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    On my AS year and I come back from holidays on 25/26 August. Is it possible to have it mailed like for GCSE's or do I still have to collect it at my college after the results day?
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    You can get your school to email them to you that's what I did
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    Ask your school what the options are. It depends on the school. If they wont e-mail then you might be able to get someone to pick them up on your behalf if you authorise them.
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    Last year I couldn't attend results day because I was in Sweden so they send my results by post. I never even told them that I'll be on holiday, colleges/sixth forms normally do this.
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    ah thank god. cheers.
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    (Original post by DeCruz)
    ah thank god. cheers.
    No problem.
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    In your opinion is it more stressful collecting your AS results from school or having them emailed to you?
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    (Original post by Abdulrazig)
    In your opinion is it more stressful collecting your AS results from school or having them emailed to you?
    When I collected my GCSE results at school, I was more relaxed because I had my friends and teachers around me on the day. To be honest, I don't know how I'd feel and react differently opening it alone at home. I think the pressure would be the same, and instead of friends and teachers around me, it would be my parents which would probably be more difficult.
 
 
 
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