UCAS Clearing: Six (rather harsh) Choices to Make

How to Get Prepared for UCAS Clearing


The A-level results day is looming.  Most students will be very happy with the news. Those who won’t achieve the required grades, they will have to take some decisions.  As George Clooney’s character Chris Kelvin (the protagonist of the sci-fi movie Solaris) says: “There are no answers, only choices.”

With the advantage of looking back and thinking what I could have done differently, I’d like to share with you six (harsh) choices I suggest you consider. You may agree with me or not. It is up to you to decide. Irrespective, I’d be happy if you think of them for a moment and happier if you just let me know your thoughts. UCAS clearing: There are no answers, only choices

1. Failure vs. Opportunity

There is no doubt that life has its ups and downs. However, how we deal with them can make all the difference. So, you either start beating yourself why you didn’t study more…

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