I would suggest you call HR at Deloitte and ask them exactly what they are interested in regarding the Awards and Prizes question. If the question is only concerned with academic/sporting/extra curricula awards and prizes and you simply don’t have many (or any) of these, then you won’t be able to submit much information here and will have to compensate with outstanding answers for your other questions. However, it may be that Deloitte would also consider an answer detailing general achievements, allowing you to talk about societies you were in at Uni, College or outside of your education, your hobbies and activities you’ve been involved in that you feel you have personally benefited from.
For the Results question - not sure I get you totally. What are they, and what are you, asking exactly? Have they seen your results already and are asking this as a consequence or is this just a general question?
Bear in mind for this kind of thing that if candidates try to over excuse poor results (things like illness, high involvement with clubs/societies, etc) it can seem a little arrogant, needy and resentful. Some recruiters will get the impression that you are the kind of person who thinks themselves better than they are and doesn’t really care enough about their academic work, because they are too sociable. To some recruiters this gives the impression that you would also under-perform in a work environment, if hired.
It can sometimes be more advantageous to stand up for yourself and what you have achieved. For example, companies sometimes ask candidates with a 2.1 degree if they were aiming for a 1st and if they are happy with their 2.1. Rather than telling them that you were aiming for a first but failed, and missed it, it can make a much better impression to tell them that you were aiming for a 2.1 and achieved it with flying colours. You can explain that you decided aiming for a first would have been impossible with your hectic extra-curricula busy lifestyle and that you organised yourself to ensure you’d hit a 2.1. Now, rather than coming across as the guy who underperforms, you come across as an organised and sensible individual who accepts their limitations and achieves what they set out to do. Companies want to hire exceptional individuals, but they also want to hire sensible people, who will be complete their assigned role.
Re-state yourself and I’ll try to help more.