The 2020 results day for A-Level students (13 August) will be the most unpredictable on record, with all grades estimated by teachers, based on mock exams, assessments and homework, and standardised by Ofqual using a model they will not reveal until the day itself. A Level Results Hotline - from 13 AugustTutor House is running a free advice hotline from Thursday 13th to Sunday 16th August where students can speak to an experienced academic advisor about their personal situation. This year they expect to receive 50% more calls than before. Former teacher Alex Dyer, founder and CEO of Tutor House, says: “The Class of 2020, more than any other year, really needs support and advice. This isn’t the time to panic, it’s the time to take a measured approach. There are a range of options, and that’s why this year our four-day advice hotline will have more experienced tutors on hand than in previous years.” Parents and students can contact the hotline in a variety of ways:
- Use the online live chat service on the Tutor House website
- Call Tutor House on 020 3950 0320
- Book a 15 or 30 minute call back
- Use Facebook messenger - search TutorHouseLondon
The hotline will be open from 7am to 7pm, Thursday 13 August to Sunday 16 August. Dyer will be one of eight Tutor House tutors on hand to explain the options, including university clearing and retakes.