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Top Tips For Results Day 2016

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Whether you’re dreading your exam results or you’re excited about them, here are some top tips for results day 2016. Exam results day is a big event, regardless of whether you’re getting GCSE or A-level results.  Avoid working yourself into a panic before the big day by following our top tips below. Eat breakfast before getting your exam results It ... Read More »

Is Clearing For Those Not Good Enough For Uni?

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Clearing is a process offered from results day (August 18) until  September 20 2016 – but some question – is clearing for those not good enough for uni? Universities can now offer as many places as they like and lots of you are finding that it is easier to get offers because universities are competing to attract students.  A survey ... Read More »

What is Clearing and Adjustment?

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Follow our guide to the dos and don’ts of dealing with Clearing and Adjustment on A-level results day. The Clearing and Adjustment processes may sound daunting but our guide makes them simple to understand… The Clearing process If you don’t get the grades you need for your first-choice university, the Clearing process enables you to search for a place at ... Read More »

Adjustment and Clearing Explained

Find out all about what to do if your results are either better or worse that you were expecting with our quick adjustment and clearing guide What is the adjustment process? So, your results are better than you expected? Well done! But what should you do now? You could simply accept the place you’ve been offered at your first choice ... Read More »

What you need to do for UCAS Clearing

Our clear and simple six point guide to university clearing through UCAS. Talk to a careers advisor at your school, college or local careers office to get help deciding which courses and subjects would be right for you. Look at the course vacancies. Official vacancy lists are published on the UCAS website and in The Telegraph newspaper. Things change very quickly so ... Read More »

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