Belfast Telegraph

Friday 26 December 2014

CCEA to open exam helpline for Northern Ireland students

A helpline for students in Northern Ireland needing assistance to plan their future after getting their exam results will open its lines next Wednesday, August 13
A helpline for students in Northern Ireland needing assistance to plan their future after getting their exam results will open its lines next Wednesday, August 13

A helpline for students in Northern Ireland needing assistance to plan their future after getting their exam results will open its lines next Wednesday, August 13.

The helpline, run by exams body the Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA), will offer advice and guidance for the thousands of students expecting their A-Level and GCSE results over the next fortnight.

It will operate from 9am until 5pm, August 13-29, although lines will open early at 7am on results days. Anyone with queries regarding CCEA's examination results can call 028 9026 1260.

Students needing help can also email helpline@ccea.org.uk, or log onto the CCEA website ccea.org.uk to search for answers from the Frequently Asked Questions section.

CCEA Examinations Manager Michael Crossan said: "Results day is an important time for students, their families and schools. At CCEA we would like to reassure all those awaiting results that there is help at hand should you need guidance or assistance."

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