Thursday the 16th of August will be day of celebration, but also contemplation for the future. As A-level results day fast approaches, students will need all the support and advice they can get. Several questions arise during this stressful time such as:
- What do I do if I don’t get the results I want?
- What if I get better grades than expected?
- I’ve got a clearing place but have nowhere to live, what should I do first?
Whether you are hoping to achieve your place at university or college, it is important to be prepared.
Firstly, start with a quick look on the UCAS clearing guide a few days in advance of the pending results. This will give you a better idea about availability of alternative courses that you could enrol in if your grades are not as expected. Also, research apprenticeships, perhaps you feel university is no longer the best option. On the other hand, if you perform better than expected maybe you might consider an even better degree.
For those of you who get the grades you need, it is vital to start organising accommodation and student loans for the upcoming academic year. To fully embrace the student experience many individuals will choose to stay in a shared flat or student halls of residence. Friendships can easily be established in this type of environment, as well as the beginning of an exciting social life.
It is during times like this when City Room Rentals is here to help. We are a company that strives to provide the most affordable accommodation for students. We have properties throughout the UK and Ireland, which offer sophisticated student living, equipped with all the modern amenities.
Looking for accommodation from September 2018…well do not hesitate to get in touch on 0131 210 0050 or visit our website cityroomrentals.co.uk to explore further. The team at City Room Rentals wishes the best of luck to all students awaiting their results, we look forward to hearing from you.
Lastly, it is vital that during this time endless support and encouragement is provided, if the stress gets too much, or you just need some advice, UCAS exam helpline can be reached on 0808 100 8000. If you wish to reach out via social media on Twitter/Facebook @ERHelp.