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Need some guidance to prepare for A Level Results Day? Career Connect has some tips and advice to help you get the best outcome….

On A Level Results Day, remember: COVID19 is still here

Don’t be disappointed if you cannot see (and hug) school or college friends or celebrate your results on A Level Results Day. Practicing social distancing is still essential and will help to prevent further spread of the virus. Remember to take your mask and hand sanitizer with you as this will also stop the spread of the virus.

When You Know Your Results:

UCAS Offers:

Clearing – Steps to follow:

  1. Seek Advice – speak to your school/college careers adviser.
  2. See what courses are available – you will find these on the UCAS website.
  3. Talk to universities and colleges directly. All universities and colleges have Clearing hotlines open throughout results day. Make sure you have your Clearing number (which will appear on your Track home page) and your UCAS ID Number. You must have a verbal offer of a place before you can add a choice online.
  4. Add your choice – click ‘add a clearing choice’ and fill in all the details of the course.
  5. Don’t panic! Do your research. The full track service will be available from 3pm on 16th August. Use the time to do your research.

Alternatives to HE:

If you don’t want to go to university and have not applied for an apprenticeship or a job, it’s not too late. Seek advice from your school/college careers advisor first.

Some useful websites for A Level Results Day:

Useful Phone Numbers on A Level Results Day:

Local university clearing hotline numbers:

If you’re looking for some advice on GCSE Results Day, check out our tips & advice on this page.


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