It's A Levels results this week and the Birmingham Post has teamed up with UCAS to offer students live online advice on what to do next.
Join UCAS advisor Beth Hayes between 12pm and 1pm on Thursday (August 18) to ask her and the UCAS team about applying to university.
Whether you've got better grades than expected, wondering whether your three Cs are enough or not sure whether you've made the right choice, then Beth can help point you in the right direction.
This is Beth's ninth year of clearing since she joined UCAS and she'll do her best to answer all questions about university and the clearing process.
Beth went to the University of Gloucestershire, as she's from Cheltenham and needed to study locally. She got a 2:1 in English and Pyschology. In her A Levels she studied English, Art and Design, French and General Studies.
Ask your questions to Beth and the team below from 12pm. Please include your first name and location when asking a question, you don't need to give your surname.
There will be an additional Q&A live at 6pm.
Birmingham Post and UCAS have teamed up to offer this Q&A session to make sure students and parents get their questions answered.