UCAS Track website down with A-Level students unable to get results

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A-Level students are currently unable to access their results with a section of the UCAS website down.

Teenagers are unable to log into the track system on the website.

Hundreds of Year 13 students have since vented their frustration on social media.

One wrote: "This is ridiculous on a day like this, needs sorting ASAP."

Another said: “As usual a shambles with @ucas_online not having a decent backbone for their online service. You would have thought with the current uncertainties for students they would have improved this?"

The Track system is usually available from 8am on results day and this is then frozen until midday at the earliest.

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