All the info you need to help you relax, to support your friends and to plan your next steps, whatever your results.
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If you've got questions about your results, didn't get the results you need or are worried about what your next steps, Young Scot outline where to find help and advice.
Join us on IGTV as we speak to Gemma from the Results Helpline, part of My World of Work, and put your questions to her about results and the next steps.
Worried about your results? Don't worry, not getting the grades you wanted isn't the end of the world. Read up on all your options if you haven't done as well as you thought you would.
Nervous about how your parents or carers might react to your exam results? Here's how to chat to them.
This year, there have been big changes to the results process because of the coronavirus pandemic. You probably have a lot of questions so we've got the answers to some of the big ones below.
How to cope with getting your results - and what to do if you don't get the results you wanted.
We go through all your feelings when you get your results through - from getting the mail to finding out how you got on!
Our guide to some of the top Young Scot discounts to help you celebrate your results with your friends and family!
Not sure what the SCQF certificate that came with your exam results means? We break it down and explain what it all means.
Things to avoid doing on social media on exam results day.
We give you advice on how not to upset your mates on exam results day, and avoid a fall out with friends over your grades.
You don't need to pass exams to be a success or go down an academic route. We list some celebrities who have done well without a traditional education.
Jealous of your friends exam results? Or upset you didn't do as well as you thought? Young Scot gives you advice on how to deal with all those post exam feelings.
Exams, work, life in general... lots of things can cause you to be stressed. Young Scot is here to share some tips on how to relax and de-stress.
Here's how to help and support your friend if they haven't done as well as you in their exams.
Tips on how to think positively and get rid of unhelpful negative thinking
Whether you are up for a party or a bit unsure about your future… it’s good to have a little celebration of getting through those tough exams and getting your results.
Sometimes we need to give our minds the freedom to unwind and relax. Check out our tips on taking a mind vacation.
The best thing you can do is just to be there for your friend when they want to talk. People are often reluctant to talk about the issues they are facing – so it can be a big deal when they decide to spill.
Motivation, hard work, and understanding your strengths could be the key to getting what you want!
Information on the meaning of stress, how stress can affect you and how you can combat it from our #AyeFeel page all about supporting your mental health and emotional wellbeing.
Being well rested is essential for good mental and physical health
Learn more about the SCQF and find out how it can help you in your future work or study plans.
The SCQF is a way to make it easier to describe, compare and understand qualifications. Watch the video to find out how it affects you.
The SCQF helps people of all ages and circumstances to access the education and training that is appropriate to them over their lifetime. Watch the video find out more.
Understanding the SCQF will help you to make sense of your exam certificate as it is a way of describing and comparing qualifications.
There are lots of different routes people go down throughout their learner journey.
Amanda did not meet the conditions for going to university but didn't let that stand in the way!
Talking about feelings can be really useful for trying to understand ourselves and get problems and worries out of our heads.
Feeling stressed or anxious? Try these breathing exercises to help you relax.
Find information about how to look after your emotional wellbeing, support from organisations around Scotland and tips on how to promote a positive mindset.