A Level results day is right around the corner and students everywhere will be going through many ups and downs leading up to, and after, the big day.
But don’t worry! We’ve got some helpful tips on how to prepare for results day; you’ll be well organised and ready for whatever results day throws at you.
Talk about it
If you’re nervous or anxious, talk about it. Tell your family or friends how you feel and remember; bottling up stress can make it worse, so it’s important to share.
There are thousands of students waiting to get their results, so head to social media to find them and chat. You could always head to The Student Room to find forums; it’s a great place to find answers to questions.
Plan the day
Find out where and when you can collect your results. Schools and Colleges are normally open quite early for students to pick up their results.
Get in touch with your mates and arrange to go together, or if your parents are available take them with you.
You may find it difficult to fall asleep as we get closer to results day, but don’t stress; it’s natural. There are a few things you can do to help!
Get active and workout! Download that ab challenge app you keep swiping past or why not go for a quick jog to help you burn some energy.
Try to keep yourself busy with a part-time job or plan lots of things with your friends; here are 8 things to do this summer written by our very own Alice.
To help you drift off, we’ve put together a handy playlist on Spotify – give it a listen!
Find out what Clearing is about
Some students don’t get the results they expect and can sometimes think it’s the end of their academic careers, but it isn’t!
Clearing offers students the opportunity to find a course at a different university. To give you a head start, we’ve put together everything you need to know about Clearing.
We want to wish you the best of luck for results day, our top tip is to be well prepared for every eventuality. Remember, we’re here to help if you need advice; call us on 0800 073 1225 or visit our Clearing website for more information.