It has been a difficult few years for pupils, and as such the exams will be marked in a way that will 'recognise the disruption experienced by students taking exams in 2022'
As A-Level results day fast approaches, it's vital to be fully prepared and know what to expect. So when will you see your results? What should you do next? All you questions answered.
Students will find out their results on Thursday, August 18
Ucas has also taken into account data on free school meals – an indicator of disadvantage – in offers for the first time this year.
With exam results due, Dorset’s young people are being thanked for their hard work and resilience.
Results will be released on Thursday, August 18, along with results for AS level, Level 3 Certificate, Functional Skills and Level 3 Extended…
Grades are expected to be down on 2021 but higher than pre-pandemic.
Student Minds is urging any students who may be struggling or feeling overwhelmed to access its free support service, Student Space
One university blamed the error for showing more than 500 as available when they should not have been.
If you did not get the grades to attend your preferred university or college, do not worry, you still have plenty of options
A-level top grades have seen the biggest fall ever registered in the 70-year history of the qualification - with 80,000 fewer entries awarded A or A* compared with last year.
Though the experience can feel quite stressful, your college’s course advice service will be able to talk you through the next steps.
Find out about UCAS Clearing and how you can use it to apply to university.
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They are the first exam-based results since 2019
Near-record number make grades for first or second choice universities, Ucas says