Daley aims to make A-levels splash
Olympic medal hopeful Tom Daley is amongst the thousands of teenagers waiting to get A-level results, despite only being 17.
As well as preparing for the London Olympics next year, the world champion diver is studying maths, Spanish and photography at the independent Plymouth College.
He is due to pick up his photography A-level results, but will continue to combine his other studies next year with his training for the Games, where he is a strong medal contender.
The school said he will receive his results via email rather than attending in person.
The teenage star took to Twitter in response to people asking him if he was nervous as the day approached.
He wrote: "Yes?!?! Who isn't!!"
Daley has been a student at Plymouth College since April 2009, when as a 15-year-old he was taken out of Plymouth's state-run Eggbuckland Community College saying he was being bullied.
Eggbuckland's principal, Katrina Borowski, said at the time she was unaware of any bullying but admitted his "high profile" had led to a minority of students acting in an "immature way towards him".
His new school developed what headmaster Simon Wormleighton called "a flexible academic programme to fit in with his various commitments".