OxfordAQA is a joint venture between Oxford University Press, a department of the University of Oxford, and AQA, the UK's leading academic awarding body.Drawing on over 100 years of exams experience, OxfordAQA is meticulous about how the qualifications are developed. For more information about the qualifications, please visit the OxfordAQA Official Website.

Private candidates may enter for OxfordAQA qualifications via the British Council offices in China, Egypt, Indonesia, Jordan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and the United Arab Emirates.

Schools that deliver OxfordAQA qualifications may choose to join the British Council's Partner Schools Global Network, where British Council will provide essential exam administration services for A Level or International GCSE exams, along with enhanced support for school leaders, teachers, parents and students.

Registration and Exams Dates

The registration for the OxfordAQA October/November 2022 session is open now.

Registration Levels

British Council Registration Window

Normal stage 14 September 2022
Late fee stage 1 05 October 2022

Private candidates in Saudi Arabia click here to register

Fees and Terms of Payments

Registration Process

Click here to acess Oxford AQA registration portal

Contact us if you have any problem during the process of your application.


  • Candidates should report to the venue at least 30 minutes before the scheduled time of the exam.
  • Candidates must bring the same National ID or passport used at registration. If any candidates under 18 need to be collected after the end of the tests, the parent(s), guardian(s), any other authorized person(s) must present to the invigilators the original copy of ID which matches the scanned copy uploaded onto our exam registration system.
  • Candidates can bring writing instruments into the exam room. No mobile phones, books, dictionaries, papers or any other devices are allowed unless approved for that subject.

Results and Certificates


The announcement of October/November 2022 series result:

October/November 2022 exam result:

  • International GCSE result will be released on 12 January 2023

Candidates will be informed via email.

Exam Certificate

Certificate of October/November 2022 series will be released early March 2023

Candidates will be informed via email.



Candidates who register for the OxfordAQA exams at our centre may submit a request for a provisional statement of results attesting service at our centre. Candidates should submit an application on our online system and make payment accordingly. 

Late Cash-in Request

After the result release date, candidates can make a late request for the award (Late cash-in) for the current exam session. For Jan 2020 exam session, extra fee will be charged if the application is submitted after 17:00 25th March 2020. For May/June 2020 exam session, extra fee will be charged if the application is submitted after 17:00 3rd September 2020. Please consult with the staff of the British Council for more detail.


Candidates who register for the OxfordAQA exams at our centre may submit their enquiries about results within the period set by OxfordAQA and the British Council. We are unable to process any enquiries about results for candidates from other test centres. Applicants should submit an application on our exams registration system, and make the online payment as required. The price and deadline for submitting an enquiry about results for the 2019 Nov exam series will be posted later.

OxfordAQA Results Enquiries

Service number Description
1. Clerical re-check A check of all clerical procedures which lead to us issuing a result. It makes sure all parts of the exam paper have been marked, marks have been recorded/added up correctly and special consideration has been applied (where appropriate).
2.Review of marking A review of marking of units/components by a senior examiner and it includes the re-checks detailed in Service 1.
ATSCATS  Copy of reviewed or clerical checked scripts:  It includes a copy of reviewed exam paper, but should be requested at the same time with Service1 or Service 2

For other Enquires about Result service available, please contact us.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1: What is Unique Candidate Identifier (UCI)?

A unique candidate identifier (UCI) is a unique reference to candidate and lasts for the duration of their study career. It is used for aggregation of unit results for modular exams. Each candidate will only have one UCI number no matter which test centre he or she comes from. It can be found on the Statement of Entry. For the first time test taker, the UCI will be created by the centre and please input “NA” in the registration form. While for the registered candidates, please keep using the previous UCI in all the exam sessions, blank UCI or wrong UCI may render your aggregation void. 

Q2: How to deal with the time clash between different exams?

1)  For timetable clash between multiple subjects of OxfordAQA exams registered at our centre, we will make re-arrangement accordingly. Candidates should refer to the Confirmation Letter for the final timetable. Candidates sitting these two exams will be under full centre supervision during the interval, which they will not be permitted to use mobile phones and any other electronic devices or communicate with other candidates.

2) We are unable to make any rearrangement for timetable clash between OxfordAQA and other exams (e.g. Cambridge International, Pearson Edexcel). Candidates should avoid this kind of time clash before registering for exams.

Q3: Could I register at different centres at the same time?

Within the same exam series, candidates can register for the exams of different subjects at different centres, but not the same subject at different centres. Please also note that if you register for exams at different centres within the same exam series, it may lead to problems like failure to rearrange timetable clash, any loss caused by this will be borne by the candidates themselves. Therefore, registering for all exams at one test centre is highly recommended.

Q4: What is OxfordAQA International A-Level Cash-in?

OxfordAQA International A-Level Cash-in is the process of combining the unit grades under the applied subjects in accordance with the regulations of OxfordAQA. Each subject has a unique cash-in code for its AS-Level and A-Level, which is four digits codes starts with 96. The appropriate cash-in code should be submitted in the application. 

Q5: Are my results of each unit and qualification only valid for a set number of years?

All the results and qualifications remain valid.

Q6: Notice to Under-18 Candidates

While registering under 18 candidates at our centre, the parents and/or guardians should:

1) Read carefully the Minor Safety Regulations on our exams registration system

2) Download and complete the relevant documents

3) Indicate how the candidate will leave the test venue after the exams, and upload relevant documents as required

4) On test day, parents, guardians or any other authorized person(s) must present to the invigilators the original copy of ID which matches the scanned copy uploaded onto our exam registration system.