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A-level results and how to survive them

Thousands of students in Wales are waiting for their A-level results, while universities are gearing up for dealing with a last minute scramble for remaining places.

A record 64,000 students were accepted to UK universities through clearing last year - a 5% increase - or one in eight of the total who got places.

So what is the advice for those getting their results - about 11,000 students in Wales?

Video by Sophie Mutton.

  • 17 Aug 2016
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