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    here are the results of these two six forms, but i do not know which one is better because i do not really understand if it is better to have a higher average point score per a level student or a higher average point score per a level entry. anyway here are the results:

    six form A:
    777.4 average point score per a level student and 201.1 average point score per a level entry

    six form B: 775.6 average point score per a level student and
    209.6 average point score per a level entry.

    also, six form A has a higher percentage of pupils achieving at least 1 a level from A* to E, and a higher percentage of pupils achieving at least 2 a levels from A* to E and a higher percentage of pupils achieving at least 3 a levels from A* to E.

    also, six form B is much further away than A.
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    The difference isn't significant, but essentially A enters people for marginally fewer A Levels but gets marginally higher grades than B. This may have less to do with teaching standards and more to do with not letting people who are going to fail sit the exam.

    They're so close the difference isn't worth worrying about. Read the OFSTED report, and read between the lines. They can be quite illuminating. Do they both want the subjects you do? Can you afford to travel to B?
 
 
 
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