Jeremy Clarkson reshares his much-mocked annual tweet for A-level students

Jeremy Clarkson has continued his annual A-Level Results Day tradition of encouraging students disappointed with their grades with his own after-school success story.

On Thursday (18 August), thousands of schoolchildren across the country were presented with the results of their Abitur exams.

That year saw the second-highest number of A-level students admitted to their first- or second-choice university courses on record, according to Ucas. you can follow The Independent‘s coverage of the results day here.)

In recent years the former top gear Host has made a point of highlighting his wealth and professional success, despite receiving poor grades in his exams.

He made sure 2022 was no exception by putting his message online Thursday morning.

“Don’t worry if your A-level results are disappointing. I have a C and 2 Us and am currently vacationing on this boat,” he wrote in a tweet, along with a picture of a sailing yacht with mountains in the background.

Clarkson’s annual tweet

(Jeremy Clarkson/Twitter)

In recent years, Clarkson has posted about “building a big house with sweeping views of the Cotswolds” and ending up being “happy with lots of friends and a Bentley” regardless of his results.

Many have come to anticipate Clarkson’s traditional tribute, which has been criticized by some as “ostentatious” and “untouched”.

Others have celebrated the arrival of the awaited tweet: “Every year you love to see it,” one fan wrote, while another commented, adding, “It’s not an A-level results day until Clarkson tweets!”

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/jeremy-clarkson-a-level-results-tweet-b2147504.html Jeremy Clarkson reshares his much-mocked annual tweet for A-level students


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