As A-level results day looms ever closer, TES wants to hear from you to get a sense of how this year's results might be shaping up.
Earlier this week, education secretary Nicky Morgan said it was not important to see "numbers rise" in A-level results, adding further weight to expectations that results are likely to drop when they are published on Thursday.
So we want you to take our completely anonymous survey on Wednesday and help us build a picture of how the nation's schools are faring on A-level results day.
Also, in order to help schools, students and their parents digest the day's results, TES will be hosting a live webchat at 5.30pm with a panel of experts who will share their advice and tips on what their next steps should be.
And as usual, TES will also be hosting a live blog on all the day's events, keeping you right up to date with the latest news and developments on what is expected to be another eventful results day.
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