The University of Oxford was, until 1995, involved in school examining through the work of two examination boards that set and administered O and A level and GCSE examinations and their predecessors such as School Certificate.
1. The University of Oxford Delegacy of Local Examinations
2. The Oxford and Cambridge Schools Examination Board
In 1995, both of these boards were abolished and their functions, including verification of most past results, were transferred to the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate which now operates under the brand name of Cambridge Assessment. The Division of Cambridge Assessment that deals with GCSE, O and A level results is OCR (contact details given below).
Application for verification of results of examinations set by these two boards should be made as follows:
Oxford University Delegacy of Local Examinations
For results up to 1955, contact us.
For results after 1955, contact OCR
Oxford and Cambridge Schools Examination Board
For all results, contact OCR
OCR Information and contacts
OCR may be contacted via their website at www.ocr.org.uk .
Guidance on the application procedure for verification of results can be found on the OCR website at Lost Certificates. OCR does not hold any information about school examinations held outside the UK. International school examinations are administered by Cambridge International Examinations.