Prepare To Help Thousands Of Students To Find University Places

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A calender shows the days being crossed off for August as employees... News PhotoA-Levels,Assistance,Calendar,Cheltenham,Day,Education,England,Horizontal,Occupation,Person in Education,Preparation,Solutions,Telephone,UKPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2010 Getty ImagesCHELTENHAM, ENGLAND - AUGUST 18: A calender shows the days being crossed off for August as employees in the UCAS clearing house call centre answer telephone enquiries as they prepare to assist A-level students ahead of results day on August 18, 2010 in Cheltenham, England. With A-level results published in England and Wales tomorrow, the university admissions service (UCAS) say they are expecting 'even greater' pressure this year during the clearing process - which matches students who have been turned down by their original choices, to other courses. A record 170,000 students will miss out on places at university, which is due to the record number of applicants, up 11.6 percent this year. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)