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Pupils at Gower College in Swansea were celebrating their A-Level results this morning.
Principal Mark Jones said: "A fantastic set of results. We've got 98% pass rates this year, and 25% of those getting their results have got A or A* grades. Today is a day of great celebration."
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More than 10,000 young people across Wales are waiting anxiously to receive their A-level results today.
Last year, the proportion of Welsh pupils receiving the top grades fell for the fourth time in succession, while pupils here fell further behind their counterparts in England.
Last year, 22.9% of pupils in Wales received an A or A* at A-level, compared to 26.3% in England.
The overall pass rate in Wales remained the same, at 97.6% - compared to 98.1% in England.
For many young people, their grades will allow them to confirm places at university, or enter clearing - often if they have not got the grades they hoped for.
All eight Welsh universities have said that they have undergraduate places available via clearing.
Many other young people will choose to take up courses in further education, apprenticeships, or go into the workplace.
AS-level and Welsh Baccalaureate results will also be issued to pupils today.
With thousands of students across the country due to receive their exam results over the next two weeks, Jeff Cuthbert AM says it is important for them to know that they are 'not alone' during this stressful time.
Pupils who feel stressed as they await their A-Level, GCSE and other exam results can find emotional support through Meic, says Communities Minister Jeff Cuthbert.
Meic is the Welsh Government-funded advocacy, information and advice service for children and young people.
With results due over the next two weeks, the service is highlighting the emotional support it offers to those waiting to see how they have done in their GCSEs and A-Levels.
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