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Posted on: August 17th 2020

Important A level Results Announcement

This afternoon examination regulators in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland, announced that students who received A level grades on 13th August 2020 that were lower than the ones predicted by their teachers, will now receive their Centre Assessed Grades.

If on 13th August you were not placed at your firm or insurance choice university or college, UCAS have advised that you should first speak with your parents/guardians and teachers to decide if you wish to take up your place at your first choice university or college.

Universities & colleges will need to have received your ‘Centre Assessed Grades’ before they can make a decision on your application. UCAS are working with the awarding bodies to receive revised grades as quickly as possible to pass them on your chosen universities & colleges.

Any decision made will be made by the individual university or college, not UCAS.

As always, we are working to do everything we can to support you. We aim to keep you updated on the situation, and to explain any necessary steps as we receive more information. If you have any questions about your application our would like to talk to Mrs Sherman our UCAS expert. Please email us on Thank you for your patience. 

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