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Students plan their future as A-level results come out

Students across the Island have been picking up their A level results today (THURS).

For some the next step is university, for others it's work or training, but for all of them it's the culmination of two two years of hardwork.

And these Ramsey Grammar Students will certainly remember it:

More students than ever are expected to make it to be offered university places this year. But for those who aren't offered a place . . or are unsure what course of action to take, Co-ordinating Advisor for 11 to 19 Education, Paul Craine, says they should take advantage of the support on offer from the department’s five secondary schools.

 

 

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