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Amy Willerton backs the Exam Results Helpline!

By Sj.Cliff
Amy Willerton backs the Exam Results Helpline!

‘I’m a Celebrity…’ contestant and general babe Amy Willerton has been revealed as the new face of the Exam Results Helpline!

The helpline, funded by the Department for Education, has been put in place to help you guys decide where to go with your exam results you’ve received, from higher education to careers. Staffed by independent and experienced career advisors, those who receive A-level (as well as GCSE or equivalent qualifications) can call to discuss their results and the options that they have with them.

 

Amy, 21, said: ‘I’m thrilled to be supporting such a valuable helpline for students who are at a crucial point in their education. There are so many options out there for young people. My friends have taken a variety of paths including higher education and going straight into a job.

"There really is something to suit everybody. I got an A* and 2 Bs in my A levels and was going to study media at Cardiff but I didn’t go to university in the end. I like to think that maybe at some point I’ll do a degree though. The great thing about Higher Education is that you can go back anytime and you can even study part time and from home. If it was the right thing for me to go back and study again then I’d definitely do it.”


Need advice with your next steps? The Exam Results Helpline number is 0808 100 8000 and open from the 5th of August in Scotland and august 15th for everyone else in the UK.

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