SQA Exam Results 2022

All pupils should have received their exam results today, either through the online text/e-mail service or by post. Anyone who requires an appeal for a place at university or college in 2022 will need to request a Priority Appeal using the link below.


You will also need to contact the school at the same time to tell us which University or College the appeal is for and the name of the course. Priority Appeals must be submitted by candidates via the address above by 16 August.

Please read the information sent to all exam candidates by the SQA during the summer holidays. A copy of the booklet is available to read/download here and below. Page 8 points out that grades can also be moved down. It is for this reason that we would suggest that you do not appeal for a result if you have already been accepted for university/college in case a result which is downgraded means you no longer meet the entry requirements.

Non-priority appeals are those where a university or college place for 2022 is not dependent on a change of result and should be registered via the SQA address above by 30 August.

Further information is also available on the SQA website: https://www.sqa.org.uk/sqa/79049.html

Study Leave Letter and Exam Timetables

Click the link below to open the study leave letter issued to all S4, S5 and S6 pupils this week through PSE and PE. Anyone who hasn’t received this or their school exam timetable should come and collect them from the school office as soon as possible.

We have changed some of the exam times from those published in the SQA’s exam timetable. Pupils must use the school exam timetable issued to them this week for the correct date, time, room and seat number for their exams. Finally, if their name or address on the timetables is incorrect, please let the school office know within the next week.