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Ask the Experts

If you or your child are receiving their A Level or GCSE results and don’t know what to do next, why not ask one of our special advisors a question using the form below.

Fill out the form to submit your question and we'll post up your question and corresponding answer on this page so that others in a similar position may benefit.

Please note, time contraints mean we will not be able to answer every message, but will attempt to cover as many queries as possible.

If you have a very specific query you may also wish to phone the Exams Results Helpline on 0808 100 8000. Calls are free from a landline, although some networks and mobile operators will charge


Our Experts

Pete Lawton has been a careers advisor for 30 years working in schools and sixth form colleges. Pete has been involved with the Exam Results Helpline since it began and has recently written some information publications for young people.

Katie Collins has been working within the Customer Service Unit at UCAS for two years. During Clearing she’ll receive many calls from very happy applicants who have got into their chosen universities, and will also guide students through the Clearing process so that they can start on a course in September.

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Take a look at the questions submitted so far this year from both parents and students covering subjects relating to this year's exam results. See the advice given so far

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