If you’ve just received your exam results and you’ve already received an offer to study with King’s,please log on to your UCAS Track account at www.ucas.com .
If your place is now showing as Unconditional Firm, congratulations! Your place at King's is now confirmed, and you do not need to take any further steps to secure your place. You will be hearing from us soon with further information about your course We ask that you avoid calling us on Thursday 16 August and Friday 17 August unless you have an urgent question, so that we are able to assist other students.
If you have not met the conditions of your offer, or have other questions about your offer, please read these FAQs carefully:
Notifying King's of your results:
Do I need to send my exam results to King's?
Will King's accept uncertified A-level results (results which aren't "cashed in")?
UCAS will automatically send King’s your exam results if you are studying A-levels, SQA Highers/Advanced Highers, BTEC Nationals and Cambridge Pre-U. We should also have your IB results if your school or college has agreed to send them through the IB organization or UCAS. To find out which results will be sent to us automatically, please refer to the UCAS webpages.
For all other results, including English language proficiency tests (such as IELTS, TOEFL) please scan and upload your official paper copy to the myApplication system for verification as soon as possible, if you have not already done so. The system will be unavailable temporarily from the evening of Friday 9 August, but will reopen at 9am on Thursday 16 August.
We are only able to accept cashed in A-level results. Please contact your school or college to discuss cashing in your grades and receiving the final results.
Finding out if you have met your offer:
How will I find out my results?
Will King’s be able to tell me my grades?
You should check UCAS Track at www.ucas.com to check your offer status on Thursday 16 August, and go to your school/college to collect your exam results.
If your status on UCAS Track is showing as Unconditional Firm, your place will be secure – there is no need to contact us. Thank you for helping us keep lines free to assist other students with urgent queries.
What happens if I do not meet all the conditions of my offer?
Unfortunately no, your exam results should be sent to your school or college, or you should follow any other instructions you have been given by your exam boards.
I have met part of the English language test condition of my offer, but have not met the conditions in one skill area. Will you accept this test result?
You must meet the exact terms of your offer in order to take up your place on the programme (e.g. if your offer was AAB, you are not considered to have met your offer if your grades are A*AC).
If you were very close to meeting the conditions of your offer, your application may have been given further consideration - please note though that our decision will take into account the results of other applicants and the number of spaces available on the programme. King’s will notify UCAS of our final decision and you will be able to see this on UCAS Track.
If we are unable to confirm your place, we hope that you will be successful with your insurance choice.
You must meet the exact conditions of your offer in order to take up your place on the programme. Some of the less competitive programmes may be able to consider students who are very close to but do not quite meet all the conditions of the English language exam, but only if there are places available on the programme after the A-level results are released. Please be aware that changes to government legislation mean that we have to be very strict on applicants meeting our English Language requirements.
No English language test results that are below the College minimum will be considered.