Leaving Certificate Results 2020
Monday 7th September 9am
Results Availability & Access
Leaving Cert results will be available at 9am Monday 7th September through the Candidate Self Service Portal.
On accessing the Self Service Portal, students should download and print their 'Statement of Provisional Results as no hard copy will be available through the schools this year.
receive their results by visiting their school on the date of the results as in previous years. Schools have been advised to provide support to students in an appropriate way on the day, through enabling students to come to the school if they wish at a scheduled time.
however schools have been advised that no discussions
about schools’ estimated marks submitted as part of the Calculated Grades process." Read more...
Leaving Cert Applied students will also be able to view their ‘Statement of Provisional Results’ online. This will show the credits you have achieved. The full ‘Report of Credits and Statement of Provisional Results’ will be issued to your school on 7 September and the school will contact you in relation to this.
The Calculated Grades Student Portal will reopen on 14 September at 9am
and will provide students with further data on their results - Read more ...
7th September - Issue of results to students & schools
7th Sept - UCAS offers received by students.
11th Sept - CAO Round 1 offers issued to students
14th Sept - Student Portal re-opens providing additional data on student grades
14th Sept - Appeals Application Process Opens 9am
16th Sept - Appeals Application Process closes 5pm
16th Sept - 3pm - Acceptance cut off for Round 1 CAO Offers
23rd Sept - CAO Round 2 offers issued to students
25th Sept - 12pm - Acceptance cut off for Round 2 CAO Offers
More Resources & Helplines 2020
The National Parents Council Post Primary
In association with the Irish Independent, The ICG, the Dept. of Ed and supported by the GAA, the NPCPP run a Helpline every year for Students, Parents and advisors . The HelpLine: 1800 265 165 will open
Monday 7th & Tuesday 8th 11am – 8pm,
Wednesay 8th 11am - 2pm,
Thursday 10th 11am - 2pm,
Friday 12th 12pm - 8pm,
Saturday 17th 11am - 5pm.
CareersPortal.ie has an online points calculator
and a Mobile App
which allows students to check what CAO Points
they have achieved, based on their Leaving Cert results. Students also have quick and easy access to the CourseFinder+
on CareersPortal, which shows the latest available course points information and the points history for all Higher Education and CAO Courses, together with QQI links.
UL Maths Exam Provides 2nd Chance for Students
The University of Limerick (UL) offer a special entrance maths exam for students who achieve sufficient CAO entry points and satisfy all other entrance requirements but did not achieve the requisite grade in Mathematics (Ordinary or Honours) to enter a science and engineering course. Further information and application forms here
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