# Where can I find my GCSE candidate number?

## Where can I find my GCSE candidate number?

According to AQA, which administers GCSE results, you can find this number along the top of any official GCSE materials under the heading “Candidate Number.” Call your testing center directly. AQA further states that individual centers, not the GCSE or any awarding body, allocates candidate numbers.

## What is my candidate number?

Your candidate number appears on your individual examination timetable. Your candidate number can also be found on the Academic and Assessment Information page of Student Self Service.

How long is GCSE candidate number?

four digits
A candidate number is always four digits long, from 0001 to 9999. It’s best if you use the same number for a candidate for all awarding bodies. Once you’ve decided on a candidate number, it can’t be changed for the current exam series.

What does it mean by candidate number?

The candidate number consists of ten digits, the first six digits are the centre number. If a student goes to their centre to sit an examination and they lost their candidate number they need to inform the invigilator immediately and he/she will be able to assist them.

### How do GCSE candidate numbers work?

Candidate number This is a four-digit number, usually allocated by the centre at the time of entry, which candidates will need to write on their question papers. Ensure the four-figure candidate number is unique for the series and that a GCSE candidate does not have the same number as an AS and A Level candidate.

### Are GCSE and A level candidate numbers the same?

yes, it always stays the same if you’re at the same centre.

Is candidate number Same for GCSE and A level?

Ensure the four-figure candidate number is unique for the series and that a GCSE candidate does not have the same number as an AS and A Level candidate. Candidate numbers cannot be changed during a series. If you can, it’s best to use the same candidate number throughout the candidate’s exam career.

How do I find my candidate number Oxford?

Find your candidate number You can locate your candidate number on the Examination and Assessment Information page in Student Self Service or by looking on the top of your individual timetable.

## Does your candidate number change?

Candidate numbers can change between exam series, and can be different if the candidate is entered by another centre.

## Can two people have the same candidate number?

The candidate number should remain the same for all entries and amendments in an examination series. No two candidates at the same centre should have the same candidate number in a specific examination series. A single candidate should not be allocated two different candidate numbers in the same examination series.

Is candidate number always the same?

What is my candidate number RHUL?

Candidate Numbers To view your Candidate Number, you’ll need to log into Campus Connect with your username and password, then: click on the ‘My Studies’ tab and go to the ‘My Study Information’ section. click on the word ‘here’ and your number will appear in a pop-up window.

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