Exam advice for pupils

THERE are still plenty of options for young people who did not get the results they were hoping for.

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Tomorrow there will be an event, Secure Your Future, at Kelvingrove Art Gallery, between 10am and 3pm for those looking to find out all the options available to them.

Kelvingrove will host training providers, colleges and voluntary organisations who can help look at all the choices.

Young people can either come along on the day or call 0141 287 9158 or e-mail apprentices@glasgow.gov.uk for more details.

Skills Development Scotland (SDS) is urging people to call its Exam Results Helpline on 0808 100 8000.

The helpline will be open from 8am until 8pm today, and from 9am until 5pm until August 13.

There is also post-results information for young people and their parents on SDS's My World of Work website at www.myworldofwork.co.uk


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