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Havering GCSEs 2014: Anxious pupils to find out results today

18:28 20 August 2014

Thousands of students are picking up their GCSE results today

Thousands of students are picking up their GCSE results today

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The nail-biting wait will be over today for students across Havering receiving their GCSE results.

Pupils will be heading into school this morning to find out how they got on in the exams.

We will be covering the day on our liveblog - click here to follow the action.

Tweet your exam selfies to @romfordrecorder or email them to laura.burnip@archant.co.uk and let us know how you will be celebrating.

Good luck everyone!

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