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In Pictures: Hugs, tears and cheers on A-level results day

Teenagers across the country have been opening envelopes containing their exam results.

Students celebrate their A-level results at Roedean School in Brighton (Gareth Fuller/PA)
Students celebrate their A-level results at Roedean School in Brighton (Gareth Fuller/PA)

By PA Reporters

Students across the country have been receiving their A-levels results, bringing plenty of joy for teenagers and their families.

Lara Wells celebrates with her mum Emma after collecting her results at Norwich School (Joe Giddens/PA)
Hannah Dobson, Sophie Todd, Steven Denby and Harry Peachment were among the delighted teenagers at Norwich School (Joe Giddens/PA)
Three students at Roedean School in Brighton were over the moon at their results (Gareth Fuller/PA)
Excited students chatted about their A-level performance at Ark Academy in Wembley, London (Jonathan Brady/PA)
Benjamin Sheridan, 19, (left) and John Brown, 18, enjoyed the moment together at St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School, Bristol (Ben Birchall/PA)
Molly Rasbash, 18, got a kiss from her mum Jacky Willett after opening her results (Ben Birchall/PA)
Students were all smiles at King Edward VI High School for Girls in Birmingham (Jacob King/PA)
Aishani Ghosh, 18, showed why she has won a place to study at the London Contemporary Dance School (Jacob King/PA)
Jessica Tedd is aiming for the stars after being awarded 4 A* grades to earn a place to study physics at Oxford University (Jacob King/PA)
Another happy teenager was Aaliyah Wallace who got three A* grades in her A-levels (Jacob King/PA)
Yash Shah overcame the challenge of being registered blind to get his A-levels (Jonathan Brady/PA)
Twin brothers Patrick and Chris Lotery, of Peter Symonds College in Winchester, received five A* grades each (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Students celebrate at Peter Symonds College in Winchester (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Cousins Tyler Crooks and Scott Chambers collect their results at Abbey Community College in Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland (Niall Carson/PA)
All smiles at Roedean School in Brighton (Gareth Fuller/PA)
Paloma Shemirani, with her A-level results of A*, A*, A, at Roedean School. She has gained a place at Cambridge University after recently learning she has also made it to the final of the Miss Brighton contest 2019 (Gareth Fuller/PA)



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