It's a big slap on the back for brainbox Tom Daley, who has aced his A-levels.
The Olympic diver has achieved an A* in photography and As in Spanish and maths.
The bronze medallist sat his final exams at Plymouth College in June.
Sharing his results with his 2.4 million Twitter followers, he posted a 36-second video talking about the grades. WATCH the video above.
He told fans: "Okay, so just got my A-level results on email which is the most nerve-wracking thing ever, having to open that and see it come through.
"But anyway, I opened it and I have now officially got an A* in photography, A in Spanish and an A in maths, so very happy with that. I never have to go to school ever again. I am kind of going to miss it but I mean I'm very happy to come away with straight As and yeah, very happy.
"Now it's time to kind of enjoy the rest of my world trip."
He previously picked up A grade A-levels in photography and Spanish and an A grade AS-level in maths.
Tom should have left school last summer but delayed some of his studies to train for the Olympics.
He previously picked up A-grade A-levels in photography and Spanish and an A-grade AS-level in maths.
He began studying at Plymouth College in April 2009, when, as a 15-year-old, he was taken out of Plymouth's state-run Eggbuckland Community College after saying he was being bullied.
The star is currently backpacking after landing his own ITV2 fly-on-the-wall show.
'Tom's World Trip' will follow him on his adventures across the globe with best friend Sophie, and will air later this year.