CAO Results - The Complete Guide
Only in this Monday's Irish Independent
They have their results. What now for the 57,000 or so Leaving Certificate 2014 candidates ?
About 46,000 students in the class of 2014 - three in four - have applied to the CAO for a place in college and are awaiting the offers on Monday.
Others have applied elsewhere, or are still undecided about what to do.
In whatever category they are, the Irish Independent Going to College supplement being published on Monday, will be an essential read for students , as well as their parents/guardians, as they prepare for the next step.
At 32 pages it is bigger than ever, and will include the points for all 1,400 CAO courses and plenty more besides, including what to do if the preferred offer doesn’t come up, tips for settling into college life, student finance and Adrian Weckler’s student gadget guide.
Guidance counsellor Aoife Walsh , a weekly columnist with the Irish Independent, will cover a range of possibilities, both inside and outside the CAO , highlighting the many opportunities out there, even for those who have no idea about what to do.
There will be also inspiring stories about existing third-level students, or recent graduates with example s of interesting journeys to and through college and the world of work.
The Irish Independent, along with eircom, sponsors the annual Exam Helpline 1800 265 165, organised by the National Parents Council and staffed by members of the Institute of Guidance Counsellors. For the first time time, this year, a representative of the student grant awarding body, SUSI , is also taking calls on the helpline.
The helpline will be open from 8a.m. on Monday with guidance counsellors on hand to offer one-to one advice to students and their parents/guardians.
In addition to the helpline, independent.ie will broadcast question and answer sessions with guidance counsellors on Monday afternoon.
Questions for the broadcast may be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org , or twitter #indoexams2014.