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The 2016 'A' Level results will be available to students today, Thursday 18th August, with GCSE Results due next week, on Thursday 25th August.

Whatever the outcome, you will find that there's lots of support available to help young adults to decide on their next step.

A Level
There are lots of places to go for help, support and advice on post 'A' Level options.

Here are some excellent starting points:

Milkround

CareerPilot

BBC Radio 1

GCSE
For those who are considering staying on for the 6th Form and have not yet discussed this with their schools, talking to their school's Head of Sixth Form would the first option.

If your results are not what you were hoping for, don't panic! There are many other options to consider.

A good starting point is here, at the Staying in Learning website.

Another helpful site can be accessed here: www.careerpilot.org.uk

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