LiveA-level results day - all the results and reaction as it happens

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  • Colleges and sixth forms across Hampshire celebrate record breaking results
  • Envelopes handed out at campuses this morning
  • More youngsters than ever in Hampshire achieving top grades
  • 300,000 students across England and Wales set to receive their results today

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More pictures of students celebrating at Peter Symonds College today.

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This is a video of Harry Benham , 17, opening his A-Level results at Richard Taunton Sixth Form College.

Video by Gregor Maxwell Hannah of Richard Taunton Sixth Form College.

 

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Emma-Kate Henry, Principal of Hampshire Collegiate School, said:

“Our pupils are celebrating some excellent individual results today which are part of the best overall results the school has had for many years. As a result of their success, our pupils will be going on to study for degrees in subjects including medicine, English, philosophy & politics, and geography at the universities of their choice, including Cambridge, York, Leeds and Southampton.”

 

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Pupils at Hampshire Collegiate School are also celebrating today after achieving the school’s best ever A Level results.

 

This summer, an impressive 34% of A Level entries were awarded grades A* or A – a rise of 10 percentage points on last year. Similarly, the proportion of A Levels receiving A* to C grades climbed a gratifying 15 percentage points to 87%.

 

Also notable were the numbers of A* grades achieved by Hampshire Collegiate School pupils, with 17% of all entries gaining the best possible grade.

 

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Arnewood headteacher Chris Hummerstone celebrates with students

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Great news for these two at Arnewood

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Happy days at Arnewood school

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 Barry Hicks, Principal of Itchen Sixth Form College has told the Daily Echo

‘We are once again thrilled with the results of our students. A2 results have achieved a high 97% pass rate, and for the 6th year running we are very excited to see an improvement in the AS results, which are up by 2% from last year.

"Two of our students, Yifan Feng and Charlotte Leach, have done extremely well and have secured places in Oxford and Cambridge Universities respectively.

"We also feel very proud of our very own Kelly Simm who has achieved a double distinction for her BTEC in Sport, and an A in her A Level in Physical Education, as well as a gold medal in Gymnastics for Team England in the Commonwealth Games, all in the same year!"

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More details of rip roaring success at Ringwood....

53 students gained 3 or 4 A*- B grades at A2 and BTEC equivalent. 17 students achieved 3 or more grades at  A*- A, the highest individual results being awarded to Chon Hei Vong, Nicholas Malky, Robert Shaw, George Whittingham, Leah Gayer, Jordan Whalen, James Shelton, Shona Graham and Poppy Jenkinson. 

A 100% pass rate was achieved by students following BTEC courses. 23 distinction* / distinction results were awarded, accounting for 89% of all BTEC results in Sport, Production IT and Dance.  

 

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News just in from Ringwood School.

They are celebrating excellent A Level results. Provisional results indicate that the year group achieved a 100% pass rate A*- E grades overall across over 30 different subject areas well above the national average of 98%.

9.1% of grades were gained an A* this year above the national benchmark of 8.3%. The elite A* grade was introduced by government in 2010 to mark out exceptional performers. 25% of grades awarded were A* - A, with 52% of all grades awarded at A*- B and over 83% of grades in the A* - C range, the top four grades nationally - well above the national average of 76.5% this year. 

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Katherine Wakelin, 18, of Kingsway, Chandler's Ford, got A*s in psychology, biology and religious studies and in her extended project.
She is going to the University of Bath to study psychology with a view to a career in clinical psychology.
She said:"I'm really happy, it's a bit surreal.  I never really believed I could get that.
"I was quite nervous this morning, I have been dreaming about it every night - it's better than the dream."

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Barton Peveril College principal Jonathan Prest was among his students as they excited celebrated their results.
He said the results were very similar to last year and he was pleased.
"Results day provides a fantastic opportunity for us to celebrate the achievements of more than 1,000 teenagers who have made 2014 yet another outstanding year for the college."

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Tony Jennings, 24, of Bitterne Park. Tony already has a degree in English literature from the university of Sussex and decided he wanted to switch to science. Despite working 20 hours a week at the A&E at Southampton General Hospital he took his a levels and achieved an A in chemistry, an A* in biology and an A* in his extended project. This was inspired by seeing drug overdose patients at the hospital, and wanting to try and find a drug to treat people suffering from cocaine overdoses.
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"It's a great chance to link the theory I learn here to the the work in A&E.
"I was hoping for good results but I was a little surprised because the exams were very tough.
"I made some good friends so they age gap was fine, and I would absolutely recommend it to anyone."

