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Aug 10, 2020 3 tweets 2 min read
(THREAD) All those doing #alevels2020 #AlevelResults- here's how #Clearing2020 works:
1. You'll be told you're in Clearing when you log into Track and there'll be a Clearing ID number.
2. Use this website: ucas.com/clearing-launch
Unlike adjustment, you don't need to apply for clearing- you'll be told you're in it.
3. Find a course, scroll to the end and call up the number, you'll need your clearing ID on UCAS, UCAS ID, course code you want to apply for etc. It'll be a chat or an interview depending on uni
4. Some unis like Nottingham suggest filling in online clearing forms- you can do this if you want- they open at 8am on the website! Keep in mind that some clearing entry requirements may be lower than those listed on the website.

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Sep 28, 2020
So, you’re wondering how university students are feeling? Let’s talk: mental health of the A-level 2020 kids, because now I actually have to make a PT 2.
I’m at university, and I feel like I’m being thrown to the wolves. (Please. read. this. thread.)
#studentlockdown
1. Door handles. Shared kitchens. I’ve come into contact with more people in…a day…than I have in the past 6 months. Your social circle is limited to your corridor. These are supposed to be the best years of your life. I cannot see it. I'm lonely.
2. This is what the PM said: We will ensure that schools, colleges and universities stay open-because nothing is more important than the education, health and wellbeing of our young people, you said. Health? Health? Oh the IRONY. Wellbeing? Are you being serious?
#studentlockdown
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Sep 15, 2020
Mental health in a pandemic- some thoughts in a thread:
1. I'm exhausted. It's impossible to switch off, and if you do, it’s very likely you would have missed an important Twitter announcement coming in at 22.30, because the government can't be bothered with press conferences.
2. We’re berated for not “staying alert” enough, "mingling" by bumping into a family on the street, but our government willingly breaks international law. Read that again. And again.
3. For a lot of people who were already at a low point, we have sunk lower.
Say goodbye to the banana bread days in March and hello to Brexit, chaos and frustration in December.
4. Hospital admissions and cases are on the up and all this is dismissed as "scaremongering" and "negativity" when it's reality. Positivity isn't pretending things don't exist.
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Aug 31, 2020
I made this thread 3 weeks ago, with 13 followers. It taught me that there are so many kind people in the world, that I can write, I can write relatively well, that if I shout loud enough then I will be heard. But as back to school nears, I am.....
sat looking at my uniform knowing I’ll never put it on again, craving the interaction and structure school provided.
School isn’t always a happy place for everybody. It definitely wasn’t at times for me. But in this period of unending time and limbo,watching headline after....
headline flicker after each other, company after company drop jobs, compounds the uneasy dread in my stomach.

I still have some dreams. I want to change the world. But for now, I am left to scrolling through empty word documents and social media.
Read 4 tweets
Aug 31, 2020
(THREAD): Seeing as the PM can't seem to figure out the educational mess he's created and just why going back to school is a controversy, I thought I'd make a thread telling him.
1. We know there is little risk to children. We really, really, really do. See what I'm doing?
Repeating a word over and over again, just like you!
2. We want to go back to school. You're fighting this argument by yourself. We do. Teachers, students, parents would send their children BUT the main problems are adult-related. Why is that so difficult to understand?
Adults, adults, adults- the adults that teach the children, that run the school, the adults they come to, the cleaners, the staff, the grandparents. The risk of transmitting and carrying COVID to adults, especially those vulnerable, matters. It ain't rocket science.
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Aug 12, 2020
(THREAD) So, let's talk: mental health of Y13s, because this week, everybody remembers we exist!
1. We 'left' school in March. No/little contact with school after, no work, no purpose.
2. Exams cancelled. Nobody knew anything for 2 days.
#AlevelResults #alevels2020 #alevels
3. 5 months of waiting for results. Blamed by Y12s for 'taking up uni places'. 5 months of listless boredom, time with our thoughts.
4. SQA Results come out- everyone panics.
5. Students can take their mock grades. We were told. At 22.30. On the 11th.
The mock grades are unfair for multiple reasons (who does better in mocks?), but also the fact people cheat, people see the question papers, leaving lots of students feeling stupid.
6. Results Day? Haha you think you can see teachers? Noooo, not quite...
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