05:16AM, Tuesday 13 August 2013
A social media campaign has been launched to provide advice to GCSE and A-level students from across the Maidenhead area.
The Berkshire College of Agriculture's careers expert Vicki Sellens will be using Facebook and Twitter to answer live questions from young people - and their parents - on each of the forthcoming results days.
Teenage students will receive their A-level results on Thursday and GCSE grades on Thursday, August 22.
Vicki will answer questions on everything from the clearing process to how much university will really cost.
Use the BCA Twitter feed of @BCA_Maidenhead and sign off with the hashtag #AskVicki to take part.
College principal designate Gillian May said: "This is an innovative way to reach out to as many young people as possible.
"Vicki will be offering professional, impartial advice to anyone who needs it around their results and their choices for the future."
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