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Anxious wait for A-Level students

Thu, 15 Aug 2019


Students across the Island are facing an anxious wait as they prepare to receive their A-Level results later.

Over 350 students from the Island's five secondary schools will find out their grades which will then determine which university they will go to in order to continue their higher education.

Results day is the culmination of two years of hard work for the 18 year olds.

Research from Leeds Beckett University suggests just one in ten parents understand the clearing process, while many also feel unprepared to support their child through it.

Its deputy vice chancellor Tracey Lancaster has some advice.


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