Here's hoping the day goes well - best of luck.
Whatever occurs, remember A-Levels aren't everything. Life will continue to happen - it doesn't just stop if you miss a grade or two.
So it finally happened. Results day. Not that you've been tense waiting.
You've beaten that moment when Ucas Track looked like it might not work.
It soon gave into your demands. Victory!
If you got the grades you need, it's time to celebrate. Your parents are on it.
The night is your time to shine.
You just know the evening is going to go like this.
...but if your grades aren't what you wanted...
...part of you won't be able to believe it.
Though, of course, you'll end up making out like it's not a problem.
And you'll have to cope with your friends.
So now it's decision time. Gap year?
Somehow, something about working at home all year just doesn't appeal...
So you start to read about 'clearing', 'firm choices', 'withdrawal' and so on.
After working your way through every clearing article ever, you're good to go. This is your time to work that phone.
But, uh, yeah. Some of those calls don't go so great.
Then (perhaps through magic) you're put through to an admissions tutor. Who promptly asks you about yourself.
Then it happens. An offer is made.
'Thank you very much. I'll consider your offer.' That's what you say, at least. Your voice strangely calm, your stomach bouncing like a puppy on a leash.
And that's it. Nothing so bad. Now, to make good on your original intentions: time to practice for fresher's week.
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