You can make sure your child has every chance of success with their UCAS application by:
You can also point them in the right direction of online resources they might not have found at Studential, such as:
As well as writing the UCAS personal statement, we also have lots of general advice on applying to university:
Although summer exams have been cancelled this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, A level results will still be published on their original date of 13th August 2020.
Results will now be based on a number of factors, including coursework and teacher assessment. For updates on how Coronavirus is impacting A levels this year, please see our dedicated Coronavirus & exam results guide.
Here at Studential, we offer a range of personal statement editing services, where our team of professional editors will help your child put together a polished statement.
Our editors will produce a fully edited version of your child's personal statement, as well as an in-depth report highlighting its strengths and weaknesses, and suggestions on how they can improve it.
If you would like to learn more about our services, please contact us at: email@example.com.
Don't worry if you think your child may have to go into Clearing - there's still a good chance they can get a place at university this autumn.
Your child will normally be eligible if:
If they are eligible for Clearing, it will show up on their UCAS Track page, where they will find a Clearing number and a "Add a Clearing Choice" button.
For more comprehensive advice, please see our Clearing guide.