That time of year is upon us once again.
A level results day can be an incredibly stressful time, but it’s also an exciting time. The waiting part is rarely fun, but thinking about the wonderful possibilities that lie ahead can be.
Things can get a little bit hectic around the college on results day, but fear not! When it comes to organisation and making things run smoothly, the admin team at Ashbourne College are second to none!
So here’s what you need to know about the the big day…
1. When is A level results day?
A level results day will be on Thursday 17th August 2017
What time will the college be open for collecting A level results?
The college will be open from 8.30am on Thursday 17th August. We are advising that A2 students arrive from 9am to collect results, and AS students arrive from 2pm
2. Where should I go to collect my results?
You will be able to collect your results from the student common room, where you will be given an envelope containing your results by a member of the admin team
3. Can someone else collect my results on my behalf?
Should you wish for someone else to collect your results on your behalf, you must notify us beforehand. We require written confirmation of your authorisation to allow someone else to collect your A level results. Should you send someone to collect your results that we have not received confirmation for, they will be turned away
4. If I’m not able to make it to the college, can I ask for my results over the phone?
We will not be giving out ANY A level results over the phone. Please refrain from calling to collect your results to avoid disappointment.
5. Will my results be sent to me via email?
Yes. All students will their A level results via email. As it will be a very busy time for the team, please bear with them. All A2 students can expect to have their results emailed to them by 2pm on that. All AS students should allow until 6pm for their results email. You will also be able to check your results via the student portal.
6. What if I need support on the day? Will someone be there to help?
Of course. We understand that A level results day can be a very anxious time for students, and will be doing everything we can to make you feel at ease. UCAS tutors will be situated in the Admissions office to speak to you should you have any questions. You will also be able to see James in his office should you find yourself particularly overwhelmed
7. What if I need to call my university to talk about my offer?
We will be providing a space and facilities for any students who wish to contact their universities by phone. Please check with the reception team who will advise you where to go