 

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St Anne's head teacher Lynn Bourne said: "It was a lovely moment when you saw the faces of the students when they open their envelope.

"It is also joyous to see the majority get their first choices.

"We had set up a room for clearing and every time I have been in there,  there was hardly anyone in there."

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Friends Michael Dowell and James Lister celebrate their results at Barton Peveril College.

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Good news for those students still hoping to go to the top ranked universities in the country.

Some leading universities which do not usually take part in the annual process, are expected to offer last-minute places to students with good grades above the cap.
 Wendy Piatt, director general of the Russell Group, which represents 24 of the UK's top universities, said: ''Some Russell Group universities may still have places available in some subjects for students who have done better than expected.
 ''There may also be places available for highly-qualified students who have narrowly missed out on their first choice. We encourage those students to get in touch with Ucas to see whether there may be places available to them.''

 

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Izzy Donnachie, 18, from Shirley, found out she was a stellar student when she found out she scored an A* in biology, an A in chemstry and an A in maths. She said: "I never thought I would do as well. The exams were really hard."

 

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More shots of rejoicing students from Barton Peveril College.

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Grace Jensen, 18, from Shirley , was jumping for joy when she opened her envelope which revealed she was a straight A student from her time at St Anne's. She got A * in chemistry, A in biology and A in maths. She hope to work for IBM in Hursley afterwards.

This has won her a place at the University of Exeter to study biology."

She said: "I never would have thought I would get an  A* in chemistry. I thought that would be completely beyond me. But I managed it in the end for some god forsaken reason."

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Pupils at Peter Symonds College celebrate their successes.

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11:56am

If you're worried about what to do if you didn't get the results you wanted, this video from UCAS will help explain your options.

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Pictures from Richard Taunton Sixth Form College, sent in by Richard Chance. Don't forget to send us your picturesfrom today's A-levels.

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Caitlin Griffiths proved she was quite the thinker in her exam results at Totton College.

The 18-year-old, of Lordshill, Southampton, scored full marks in a paper on Greek philosopher Socrates in her classical civilisations exam.

She said: “I can’t believe it, I feel absolutely fantastic and I didn’t think I’d see that when I opened my results letter.”

Caitlin got a B in classical civilisations, a D in sociology and a distinction in her forensics course, the latter which she will pursue at the University of Winchester.

She added: “Forensics has been great here, we’ve had to examine fake crime scenes and collect evidence. Hopefully I can use it to go into the police but anything forensics related in the future would be fun.”

 

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Another picture of celebrations at Richard Taunton College.

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Luckily twins Ross and Cameron Burton, 18, could be there for each other as they received their results at Totton College today.
Cameron had a slight head start as he knew he achieved a triple distinction star in his BTEC health and social care course while Ross had a nail-biting wait to discover he had got into Chester University thanks to a B in English language, C in English literature and D in performance studies.

Ross will study primary education at Chester with dreams of becoming a teacher while Cameron is going to Kings College London to study adult nursing with a view to becoming an emergency nurse.

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Students from King Edward VI School celebrate their results.

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Happy students a plenty at Barton Peveril in Eastleigh.

 Emily Day, 17, of Fareham, got a double distinction * in BTEC sport, an A in extended project, and a B in English language and literature combined.
She said: "I feel amazing. I got everything that I predicted so I was exceeding the offer I was given.
"It's so nice to actually  have it written down and to know I have done so well in the end.  Mum and dad are so proud.
"I am doing sport therapy at Chichester University."

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Reasons to be cheerful at Richard Taunton College.

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For Nate Gray it was the perfect end to three years of hard work and struggles.
The 19-year-old from Totton College had to drop out of his second year due to medical problems which continued this year and forced him to miss several classes.
It did not hold him back, however, as he secured two A*s and a B which got him into Glasgow University.
He said: "I put a lot of work in at home and made sure I caught up on everything I missed but I still came out of my English exam thinking I completely failed it.
"I'm ecstatic and my results are better than I ever dreamed of. I didn't want to think about university and the future but now I know I am going to where I really want to be."
Nate got A*s in English literature and classical civilisations and a B in government and politics.

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Pictures from Barton Peveril College.

