Thousands of university places could still be available for students looking to secure a place in university through clearing.
Students across Wales, England and Northern Ireland will find out tomorrow if they have achieved the grades to secure a university place.
For those who don't, there are more than 27,000 courses listed on the UCAS clearing website, as of this morning, according to a Press Association survey.
The survey is based on 148 UK universities and colleges.
Clearing is the annual process that matches students without places, for example those that did not meet their required grades, with available courses.
Last year, almost 65,000 applicants found places through clearing, while almost 900 were placed through "adjustment", a scheme that allows applicants that do better than expected in their A-levels to trade up to another course or institution.
Universities have been entering clearing to attract and recruit qualified candidates as the number of applicants to UK universities continues to drop.
UCAS figures show a decrease of around 4% (down 25,190) compared with the same time last year.