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    I'm going to go in at 9am. I'll be checking Track, from around 6am, before I go, though.
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    (Original post by project_natal)
    My postman lives next door so I'm sorted lol.
    How do you get you're ccea results online?
    lol he still has to go collect his letters. They don't get delivered to his house to be delivered :p:
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    (Original post by abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz)
    lol he still has to go collect his letters. They don't get delivered to his house to be delivered :p:
    Yeah but his daughter gets her results that day also so I think he will be taking an early trip to collect the post lol
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    My college releases them at midnight on our portal so then!
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    (Original post by jaison2)
    one last question.. sorry i am asking so many guys.. wht does clearing mean?.. coz i am new to the UK.. i came from india.. where u dont hve ucas or anything... my firm is queen mary at bcc.. and insurance at portsmouth at ccc.. for computer science..
    Clearing is basically where you phone up the unis and beg for an offer :p: Normally, though, only uncompetitive courses and unis enter, but Computer Science isn't too competitive so, if for whatever reason you miss your offers, you might be able to find a place.
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    (Original post by project_natal)
    Yeah but his daughter gets her results that day also so I think he will be taking an early trip to collect the post lol
    Does it even work like that lol meh i don't really know
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    (Original post by abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz)
    Does it even work like that lol meh i don't really know
    I don't know either but he managed to get my GCSE results to me by 7 am so :confused:
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    Good luck A2ers, I'm feeling nervous for you all.
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    I get my results online, at around 8-9ish. Then i'm going into college at 12 for free champagne and strawberries (only if my results are good enough though.)
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    I'll be at school for about half eight. Results should be released at nine but if they're done earlier they'll give them to us earlier. They let the A2 and AS people in seperatly. Which was quite off putting last year as when I got my AS results I had to walk past quite a few of the year above crying about missing their offers.
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    About half an hour before the time our school starts distributing.
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    As late as possible so I don't have to meet people asking me what I got...
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    oh gosh feel sick thinking about it but my school's website will be updated so I can get it by logging on that
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    (Original post by scaryhair)
    0900 hours. With a paper bag over my head if Track says that I've been unsuccessful.
    :hahaha:

    Would be quite funny though if you seriously had the bag over your head.
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    My school's handing them out at 10am, 9am UK time. Until then i'll probably be on Track. Tbh if Track says i'm in, I won't really care what my results are.
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    10:30 is when we can collect ours, so im going to be on track then with a bowl of cornflakes and a brew spamming the F5 key again and again to see if it updates. If it doesn't by the time i can get my results, ill just go get them and cack myself (i'll have an Independent at hand, so hopefully there wont be too much mess) :P
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    I'll be on track first thing. Go to college about 10:30, hopefully after a 'successful' response form UCAS.

    There is only one grade I'm worried about. I'm confident I got the other two I need.
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    Do AS results come out at the same time?
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    My advice as a college veteran as it were.

    Check track early on (730ish is when they update I think, so no need to be up all night) and get your results as early as possible if there's anything in doubt, that way you've got the best chance of clearing. If you've met your offer, then it's a day of celebration (even if you got up early), if not, don't worry, it'll all sort itself out.

    Good luck all

    (Original post by hamzab)
    Do AS results come out at the same time?
    Yep they do, though you may be asked to come in the afternoon as it's more important that the A-level students get their results and sort themselves out.
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    (Original post by milan5baros)
    :hahaha:

    Would be quite funny though if you seriously had the bag over your head.
    I'm serious! I'd be so ashamed.
 
 
 
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