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Send us your tweets and photos on GCSE results day

11:45 20 August 2014

The Ham&High wants to see your Tweets and pictures on GCSE results day tomorrow. Picture: Niall Carson

The Ham&High wants to see your Tweets and pictures on GCSE results day tomorrow. Picture: Niall Carson

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The wait is finally over for thousands of nervous teenagers across Camden, Barnet, Haringey and Westminster who pick up their GCSE results tomorrow.

The Ham&High website will keep pupils and parents up-to-date with results statistics, analysis and reaction on our live blog.

Social media users can tweet their pictures and comments by using our Twitter handle @HamandHigh and the hashtag #GCSEresults2014.

Visit hamhigh.co.uk for updates on our live blog and see next week’s Ham&High for a special 10-page supplement.

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