British Asian students celebrate A-Level results Headmaster Neil Enright celebrates with pupils from Queen Elizabeth’s School, Barnet, Herts receiving their A-level results (Photo: Eleanor Bentall)
BY LAUREN CODLING STUDENTS across the country expressed their happiness and surprise as their A-Levels results were revealed today (16). Students were able to collect results on Thursday morning to see if they had been accepted to their university of choice, as it was announced grades are at a six-year high despite the introduction of new “tougher” exams. Earlier this year, new A-levels and GCSEs were sat by students following reforms brought in by former education secretary Michael Gove. However, national figures showed 26.4 per cent of students were awarded either an A or A* this year. This is the…
You do not have access to this content. You need to subscribe.