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Results Day

A guide to help you prepare for your Results Day

What to expect

We know that Results Day is a big day for you and a vital step towards your study at Higher Education.

Unlike other universities, we always deal directly with you. And Results Day won’t be any different. LIS won’t receive your results through UCAS or from your school. Similarly, you won’t be able to see any updates from LIS on your UCAS Track or through teachers at your school or college.

Instead, we’ll have a conversation with you, on the phone, to talk through how your results went. We hope that the day is exactly how you planned it to be. But even if it isn’t, we’ll be here to talk to you about all the eventualities of the day.

Although Results Day can be busy and nerve-wracking, we want you to make the best decision for you about your next steps and we will take the time to help you on the day. In the meantime, to help alleviate some of those pre-Results Day worries, here’s what you can expect from LIS on Results Day and some practical ways to be prepared.

LIS Results Day 2021

Getting ahead

Before Results Day, LIS will email you to assign you a window when you can expect a call from a member of the LIS team.

Phone calls should last around 20-30 minutes and you’ll be able to discuss:
- The grades you achieved
- The conditions of your offer
- Offers from other institutions
- Your next steps

If you miss the phone call slot, that’s OK, you can phone us directly on the day on 0203 409 1912. We will be taking a lot of calls on the day, so please don’t panic if you don’t get through immediately. You can also email to arrange another phone call slot.

Here’s a checklist for you, to help you get ready for Results Day:

Book the call in your calendar

Find a quiet space

Fully charge your devices

Have a good internet connection

Get your transcripts or certificates ready

Grab a pen and paper

Be logged into UCAS track

Guiding you through the day

Watch this short video to gain an overview of how to prepare and what to expect on Results Day.

Answering your questions...

We've answered some of the questions you may have below.

Results Day

When are the key dates for Results Day?

  • IB results day is on Monday 5th July 2021
  • A-Level, SQA and most BTEC results day is on Tuesday 10th August 2021

How do I get in touch with LIS on Results Day?

If you are an Offer Holder, then you will be allocated a time slot for a call on Results Day with a designated LIS team member. They will be able to have a conversation with you directly. They will be able to discuss with you:  

  • The grades you achieved   
  • The conditions of your offer 
  • Offers from other institutions 
  • Your next steps 

I’ll be abroad on Results Day can I still have a call on Results Day?

You certainly can! Just email us on to let us know when we can call, and we’ll arrange an online call. 

What happens if I don’t make my conditions for LIS but make them for other institutions?

Whilst we cannot guarantee that a place will still be available, our phone lines will be open for offer holders, and we will consider each applicant on a case-by-case basis.

What about if I have other conditions as well as my A-level/BTEC/IB grades to fulfil?

You’ll need to fulfill all the conditions of your offer by the deadline set. If you have any concerns then get in touch with and we’ll be able to talk this through with you.

How do I withdraw my applications from UCAS?

Make sure you do this after you’ve received your A-Level, BTEC or IB results. This is so you can be certain that you have met the conditions of your offer and that you are certain about your final decision to come to LIS. It’s important to note that you do not have to do either of the options below on Results Day itself. You can complete them after Results Day – any time before enrolment to your chosen institution begins. 

Withdraw your application on Track

  • Log into your UCAS Track using your Personal ID and password
  • Head to options choices > confirmed places > self-release form > confirm release from your offers
  • One email will be sent from UCAS to say that you have entered Clearing. You will need to out into Clearing to receive communications about Clearing options. If you do not opt into Clearing then your application will time out in September

Fill out the cancellation form 

  • To remove yourself from UCAS you will need to complete a UCAS cancellation form.
  • You can complete this on Track or call UCAS directly on 0371 468 0468 and they will complete the cancellation form for you. You will need to have your Personal ID and password to complete this
  • This will mean you do not enter Clearing and your UCAS application will be cancelled
  • Please read the UCAS cancellation process (and refund policy) 

 In either of these options, we advise that you send a courtesy email to the institutions you received offers from to tell them they have cancelled your application. 

Are there any consequences to withdrawing my application on UCAS?

Yes. If you withdraw (and complete the cancellation form) from UCAS you will not be able to apply for your chosen institutions for the academic year 2021/22. If you withdraw and change your mind, you will need to start another application for future years.

How do I withdraw my application to LIS?

You will have the opportunity to speak to a member of the LIS team on Results Day. You can withdraw your application on Results Day by completing a withdrawal form whilst on the phone to a member of the LIS team.

Is LIS part of Clearing?

Given our approach and commitment to interview all applicants we will not be taking part in Clearing (read more about why we’re not taking part in Clearing).  

However, if you have been through our admissions process, successfully received an offer but not responded to your offer, you will be able to contact us on your Results Day (5th July or 10th August 2021).

How do I defer my place?

You will have the opportunity to speak to a member of the LIS team on results day about the deferral process. If you have successfully met the conditions of your offer then you can complete a deferral form that will be sent to you after your phone call.

Once I’ve had my call with LIS, how do I know my place at LIS is confirmed?

After your call with a member of the LIS team, you will receive an email confirming your place at LIS.  

You can expect enrollment to begin in September ready for you to begin Welcome Week on Monday 27th September. 

I’ve applied for student finance with another initiation, how do I change it?

Here is some guidance on how to transfer your student finance from another university. You’ll also be able to talk through how to do this with a member of the LIS team on Results Day.

Get in touch

If you have any questions, simply email or give us a call on 0203 409 1912.