It is 'A' levels results day - and across the region thousands of young people have been finding out if they've got the grades that could play an important part in shaping their career.
Nationally the number of students achieving top grades is slightly down. But here in the south west there are still plenty of success stories. Jeff Welch reports
Thousands of students who do not get the results they hoped for still get places at university through clearing. Here's how it works.
Whether you are considering looking for a job, apprenticeship, course or a gap year, there is a website to help you.
You have got your grades and got in to university - but what next?