The proportion of students achieving the top grades at A-level has fallen to its lowest level for more than a decade, this year’s results show.
This year some 25.5% got an A grade or higher – the lowest level since 2007 when it was 25.3%.
Girls have narrowly reclaimed the lead from boys, with 25.5% achieving these grades compared with 25.4% of boys.
The overall pass rate remains the same as last year at 97.6% for students in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Here at Crescent Tuition, we have had some of our students gain outstanding grades, including Lucy whom achieved A*AA and is off to Durham University and Rin who achieved A*A*A and is going to Oxford University. Lucy added;
“I am over the moon with my results, the help I achieved from Crescent Tuition with regard to exam technique was invaluable and I cannot wait to start at Durham.”
A massive well done to all our students who worked so hard for their grades, however, if you didn’t achieve what you wanted then please get in touch and we can guide you on what to do next.