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A Level Results Day »
It’s not long untill A level results day is here and your results are in, but how prepared are you for August 14th? Do you expect to go into clearing or adjustment or are you confident in your results?View More
Clearing 2014 »
Clearing 2014 - think fast and apply for what you know you will be happy doing. Universities have released full listings of the courses that are available and you can check the courses online.View More
Adjustment 2014 »
Last year there was a new installment in Clearing, which is Adjustment. Adjustment is the opposite to Clearing, if you get higher grades than expected you are able to change your university choices.View More
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