Thu 14 August 2014, The Daily Telegraph

A-level clearing: now it’s a scramble for students, not places

By Julie Henry
The teenage chat rooms were buzzing with anxious anticipation last night. Panicked sixth formers said they were unable to sleep – fears of “shattered dreams” and “letting people down” were shared. But as the A-level results are issued this morning and the dust settles, the air feels different.
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