What proportion of GCSE students get 4A*/6A and above?

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Joyful_soul
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As a percentage preferably

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Thanks a lot!
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(Original post by Joyful_soul)
As a percentage preferably

Sources are a plus

Thanks a lot!
I am not sure but 11A* was the highest in my school.
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http://www.bstubbs.co.uk/gcse.htm

This has a breakdown of all the subjects, and by year too.
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http://www.bstubbs.co.uk/gcse.htm

This has a breakdown of all the subjects, and by year too.

Seen this, I want the PROPORTION for 4A*, 6A out of the total number of GCSE sitters
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(Original post by Joyful_soul)
Seen this, I want the PROPORTION for 4A*, 6A out of the total number of GCSE sitters
Yes, I did read that, but that was the closest thing I could find online. It was either that or the percentage of students who get 5 A*-C.

I've never seen any stats that go so in depth to find the proportion of students who got exactly 4a* and 6as at GCSE. Because each student is entered for more than one exam, it will all be in percentages anyway of what percentage got what grade, and not proportion, simply because the numbers would be too large to break down.
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Most TSR members will think it's a lot higher than it is.
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Most TSR members will think it's a lot higher than it is.
This.

On tsr you're often deemed a failure if you didn't get 11A*s
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Most TSR members will think it's a lot higher than it is.
So true!

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Probably top 5% of students nationally would have gotten 4a*s+. Just a guess.
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