It’s that time of year again, when teens nationwide celebrate or commiserate over three little letters in a scary brown envelope. Every year, we hear news stories about what’s changed with A-Level results. This year it was the 3 percent rise from last year in the number of students offered university places, despite seeing a 0.1 percent decrease in the number of A*-A grades. Meanwhile, on social media, everything else stays the same. Sixth formers announce which uni they’ll be going to, newspapers photograph teens jumping outside a school hall, and older generations offer ‘helpful’ reminders that success is not defined by your exam results (Great. Glad to hear getting a job in the 80s was so easy for you). And then there’s Twitter, which, as usual, is flooded with memes, gifs, and witticisms reacting to the joy and horror of #alevelresults. Let’s take a look at the best.

On the pre-results jitters:

On advice from older generations:

On uni:

On other people asking how you did:

On expectations:

On the aerodynamics of sixth formers:

On celebrations:

On your friends getting better results than you:

On being surprised by the results:

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On where the revision went wrong:

On not taking any chances: