Scotland Exam Results Day 2022: When are the SQA exam results out? Date, time and how to get help


Scotland SQA exam results day is almost here. Thousands of students across the country eagerly await the results of their National 4, National 5, Superior or Advanced Superior diplomas.

Following the Covid pandemic, it is the first time in three years that young people have to take exams in Scotland.

Exams confirmed by the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) will be graded more “generously” in response to such a disruptive time for students.

Scotland’s SQA exam results day is fast approaching (Getty Images)

Here’s everything parents and students need to know, including when results are released, how they’ll be received, and what to do if you need help.

When is Scotland Results Day 2022? At what date and time will the results be published?

Results day will be Tuesday, August 9, 2022. Student certificates will arrive in the mail that morning.

And, if you signed up for My SQA, the results will arrive by text or email the same day. These messages should arrive from 8 a.m. on August 9.

But, if you’re not registered with My SQA, don’t worry – you won’t receive an SMS or email, but the results will still come in the mail.

How can I get help with my SQA exam results?

If you or your child need help following the results of the SQA exam, you can contact the SQA helpline on 0345 279 1000.

There is also an application form on the SQA website.

Reach is a Scottish counseling service aimed at supporting children in Scotland. Whereas My rights My say provides confidential support for children aged 12-15 around school support.

How do I appeal an SQA 2022 exam result?

You may be able to appeal a result if it doesn’t seem right to you. For example, if the final grade is lower than the estimate provided by the school or college.

Calls can be made directly by SQA, or by school or college. Students are advised to speak with teachers or center staff as soon as possible to decide if the evidence supports a request for an appeal.

A call may be prioritized if there is a conditional place at a university or college, or a job that depends on your grade.


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