It is the time of summer that many students have been anticipating/dreading all summer. A-level results day is finally here.
Many young people across the country will nervously open envelopes this morning to find out if they have done enough to get into the college of their choice.
This year marks the first time since before the pandemic that grades have been based on end-of-year exams, as they returned for the first time this past summer.
But, at what time will those important results be published?
Here is everything you need to know.
What time are the A-Level results published?
Level A results come out today (Thursday, August 18) and should be available in 8 a.m.
Students will be able to receive A-level, AS-level and some BTEC National results. For the first time, the T-level results will also be published on the same day.
T-levels are a new post-GCSE technical qualification that take two years to complete and are equivalent to three A-levels.
Students divide their inclination between the classroom and placements within their chosen industry
They began in the fall of 2020 and students receive a pass, merit, distinction, or distinction*.
How do students get their results?
There are a couple of ways to receive results on the day.
The first is that all students can meet at their school or university to collect the results in person and be there to congratulate or comfort each other at the opening.
However, other schools may only post results online, so it’s best to check with your school before uploading to receive results.
Alternatively, those who have applied for a university course, the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) will start updating their systems from 8.15 am
Results may take a few hours to update in UCAS, so please be patient if you don’t see results by 8:15am
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