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Redbridge results: A-level students find out how they did

PUBLISHED: 07:00 18 August 2016 | UPDATED: 14:50 18 August 2016

Head girl Alexandra Davies hugging Georgia Carter at Forest School after receiving their A-level results last year. Picture: Forest School

Head girl Alexandra Davies hugging Georgia Carter at Forest School after receiving their A-level results last year. Picture: Forest School

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Recorder reporters are visiting schools in the borough this morning covering the A-level results as they happen.

The Recorder wishes good luck to all the borough’s A-level students discovering their results this morning.

Reporters Chloe Farand and Ellena Cruse are out to hear your stories so come and say hello if you spot them.

Keep track of the latest of today’s news by visiting ilfordrecorder.co.uk/seasonal/exam-results or follow us on Twitter using the hashtag #RedbridgeResults.

Email ralph.blackburn@archant.co.uk with all your results, stories and future plans.

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