Apply now using your Centre Assessed Grades
After the government announcement on 17 August we are changing the way we respond to applications. UCAS plan to send us the new results by the end of Friday 21 August. However, you can get in touch with us before then to make an application with your Centre Assessed Grades.
Your Centre Assessed Grades (CAG) are the grades your school or college gave you earlier in the year. These were then moderated by an algorithm, which produced the final grade you received on results day. This decision has since been overturned, and all universities will now be using the original Centre Assessed Grades instead.
Centre Assessed Grades are not necessarily the same as the predicted grades that your teachers put on your UCAS form when you originally applied. These grades have been carefully moderated by your school or college.
If you were previously rejected based on your original grades we will be happy to reassess your application using your Centre Assessed Grades instead. If you still do not meet the requirements for your original course, you may be able to find a place on a foundation year instead.
Finding out your Centre Assessed Grades
If you do not already know your Centre Assessed Grades, you can find them out by contacting your school or college.
If you know you want to apply to York St John, you can ask them to send us your Centre Assessed Grades directly when you speak to them. When they do this, they will need to provide your:
- UCAS ID number
- Confirmation of your Centre Assessed Grades.
If you have your CAG confirmed in writing you can use them in your application. You just need to send a scan or clear photograph of the document as evidence.
Remember, they are supporting everyone through this process so it might take some time for them to respond.