We've got all the answers, so read on for the ultimate guide on getting your A-Level results this year.
Nearly three quarters, 73pc, of grades in Norfolk were A* to Cs, a slight dip on last year's 74pc, while in Suffolk the figure rose from 76pc to 77pc. Equally successful was Georgie James, with A* in A-level biology and A grades in A Level chemistry and mathematics.
At Epsom College, in College Road, students enjoyed a record year of A-Level results with 86 per cent awarded A* to B grades, which is higher than any previous year at the college.
"They were a pleasure to work with and we wish them every good wish with the next stage of their lives".
"I'd like to congratulate them on these results and thank our staff for supporting them throughout their studies".
With A-level results day looming, students may be worrying about what to do should they have done worse - or better - than expected in their exams.
From 8am on Thursday, you'll be able to log in and check whether your place has been confirmed at a university. "I've had to work hard to get to this point and I'm really proud of what I have achieved".
Over in Dubai, Jumeirah College student Samantha Edensor was celebrating her sweet success with her mother, after she bagged a whopping three A*s - all while battling a bout of glandular fever during her exams.
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Hayes School achieved its best ever results with one in three grades either A* or A.
A Press Association survey suggests that the vast majority of universities, including many top Russell Group institutions, are entering clearing.
Head of Sixth Form, Simon Marsden, said, "This excellent set of results are credit to the hard work and application of our students".
Adjustment also allows students to apply for an alternative course if they exceed the grades needed for their firm choice and want to change to one with higher entry requirements.
"This is the first cohort of pupils under the new examination system and we are extremely pleased with how this year's sixth form pupils have risen to the challenge of their A levels".
Local schools and colleges have also performed well in Level 3 BTEC qualifications, a vocational alternative to A levels.
Overall, 100% of Year 13 students have achieved 2 A*- E grades or equivalent. Some students will pass, others will fail - but the process of collecting your results remains the same for everyone, which we'll detail below. It had more choice for worldwide students, however, although there is no cap on the number of global students it can admit.
Worcester Sixth Form College said it had scored above the national average pass rate for the 15th year running. "We would like to wish everyone receiving their results todayevery success whatever they choose to do next".
"All students who worked so hard to achieve their results deserve the highest praise, along with their teachers and parents and carers for the support they have given them".