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    Should i check on Ucas Track or just go in to school for my A Level results like everyone else?
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    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/t138742.html

    it says on that thread 7am, but its most likely 11am apparently

    Really you need to go into college and collect your results
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    I'll check on UCAS track, right up until I leave for school
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    Me too. I guess that even though i'm scared to see a big red decline , i'll at least have an advantage if i fail. I can go in to clearing earlier and think of excuses.
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    I don't even dare open my results let alone let and internet page load up before I've even gone to school lol....
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    My theory is that if I check and I've been accepted, then I can go into school not worrying about what results I've got because I'm in.

    If I've not been accepted then I can prepare myself for what's ahead.

    I feel better that way, others might feel different about it
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    (Original post by sexysax)
    My theory is that if I check and I've been accepted, then I can go into school not worrying about what results I've got because I'm in.

    If I've not been accepted then I can prepare myself for what's ahead.

    I feel better that way, others might feel different about it
    I dont see the difference. It's not what grades you get, it's whether or not you can get into your university. Fine I guess it might prepare you for getting a U or something, but for most people, it's just going to be a B instead of an A, or a C instead of a B.

    Then again, if that's what makes you comfortable, then good for you - I on the other hand am worried sick and dont have much to comfort myself with.
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    (Original post by EvenInBlackOut)
    Should i check on Ucas Track or just go in to school for my A Level results like everyone else?
    It's up to you. For me, I would check UCAS track, as it's live early. It's tempting to check it.
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    no im not eveytim i go on to ucas ive always got bad news. do u know what it says if you dont get in. (not that i wont find out soon)
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    So what is the time that you will know on ucas track whether you are accepted or not? I know that clearing lists become available at midnight but will we know at midnight or 7am?
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    (Original post by jmzcherry)
    So what is the time that you will know on ucas track whether you are accepted or not? I know that clearing lists become available at midnight but will we know at midnight or 7am?
    I don't think you can know if you are accepted at midnight.
 
 
 

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