The A Level results coverage in the media feels eerily familiar today.
Photographers around the country have been visiting schools and snapping girls leaping into the air with such determination you'd think that the height they reach directly correlates to those sought-after A* grades.
Many newspapers stayed faithful to the hallowed tradition of the obligatory jumping photo this morning, making it appear that thousands of teenagers were simultaneously rising several inches off the ground after receiving their results, or at least waving pieces of paper around in uncontrollable glee.
How the papers covered A Level results 2014
Luckily, the people of Twitter had other ideas. We present our own list of alternative results photos - ranging from the bizarre to the sardonic, and also including two Game of Thrones references. One Direction also added a spoof picture to the conversation.