The day that every college student dreads is here – A-Level results day.
Dreams will be made or crushed in the opening of an envelope, with some celebrating and some commiserating as they find out how they’ve done.
But while A-Levels are essential if university is your next desired step, there are plenty of other options out there whether you get the results you want or not.
Just look at Geri Halliwell. She scored an A in English language at Camden School for Girls but didn’t bother with uni and instead became a Spice Girl.
While respected Channel 4 journalist Jon Snow only managed to get a C in English language but failed geography and biology before moving college and managed to get enough point to “scrape a place reading law at the University of Liverpool.”
“I was really chuffed I got any A-levels at all, I was a complete dunderhead,” he once said.
Here’s how the rest of the celebs fared on A-Level day…
Despite training around the clock for her Olympic diving career, Tom still managed to earn As in photography, Spanish and maths. He then topped that with a bronze medal in the London 2012 Olympics.
He’s got so many clothes her keeps them at his aunt’s house, and he’s also got a secret raft of qualifications too.
Before finding fame in the music biz, he studied media studies, religious studies and psychology and earned two Bs and a D.
Wills is quite the brain box as one would expect after years at Eton. He scored an A in geography, a B in art and a C in biology.
You wouldn’t want to take Wills and Kate on in a game of Trivial Pursuit given their combined powers of intelligence.
Kate actually out-performed her husband, earning As in maths and art and a B in English.
Action-man Harry was never one for academia but still managed to earn a respectful B in art and a D in geography.
He ditched his third subject after AS level stage at Eton.
She was brainy in Harry Potter and she’s even brainier in real life having gained straight As in English literature, geography and art in 2008 – taking her exams at the same time she was shooting the film.
Rusty Rockets is particularly proud of the fact he didn’t managed to obtain a single A-Level.
“Good luck with your exams but don’t take it seriously – I have no A-Levels and am now studied for A-Level, it’s all rhubarb,” he tweeted.