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Thousand of teens go back to school for GCSE results

PUBLISHED: 06:00 25 August 2016 | UPDATED: 08:34 25 August 2016

GCSE results are out tomorrow

GCSE results are out tomorrow

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Teenagers across the country face one of the most nerve-racking days of their young lives today with the publication of GCSE results.

Schools up and down the country will be handing out grades to their students, on a day that will help determine what the youngsters next moves will be.

English, Maths and Science are exams all students had to sit, as well as a whole host of other subjects, ranging from languages to design and technology.

Here at the Islington Gazette we’ll be bringing you all the latest news and grades from across the borough. You can follow all the latest by clicking here.

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