After The A-Levels - Clearing Starts

After The A-Levels - Clearing Starts”

Sixth form centre students and staff at New College Durham discovered that their hard work had paid off with an impressive set of A-Level results. "Once again they are leaving us with the world at their feet, not only with the great results they deserve, but also with the broader skills, attributes and attitudes that come from being part of our wonderful school".

"It's an huge relief for me". "I'm not sure about the maths because that's supposed to be one of my strongest but I think it maybe got side-lined because of my other subjects", she said.

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"I am so happy". And there are many reasons for this: extenuating circumstances and predicted grades being massively wrong are just two examples.

He plans on studying mechanical engineering and business finance at the University College London (UCL).

A fifth of all grades achieved by A-level students at the Academy are a top grade (A* or A), with that figure jumping to 44% for all academic qualifications, including A levels.

The A*- A percentage has seen an increase of seven percentage points from past year, while the A* - B grades saw an increase of four percentage points. The school's overall pass rate was 100 per cent.


The Wollaston students who followed a vocational route, opting for BTEC National qualifications in health studies, hospitality, sports studies, performing arts or public services, surpassed themselves with outstanding results: 60 per cent of these BTEC results were graded at distinction* or distinction, equivalent to an A* or an A grade at A-Level.

Alfie Woodhouse, from Heptonstall, a former pupil at Calder High School, will read chemistry at the University of York, after receiving A*, A*, A* grades in French, chemistry and maths.

Changes to the qualifications system in England mean 13 A-level subjects this year have been decided exclusively by final exams, with no link to coursework or AS-levels. Unlike Clearing options, courses available via Adjustment are not available in one place.

For Jumeirah College student, Mario Aoun, August 17 was a Thursday to remember. She will be going to Oxford Brookes University to study geography and Spanish in September.

At Jumeirah College Dubai, of the 138 students who sat exams this year, 18.2 per cent achieved A*s and 51.9 per cent achieved A-A*s.

The council said that there were "many applications" for special consideration made by schools on behalf of their students during the GCSE and A Level examination period last term.

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