The 2021 A-level exams have been cancelled but students will still receive grades
This summer's A-level and AS-level exams have been cancelled, so where does that leave everyone?
If you were due to sit your A-level or AS-level exams this year, you will still be given grades. These will be determined by your teachers.
Exams regulator Ofqual has confirmed a system where schools and colleges can use a combination of mock exams and coursework to decide what those grades will be.
Teachers will be asked to submit these grades to the exam boards by 18 June.
For more detailed information on how everything will work take a look at Ofqual's guide for students.
When is A-level results day 2021?
A-level results day is on Tuesday 10 August.
This is two weeks earlier than planned - the release of results had previously been scheduled for 24 August.
Bringing results day forward is intended to provide more time for students to appeal against any results that may have affected their university application.
These decisions about exams and results day have been based on a public consultation run by Ofqual. The consultation had more than 100,000 responses - you can find more details about what the consultation covered on our sister site The Uni Guide.