My top tips for preparing for results day

There’s no denying it, results day can be daunting. You could be the most confident person in the world that you’ve done well in your exams and still, in the run-up, doubt everything you wrote in your exams and think about all the things you could’ve messed up. The bottom line is, after you’ve finished … Continue reading My top tips for preparing for results day

Get a good night’s sleep: my results day story

Hello! I’m Charlotte, a 3rd year student studying English and History here at York. Here is my results day story: What happened on results day? My results were released sooner than expected, which caught me a little off-guard, but I was pleased because it broke the suspense. For me, the notification that I had been … Continue reading Get a good night’s sleep: my results day story

Try to stay calm: my results day story

Hello, my name is Eve and I have just finished my first year of Sociology at the University of York. Here is my results day story: What happened on results day? Whilst I was nervous when I woke up in the morning to get my results, my experience with results day came from a more … Continue reading Try to stay calm: my results day story

It turned out for the best: my results day story

Hey there! I’m Sophie, a 2nd Year student studying History here at York. Here is my results day story: What happened on results day? I checked the UCAS website first thing in the morning before heading into sixth-form to get my results. I was delighted to see that I had got into the University of … Continue reading It turned out for the best: my results day story

Even better than I expected: my results day story

Hi! My name is Isabelle and I’m in my second year studying Biology at York. Here is my results day story: What are your top tips for preparing for results day? Make plans for the two or three days in the lead up to results day. Being distracted will help a lot as there is … Continue reading Even better than I expected: my results day story

You’ve done as much as you can: my results day story

Hi! My name’s Annabel and I’ve just finished my first year of studying English here at York. Here is my results day story: What are your top tips for preparing for results day? I found the lead-up to results day to be super nerve-racking. Having already waited months to find out how I’d done in … Continue reading You’ve done as much as you can: my results day story

Everything will be fine: my results day story

Hey there! My name is Beth and I’m in my second year studying Bioarchaeology here at York. Here is my results day story: What happened on results day? I received an email from York, which was my first choice university, confirming my place. This meant that I knew I hadn’t done too badly as I … Continue reading Everything will be fine: my results day story

I got in! My results day experience

Hi! My name’s Morgan and I’m a 2nd Year Biology student. Here’s my results day story: I ended up being on holiday for results day – both fortunately and unfortunately! Realising that I wasn’t going to be in the same country as my school, the universities I might have to talk to and my friends, … Continue reading I got in! My results day experience

It’s not the end of the world: my results day story

Hello! I’m Laura, a 2nd Year English student here at York. Here is my results day story: What happened on results day? I was getting ready to go into college feeling very anxious when my Mum, who had been sat at the computer refreshing UCAS for probably 20 minutes, called me down. Running over to … Continue reading It’s not the end of the world: my results day story

Preparing to finish my Management placement: They think it’s all over, it is now…

​Hey everyone! Welcome to what is probably the final instalment of my Management placement journey. Well done if you’ve kept up with it all so far! If you’ve been reading from the beginning, you’ll know I’ve been on quite a journey, and wow what a year it has been. In case you missed it, my … Continue reading Preparing to finish my Management placement: They think it’s all over, it is now…