level, AS-Level and GCSE entries and grades
A great read for understandably anxious students from Professor Kevin Woods and psychologists at Manchester University is this article on the Ofqual Blog, “Feeling worried about grades this year is understandable. Here are some things that might help…”
Use the following links for each exam boards’ results statistics archives.
Ireland: Leaving Certificate 2021
Scotland: Scottish Qualifications Authority