Grades awarded will be fair, have equal status, and be comparable to any other year.
There is currently a moratorium, so universities and colleges should not be making unconditional offers.
Your offers are still valid. The cycle will be similar to previous years, and your reply deadline has been extended to help – check this in Track.
The right processes are being put in place so these students are able to progress at the same time as their peers taking other qualifications.
Do not worry, or panic. The system is robust, and this year is just as valuable as any year.
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.
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.
No students will be disadvantaged. Teachers know their students well and a fair judgement will be made on grades across centres.
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.
No, schools and colleges will not be standardised. The process will be fair for all schools and colleges.
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.
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.
Don' panic, you have options including Extra and Clearing. Talk to a UCAS adviser or your teacher for advice.