01:00AM, Wednesday 13 August 2014
It is A-level results day tomorrow and thousands of school pupils across the country are anxiously waiting to discover whether or not their university applications have been successful.
Application services provider UCAS has offered last-minute advice to anyone awaiting their grades.
Students can log into Track from 8am tomorrow to see if their uni place has been confirmed or if they are eligible for Clearing.
A list of courses with Clearing vacancies will be live from just after midnight tonight.
Last year 495,595 people secured a place at university or college through UCAS, with a record 57,100 being accepted through Clearing.
UCAS advisers will be available from 7.30am tomorrow to answer questions on 0371 4680468.
Students can also follow @ucas_online on Twitter or visit the Facebook page.
Careers advisers can also be contacted on the Exam Results Helpline 0808 100 8000 from 8am tomorrow.
The Advertiser and Express will be keeping a live blog of exam results across the area. Log-on tomorrow for updates.
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