How to prepare for a level results dayWatch
What Happens on Results Day - https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/res...el-results-day
What Universities might decide - https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/res...on-results-day
Go shopping - https://www.ucas.com/connect/blogs/b...ake-university
Make sure you can find all necessary documents (e.g. your GCSE results) and have a re-read of your PS in case you are asked about it by universities.
However, there's not an awful lot you can do in advance, so try to relax and chill out if you can!
A Level Results day can certainly feel stressful and especially after the past year and a half we've been through it's understandable to feel even more overwhelmed by everything. My top tip is along the lines of what SarcAndSpark has said! Try to keep a cool head as best as you can. If you get your results then great! If you don't- it's not the end of the world. Your university will still have an opportunity to consider your grades and offer you a place if you slightly miss your conditions, so it's not a definite you won't be successful if you don't get what you need. If you're calling universities to check anything, keep calm and explain your situation clearly. Bear in mind it's a mega busy time for Admissions teams and they'll be doing the best they can to get through applications, and the person on the end of the phonecall will do their best to help you.
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