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Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing
Administering our tests
Exams Officers play a key part in the smooth administration of our tests. We work very closely with schools, colleges and open centres, and build strong relationships with them. As an Exams Officer, you are a vital part of that relationship. Without you, it would be impossible to successfully run and administer our tests.
For detailed information about our results processes download the relevant guide(s) below.
Results Online user guide – candidates
Results Online user guide – centres
To access candidate test results, visit our Results Online system. You will need to be registered to do this.
The Results Online website is a secure facility which allows candidates and registered centres to retrieve results for the following admissions tests:
BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT) – September
Centres do not have access to results for BMAT – September. Test-takers need to log in to their Metritests account to view their results and share them with their chosen institution(s).
Test of Mathematics for University Admission
Centres can access results for this test via our Results Online website.
Test-takers will need to use the Metritests website where they will be able to share their results with universities. Test-takers will be given the log in details for their results on Metritests on the Confidential Results Information (CRI) sheet which you give to test-takers on the test day. This is the only way they can share results with some universities, so it is very important you provide the CRI sheet to them on the test day. Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing and the centres cannot share results on test-takers’ behalf for this test.
Results for the following tests are not published automatically:
University of Oxford
University of Cambridge
University of Oxford: applicants may request their results as part of the usual feedback process.
University of Cambridge: feedback will normally be provided as part of Cambridge’s usual feedback process.
Imperial College London: MAT applicants can request feedback as part of the usual feedback process.
University of Warwick: MAT applicants can request feedback as part of the usual feedback process.
To find out about results for any other tests, visit the test’s page.
We cannot reissue candidate PINs for security reasons. If a student has lost their PIN, they will need to ask the Exams Officer at the centre where they took the test to download a Statement of Results on their behalf.