Ucas figures reveal that 79,627 people are still waiting for decisions from universities the day after receiving A-level results.
Tens of thousands of students are still waiting to hear if they have secured a university place, latest figures from Ucas reveal.
According to the admissions service, around 30,000 fewer students have had their places confirmed, compared with the same point last year.
The update comes the day after students across England, Wales and Northern Ireland received their A-level results.
It shows that 79,627 people are still waiting for decisions, up from 78,141 at this point last year.
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