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

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Summary

  • 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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9:46am Thu 14 Aug 14

ToastyTea says...

who cares
who cares ToastyTea
  • Score: 11

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
  • Score: 2

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
  • Score: -3

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
  • Score: 0

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
  • Score: 1

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