This year A Level results day is being held on 10th August 2021, in England and Scotland. Here is our guide to results day, regardless of whether you meet your firm offer or not:
It’s a good idea to take a pen and paper with you, your UCAS letter with your UCAS number and conditional grades offer information, contact details for your firm and insurance offers.
If you think that you might go through Clearing then it’s also worth buying a copy of The Daily Telegraph as this is only newspaper that publishes a full list of Clearing course vacancies.
Congratulations! You don’t need to do anything except wait for UCAS to send you your AS12 letter through the post.
If your results are better than you expected then you have the option to go through Adjustment to look for a place at a university that requires higher entry results. You’ll have five days to do this from the day that your conditional offer changes to an unconditional offer.
This can be disappointing but don’t worry – Clearing is your chance to get a place at a different university or on a different course. Get on the UCAS Track website and find your Clearing Number. Then put together a list of potential universities and courses you might be interested in and start phoning.
Congratulations! Just like with meeting a firm offer you don’t need to do anything except wait for your AS12 letter in the post.
Once you’ve received this letter you’ll need to use the change of circumstances for (CO1) to update your student loan information.
If this happens you’ll see UCC (unconditional changed course) on your UCAS Track page. You’ll have five days to decide whether to accept this offer. If you decline this offer then you’ll go to your insurance offer (if they accepted you) or go into Clearing.