Q&A: A-levels 'agony aunt'

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image captionDeborah Ribchester, Curriculum Manager, Association of Colleges

The current pressure on university places leaves little room for manoeuvre, and only a few days to do something about your situation.

Exam agony aunt for the BBC Deborah Ribchester, Curriculum Manager, Association of Colleges, was with us from 9.30am to 4.00pm on Thursday to give her advice on what to do if you did not get the grades you needed, or if you are worried in any way about your results.

Your questions and answers

Lesley, Blackburn

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Bethany, Portsmouth

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Gareth, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire

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Lynne, Manchester

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Belinda, Wendover, Bucks

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Becky, Surrey

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Jo, UK

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Penny, Swansea, Wales

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Paul, Lincoln

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Jenson, Horndean

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Sophie, Colchester

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Rachael, Blackburn

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Harmeet, Newcastle

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Avinash, Worcester Park

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Lucy, London

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Bhumee, Croydon

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Phone the National Exam Results Helpline on 0808 100 8000 for expert independent advice on clearing and other options free for land-line callers.