A Level results day 2019: A guide
16th July 2019 – Tags: A Level Results
You've worked hard all year, putting in the time and effort, all leading up to one big day - A Level results day!
In 2019, A Level results day is on Thursday the 15th of August.
If you've applied for a place at university, as well as exam results, UCAS Track will be an important feature of your day. UCAS Track will open from around 8.00am on results day. Once the site does come back online, your page will not update until midday, at the earliest.
If the university you've applied to has made a decision on your case, UCAS Track will show whether you have been accepted by your firm and/or insurance choice, if it does not update - give the universities a call.
While UCAS Track should show whether your grades have been adequate enough to secure your place, it will not show you what grades you have achieved.
If your offer is also conditional on a GCSE grade, UCAS Track will not update until GCSE results day on the 22nd of August. If this is the case, you must also send the GCSE results directly to the universities yourself, UCAS will not do this for you.
Collecting your A Level results from City College Norwich
If you are an existing student and would like to know your A Level results on results day, you will need to visit us here on campus.
Results will be available from 8.00am in the StartUp Lounge. Remember to bring along your student card when you collect your results. After 12.00pm, results will be available from the Advice Shop until 2.00pm, at which point results will be sent to your home address.
Need guidance with your A Level results?
If your results weren't quite what you were expecting, you may wish to reconsider or adjust your next step. Advisers will be available in the StartUp Lounge when you collect your results, and the Advice Shop will be open throughout the day.
A wide range of options are available, and we are here to work with you to ensure we find the best possible outcome for you and your future.
If you are unsure about where to go next, our Advice Shop is open throughout the summer. This service offers advice and guidance for anyone considering their career, education, and training options.
Simply drop-in to the Advice Shop on our Ipswich Road campus between 8.30am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday. You can also get in touch on 01603 773773 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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