Thousands to pick up A-level results in Camden, Barnet, Haringey and Westminster
The wait is finally over for thousands of nervous teenagers across Camden, Barnet, Haringey and Westminster who pick up their A-level results today (Thursday).
The fight to secure places at universities will be tougher this year after UCAS reported a 4 per cent increase in applications compared with last year.
This year also sees a record 35 per cent of English 18-year-olds apply to university and college.
The Ham&High Series websites will keep anxious school-leavers and proud parents up-to-date with results statistics, analysis and reaction on our liveblog.
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