Hundreds of thousands of teenagers across the country will find out their A-level results today.
From 8am, students in England, Wales and Northern Ireland will discover how they did in the summer exams.
Around 300,000 sixth-formers will receive their results, with many finding out if they got the grades to take up their chosen university courses.
Those who do better than expected will have the opportunity to "trade up" to a different university or degree; those who miss their offer grades can enter the "clearing" process to find an alternative course.
A record number of university places are on offer this year, with an additional 30,000 available.
Didn't get the grades you were expecting? You can still apply for university courses through a process called 'clearing'.
Jane Parry is lead tax partner at PM+M. Here she explains how parents can keep the cost of university funding down.