As a record number of students prepare to take up places at university in the autumn, Twitter has been alight with excitement.
Before breakfast, people were cracking jokes and lightening the mood on what’s a pretty stressful and emotional day.
Here’s our pick of the best so far… and we'll keep updating throughout the day.
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- Top Tips And Advice On The Clearing Process
If you failed your A-levels, worry not. I didn’t take them and look at me. I’m in my pants, eating toast and typing platitudes to strangers.— SimonNRicketts (@SimonNRicketts) August 13, 2015
To everyone worrying about their A Level results remember that Pitbull rhymed "Kodak" with "Kodak" and he is a millionaire #Alevelresults— Gogglebox Scarlett (@ScarlettMoffatt) August 13, 2015
Getting #ALevelresults? Remember Prince Charles only got 2 (a B and a C) yet still went on to Cambridge and is next in line for the throne.— David Schneider (@davidschneider) August 13, 2015
Aaaah I remember #Alevelresults day. Led me to a glittering English Literature degree which is why I work in IT.— Craptain Poopington (@badongism) August 13, 2015
Don't worry about your results, I didn't even do #ALevels and loo- [picks wotsit crumbs from belly button and sucks finger] look at me now.— Dan (@ehdannyboy) August 13, 2015
My careers teacher wrongly told me I'd be an MP or a banker with my intended degree. I've been mis-sold PPE.August 13, 2015
As Buzz Lightyear said, "to university and beyond!" #Alevelresults— Melissa Rose (@melrosekingsley) August 13, 2015
Thats about it really.— Will Thompson (@WillTomThompson) August 13, 2015
Numbers!!! It's as though you had to do A-level maths to understand your marks for the rest of the courses. #Alevelresults— Daniel Wittenberg (@DannyWittenberg) August 13, 2015
#Alevelresults don't worry there not written in stone, unless you took masonry— hudson (@hudsonzero) August 13, 2015