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results day 2021

Tuesday 10 August 2021

For Results Day 2021, we would like to invite all second year Level 3 students, including A Level and BTEC, to join us on Tuesday 10 August to collect your results.  

To ensure we can monitor how many people are attending, you will need to book a slot to come and collect your results. If you are due to collect results on Tuesday 10 August, an email containing a link to book a slot will have been sent to you, please check your email and do this as soon as possible as numbers are capped for each time slot. 

You will need to bring your Student ID with you to be able to collect your results. If you do not book a slot, you will not be able to collect your results from the college and they will be posted to you. You do not have to attend Results Day to receive your results. 

Class of 2021 – what a year! 

We would like to take the time to say that we are so proud of all you have achieved during your time with us at Andover College, Results Day is the start of many new beginnings and we can’t wait to see what the future holds for you. We want you to know we are still here to support you with any queries or questions about your next steps once results have arrived. 

Government Guidance   

The Government has released guidance on how your results will be awarded. Click to view guidance. 

Heading to University?  

We all know this is what you will do first thing but check UCAS track! Universities will confirm your place on track from around 8am on 13 August. 

When you log into Track you will be able to see whether your place has been confirmed or not. Be mindful of the fact that many students will also be doing this and the website may run slowly. Once the university has updated track, your page will say one of the following:

  • Unconditional - Your place on the course has been confirmed.
  • Unsuccessful – You have not been accepted by your choice. You’re now eligible for Clearing
  • UCC – You don’t have the grades for your offer, however, the university has offered a similar course which requires lowers grades.

Your grades will not be shown in track.

First of all, Celebrate! 

Your offer will change to unconditional on UCAS and your UCAS confirmation letter AS12 will be sent out to you.

Don’t panic, there are still many good options open to you. 

If you have only just missed the grades you needed then you can ring the university and talk about your options. 


If your application was unsuccessful, you will now be eligible for clearing. Clearing is a service that allows universities to fill up courses and students without offers are given another chance to go on to higher education. There will be a section on the UCAS website which till take you through the clearing process. 

Please speak to our Head of Careers and teaching staff as they will be able to you see what options are available and what you can do next. 

Clearing Plus

If you find yourself in Clearing this year, UCAS will personally match you to courses you may be interested in, using what they know about you from your application, and what universities and colleges are looking for in a student. 

If you’re unplaced or have started a new application, a button will appear in Track – ‘My matches’. This will take you to your top 50 course matches. You’ll then be able to tell universities and colleges you’re ‘interested’ in their courses. If they still have vacancies and you meet their entry requirements, they may call you. 

Don’t worry, if you want to apply for something different you can still find courses available in Clearing using our search tool.

Beginning your career 

Many of our students will be heading straight into employment after receiving their results, and we’re here to help you feel prepared and supported as you begin your employment! 

Whether you’ve landed a job, are seeking employment, need help with your CV, or just want to talk, our dedicated Careers Team have the expertise and resources to help! Available for 1-1 sessions or just to point you in the right direction, please get in touch with any questions about your next steps. 

Find out more here. 


Looking to continue your education, but gain experience working in industry? An Apprenticeship might be the right choice for you! 

A training programme designed to develop your skills and knowledge in a particular professional area, you’ll be able to earn as you learn. We offer a fantastic choice of apprenticeships in a wide variety of professions, and our expert Apprenticeship Team can offer advice and information on how to get started. 

Find out more here. 


We understand that leaving College can be an exciting, but daunting time. If you’re feeling worried, need some advice, or just need to talk, we’re here to help. 

Andover College’s highly experienced Student Wellbeing Team offers specialist advice and support for any obstacles life throws at you. Our team includes specialist wellbeing practitioners, counsellors, and nurses that are dedicated to listening and empowering you to resolve any challenges you might face. 

Find out more here.