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A-level results: What next for students?

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A-level results: What next for students?

A-level results: What next for students?

After the release of this year’s A-level results for England, Wales andNorthern Ireland, many students will be pondering their futures.

Thedisruption caused to the exam process by the coronavirus pandemic has led tomuch uncertainty across the education system.


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