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Fresh from her gold medal triumph at the Commonwealth Games gymnast Kelly Simm celebrated success in the classroom at Itchen College after getting glowing A-level results. The 19yearold from Whiteley got an A in PE, distinction in BTEC sport and pass in fitness. The commonwealth artistic gymnastics gold medal winner said: "Im so happy with the results. I owe it to my teachers who have adapted lessons around my training. Exams dont make me nervous compared to performing."

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Well done ladies at Peter Symonds

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The achievements of students in Hampshire are cause for extra celebration as they come amid major changes to the system, with January exams scrapped, leaving fewer opportunities for students to re-sit papers. All exams are now taken in the summer.
Schools have been warned that they could see changes to their results this year due to the overhaul.
 Exam chiefs today suggested that those schools which have traditionally used January exams for re-sits could see ''greater volatility'' than those who enter pupils for papers at the end of courses.

 

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Students are starting to arrive at Bitterne Park Sixth Form to collect their results.
Teachers are gathering excitedly around, keen to hear how their students have done as white envelopes wait stacked in neat piles.

 

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Hugs all round at Peter Symonds College in Winchester

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Head teacher Julian Thould at King Edward VI college in Wilton Road said: "These are better results than last year. With all the political pressure about results we were expecting this to be a harder year. We're very happy with that some excellent performances."

 

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Principal at Richard taunton Sixth Form Alice Wrigton has spoken of her delight at this year's results

Ms Wrighton said: "These results reflect the impact of the strong teaching, learning and support we offer students, as recognised by Ofsted in our 2013 inspection.
"It’s wonderful to see so many successful young people who are now able to progress confidently onto university and into the workplace, as a result of the excellent preparation that the college provides and the great efforts they have made.”

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Good news keeps on coming at Itchen

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It's bragging rights to the boys this year agian I am afraid ladies as boys have outdone girls at A* grade for the third year running.

According to natuional results 8.5% of boys' entries attaining the top mark, compared with 7.9% of the girls.

 

 

 

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IT was another set of glowing results at Itchen College.The school scored one of its best years ever with a 97% pass rate - equalling last year's result.

A third of students (63%) got A* to C while 32% got A* to B.The school's AS passrate rose to 86% up from 84% last year.

Headteacher Tim Proud said: "we've had a lovely set of results. "We are very proud."

 

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One Richard Taunton success story is is Lizzie Lambrou, 18, who lives in Shirley. She got an A in history, A* in maths and an A in English lit. She said: "I was really nervous but I'm pleased now and I did quite a lot of revision so it's a relief. I'm going out with friends tonight to celebrate.
"I'm going to the university of Warwick to do history and I'm looking forward to it."

 

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News in from Richard Taunton Sixth form from our man James Johnson who has been there at critical envelope opening time

Principal Alice Wrighton is delighted that the standards set by the college's 2013 results have been maintained, with a 98 per cent pass rate overall. The pupils achieved a 64 per cent A* to C rate and a 100 per cent pass rate on BTEC extended diplomas.

 

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Show us your grades! Students at Totton College

 

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Away from Hampshire's celebrations for a moment to check out the national picture.

According to figures just out more A-levels were handed the very highest grade this summer, but the overall pass rate fell for the first time in more than 30 years.
 In total, just over one in four (26%) of exams were awarded an A* or A grade, down 0.3 percentage points on last summer.
 But the proportion of A* grades handed out rose to 8.2%, up 0.6 percentage points on 2013.
 And the overall A*-E pass rate fell by 0.1% to 98% - the first time it has fallen in 32 years.

 

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Students are shocked and thrilled at Totton College as they helped make it a record breaking year of exam results

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Totton College has a belter of a year with an all time high of 99% pass rate.

Vice Principal Jo Landles was delighted with Totton College students' performances this year.
She said: "We are absolutely thrilled with the results. It's very exciting and we are so proud of the teachers and support staff and all the hard work they put in to help students achieve their grades."
She added: "There's always more that can be done and we are working really hard to support students gojng forward."

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After featuring on today's front page St Anne's sixth form in Southampton is buzzing with excitment today. According to our reporter Patrick Knox the hall is starting to fill up with students  as they pick up their much anticipated results.

Some tears  are being shed while others cannot believe their grades.

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Literally jumping for joy at King Edward VI.

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It's envelope opening time at Itchen College for Jack Brown and Daniel White. 

 

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Students still savouring their successes at King Edward VI in Southampton, according to our reporter Ed Stilliard. 

Guneet Mathoda from Chandlers Ford said she was delighted to find out she had done better than she predicted. She got an A in psychology and B's on maths and geography.

