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2:28 5 months ago 1 

Do not worry, or panic. The system is robust, and this year is just as valuable as any year.

1:09 5 months ago 10 

Resits will be taken as soon as possible, hopefully in the autumn with results in January. Contact the uni you're hoping to go to for advice first.

1:10 5 months ago 1 

Keep connected with UCAS and unis as things are changing quickly. You'll have plenty of choices, take your time and make well-informed decisions.

2:11 5 months ago 4 

No students will be disadvantaged. Teachers know their students well and a fair judgement will be made on grades across centres.

1:02 5 months ago 1 

You can be revising, reading, and studying for your finals, along with spending time with family. It's important to look after your mental health.

1:21 5 months ago 3 

No, schools and colleges will not be standardised. The process will be fair for all schools and colleges.

1:55 5 months ago 7 

Teachers will make a holistic judgement across all of your studies. This will be checked and signed off by another teacher, and the Head will oversee.

1:02 5 months ago 4 

It's too early to say, but the entire approach is being led by medical evidence. All unis are providing tuition in some format to complete the year.

1:22 5 months ago 4 

Don' panic, you have options including Extra and Clearing. Talk to a UCAS adviser or your teacher for advice.

1:47 5 months ago 8 

No additional work will be set to feed into your grade, and no student will be disadvantaged if they were unable to finish work after schools closed.

0:59 5 months ago 2 

Please be reassured, this year will be like any other – if you get the grades, you'll have your place. If not, you can use Clearing.

2:51 5 months ago 0 

There will be a similar equitable system - details will be available soon.

1:26 5 months ago 7 

There are plenty of opportunities and choice. There were lots of course in Clearing last year, so take your time to consider your options.

1:39 5 months ago 6 

International students are very welcome in the UK and are of invaluable benefit. Alternative learning will be available in universities, if needed.