A Level results: What to do if you are worried
A Level results can be stressful - but there are plenty of places to get advice if you are worried.
Students across the county may be feeling anxious or worried about what to do next following their results.
If you didn’t get the grades you expected, it may help to ring the college or university you had applied for.
They may be able to discuss other options with you.
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The National Careers Service offer advice on 0800 100 900, if you need to talk through your career ideas.
Lines are open from 8am-10pm, seven days a week.
CfBT career guidance service in Lincolnshire can give advice on 01522 782116, If you feel unsure about what to do next.
Their advisers can give you advice on your work, careers and learning choices.
Getting exam results can make you feel stressed and anxious.
Childline can offer help and support on 0800 1111.