"I was tracking the results on UCAS I saw that I was doing well. I was shocked, I was already getting ready for clearing. I didn't expect it at all."

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Barton Peveril posts another set of excellent figures:

Another year of outstanding results and individual student successes is being celebrated at Barton Peveril where the class of 2014 achieved a 98.1% A*to E pass rate at A-level.

A* to C grades were netted by 76% of students with 61% of those taking the Extended Project alongside A-levels attaining A*-B.

Top A* grades in at least one subject were secured by 17% of students – a 2% rise on last year’s figure.

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Utterly delighted! Students celebrate at King Edward VI

 

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Head Master of King Edward VI, Julian Thould, said: “We are delighted that our students have performed so well. These are again exceptional results and show what sustained hard work and excellent teaching can achieve. Congratulations go to all of those who leave King Edward’s after such well deserved success.”

 

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Headline figures from King Edward now in.

87.7% King Edward’s students were celebrating in 2014 passed their A levels with grades at A*, A or B with over 25% at A*. 43.6% of students gained 3 A grades or more. 12 students, 11% of all our university applicants this year, have offers for places at the universities of Oxford and Cambridge and over four fifths will proceed to Russell Group universities.

 

 

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Its good news a-g-go at King Edwards VI where yet again the students have secured a corking bag of grades

 

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Bradley Ashrafarian, 18,  from Itchen College has got in to Southampton Uni after getting A,, B, and a C

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Students are starting to drift away from Brockenhurst College after receiving their results.

Many have spent the past hour having their photographs taken and doing video recorded interviews for the college website.

The corridors are still echoing to cries of 'amazing' as students tell each other about their exam success.

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More news from Peter Symonds College. 

Students gained over 602 A* grades - the top banana of grades.

This is even better than the number awarded to students last year #classof2014

 

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Itchen College student Amee Cannon celebrates  a 'C' in dance and says: "Im really happy I didnt expect it."

 

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Over at Itchen College, students are digesting their results including Amy Stephens who is celebrating getting a B in dance. She said : "I'm shocked."

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Brockenhurst college students celebrating excellent a level results include Claudia Lever, 18, of Hythe, who has achieved As in chemistry, English and biology and a B in French.

She said: 'I,m going to study English literature at Manchester university and might go into journalism after that.

It's a really nice learning environment at Brock. The teachers are great."

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News just in from Peter Symonds in Winchester where students there have posted an impressive 99 per cent pass rate once again, our reporter Lauren Howard will fill us in on more headline results as she gets them from the campus

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Still all smiles at Brockenhurst College

 

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It has all begun at Itchen College!

 

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"There's five minutes to go here at Itchen College," says our reporter Maxwell. Assistant principal Andrew Fitt preparing the all important results

 

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Meanwhile tension is mounting at Itchen College where our reporter maxwell is on hand to capture the magic envelope opening moments

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Sam Purvis, 18, from Dibden Purlieu celebrates with friend Amy Lowe.

He smashed it with an A* in maths, A * in physics and an A in further maths. he is now planning to study physics at Warwick university.

“I am very pleased with my results I wasn’t expecting to get an A* in physics – that was quite a surprise.”

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We did it! Students celebrate at Brockenhurst College

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Amy Lowe, 18 from Hythe, got As in biology chemistry and maths.

The Brockenhurst College student said: "I am so happy maths in my nemesis so to get an A in that subject is just amazing. I am going to Cardiff to study medicine for five years and after that hope to specialise.

“I think my results today are down to all the hard work. It is so good when it pays off.”

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Lots of jubilant students hugging and congratulating each other as results are handed out at Brockenhurst College out according to our reporter Chris Yandell who is on campus.

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Best wishes being sent by Easteligh MP Mike Thornton. 
 

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Following those university figures Ucas chief executive Mary Curnock Cook said: ''Today's numbers are a reflection of the continuing strong demand for higher education.

"A combination of extra places available and the falling population of 18-year-olds means that students are in a good position to secure a place this year.

''Alongside the impressive numbers, this is also a story about individuals who have made a life-defining decision to invest in their personal growth and position themselves for a more fulfilling life and career.''

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Breakfast has been served at Brockenhurst College where Principal Di Roberts had a celebratory brekkie with students before they are handed their envelopes

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According to Ucas 396,990 undergraduates had been accepted on to courses at UK universities, as of midnight.

That's up 3% on last year, according to Ucas figures and 352,590 have won a place on their first choice of course, up 2% on 2013.


