Nerves are surely high as the New Zealand Qualifications Authority makes available NCEA results for 2015.
Almost 170,000 students can view their results via the NZQA website.
The NZQA provided exam resources online back in October, including a YouTube video offering study tips to students and parents.
A range of apps were also released to help students with their preparation, including the NCEA Student app.
The NCEA website also offers past examination papers and more study advice.
Students can request a copy of their Record of Achievement from 14 January, which will be mailed out.
According to the NZQA, marked NCEA exam papers are returned to students from late January. After receiving marked papers, students are able to apply for reviews and reconsiderations of their results until Friday 19 February.
Students who sat New Zealand Scholarship exams will be able to view their results online from Tuesday 9 February and apply for reviews and reconsiderations until Friday 4 March.
The NZQA says National achievement statistics will be made available on the NZQA website as soon as they are prepared at the end of March.