Make sure you are aware of the times you can collect your results from college or sixth form on Thursday 18 August.
If you have applied to university, your college or sixth form will be on hand to answer any questions you may have about accepting an offer, making a change to your choices or looking at alternative options.
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Make sure you are aware of the times you can collect your results from your school on Thursday 25 August, as this will be different from school to school.
If you have applied to a college or sixth form, you will need to know how you can show them your results and you may even have another interview. If you have applied to Salford City College you will have been given an appointment time, if you haven't received it or can’t remember, contact the college before you go. If you are enrolling elsewhere, make sure you know their enrolments process.
If you have an offer of an apprenticeship – is it dependant on your GCSE results? If so, you will need to send them a copy of your results, so call them and ask how you should send them.
If you do not pass your Maths or English (grade 4 or above) it is a legal requirement that you continue to study these.
Before you go, remember to take the following with you:
If you are not sure what you want to do, seek advice from your school/college careers adviser first!
Apprenticeship vacancies are available on the national government website now, so browse through and see what opportunities are out there if you are considering this as an option.
Check out college and sixth form websites to see what courses they offer and if there are opportunities that interest you and make a note of their phone numbers – that way you can get in touch as soon as you know your results.
There are other alternatives— traineeships Study Programme and employability programmes. For more information get in touch with Connexions, their staff are there to help you with your next steps.