Results day is just around the corner and though you may be feeling the nerves, we’ve compiled a list of places you can get the best help from. Read on.
As well as checking out UCAS for information on, did you know that The Telegraph website is an excellent place to go for clearing information? The Telegraph is in fact UCAS’ official partner for Clearing.
There’s an app for everything nowadays and that includes clearing.
There are a number of helplines where you can discuss your results and receive knowledgeable advice.
UCAS has its own helpline: 0371 468 0468. Please note that this is only for those experiencing technical difficulties with accessing Track or if you need advice navigating the system.
Exam Results Helpline (ERH): 0808 100 8000. The Department of Education, the BBC and UCAS have teamed up for this free service.
The university you’re looking to apply to will also have a helpline which will help you during clearing.
Make sure you are able to pick up your results on the day. Your teachers/tutors will all be at your school/college to give you the best advice. Your teachers do this every year and are well-prepared to help you.
LCCA will definitely keep places available for Clearing. If you wish to apply through this process, call our hotline on 020 3435 4642 (Monday to Friday 9am – 5:30 pm) with your qualifications details or predicted grades.
Please also visit our dedicated Clearing page here.
For more clearing advice, check out this post on getting yourself prepared for the clearing process.