 Ucas said that for the first time this year, the total number of people going to university could top half a million.

 

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The good news keeps coming, it has just been revealed that a record number of students have been accepted on degree courses with 396,990 taking up places so far - up 3% on last year, initial Ucas figures show.

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Principal Di Roberts told the Daily Echo: "I am tremendously proud of their individual achievements in this, our centenary year."

 

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We already know Brockenhurst College is on course for some belting results after revealing their have maintained their 99 per cent pass rate for the third year in a row - congrats all round

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The wait is nearly over for students at Brockenhurst College @brockcollege as they prepare to get their hands on the all-important envelopes in a matter of minutes #allthebest

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Even the folks at Coronation Street are wishing students all the best today

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Read all about it in today's Daily Echo, the hard working students of Hampshire have not only got top grades - but the front page too.

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It really is good news from St Anne's

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It is set to be all smiles at St Anne's Catholic College @stannes6thform where the clever clog sixth formers have posted their highest ever UCAS point score - top notch!

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Already colleges are reporting some cracking results - despite worries grades could be hit by changes to when students could sit their exams

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Nerve wracking times for students as they prepare to make their way into college for the last time. We have reporters at sixth forms and college campuses across the county to see how they get on

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9:46am Thu 14 Aug 14

ToastyTea says...

who cares
who cares ToastyTea
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12:03pm Thu 14 Aug 14

camerajuan says...

I think it's a bit much to have a LIVE FEED of hundreds of people we don't know telling us how they did at school.
I think it's a bit much to have a LIVE FEED of hundreds of people we don't know telling us how they did at school. camerajuan
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3:52pm Thu 14 Aug 14

Jackie@jackieporter.co.uk says...

Great news as our young people have done so well in their A level results-and AS of course!
It is a great foundation for your future- and I am sure it will continue into lifelong learning too!
Whatever you are doing next, I hope it goes really well for you.
@JackieLibDem
Great news as our young people have done so well in their A level results-and AS of course! It is a great foundation for your future- and I am sure it will continue into lifelong learning too! Whatever you are doing next, I hope it goes really well for you. @JackieLibDem Jackie@jackieporter.co.uk
  • Score: -2

4:24pm Thu 14 Aug 14

forest hump says...

Results are relative. In science, kids are being brainwashed into believing AGW which is totally unproven. Also, questions have been dumbed down: compare with 30-40 yrs ago! Institutions are measured by results. It is in their interest to glorify performance.
All that aside, good luck to the kids who are choosing the right direction
Results are relative. In science, kids are being brainwashed into believing AGW which is totally unproven. Also, questions have been dumbed down: compare with 30-40 yrs ago! Institutions are measured by results. It is in their interest to glorify performance. All that aside, good luck to the kids who are choosing the right direction forest hump
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5:03pm Thu 14 Aug 14

forest hump says...

Jackie@jackieporter.
co.uk
wrote:
Great news as our young people have done so well in their A level results-and AS of course!
It is a great foundation for your future- and I am sure it will continue into lifelong learning too!
Whatever you are doing next, I hope it goes really well for you.
@JackieLibDem
AND...if it was not for your spineless, lying, turncoat self-indulgent Clegg. They might have a chance of a University education without charge. He and all LibDems should hang their heads in shame for ever. Still, judging by recent polls and local election results they have their just deserves. Nothing but a bunch of liars.
[quote][p][bold]Jackie@jackieporter. co.uk[/bold] wrote: Great news as our young people have done so well in their A level results-and AS of course! It is a great foundation for your future- and I am sure it will continue into lifelong learning too! Whatever you are doing next, I hope it goes really well for you. @JackieLibDem[/p][/quote]AND...if it was not for your spineless, lying, turncoat self-indulgent Clegg. They might have a chance of a University education without charge. He and all LibDems should hang their heads in shame for ever. Still, judging by recent polls and local election results they have their just deserves. Nothing but a bunch of liars. forest hump
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8:19am Fri 15 Aug 14

good-gosh says...

A levels are relentless and exams are terrifying. Getting through them is not only a huge academic leap but also proof of stamina, persistence and endurance. To say 'well done' is a massive understatement. 'Absolutely magnificent' is closer to the acknowledgment deserved.
A levels are relentless and exams are terrifying. Getting through them is not only a huge academic leap but also proof of stamina, persistence and endurance. To say 'well done' is a massive understatement. 'Absolutely magnificent' is closer to the acknowledgment deserved. good-gosh
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