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    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education...rformance.html

    The college I currently attend got a 'C' grade average last year and their average points score was below the national average going by these tables...

    % of AAB students who took at least 2 traditional subjects remained at 6%.

    All in all, my college seems to have fared much better than the newly opened sixth form of my old high school, which has already been placed under special measures. 👍
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    37% of students at my old school got at least AAB at A Level, which is really good compared to the comprehensive next door. Apparently no students got at least AAB there
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    52% AAB with two facilitating subjects
    1115.4 average point score


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    Interesting.... 77% AAB with 2 facilitating subjects, 1428 average points
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    (Original post by Joey...)
    Interesting.... 77% AAB with 2 facilitating subjects, 1428 average points
    1428?! :zomg: that's more than twice as high as that of my college...709 :rofl: You must go to one of the leading schools in the country. 77% AAB is quite astonishing^^
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    (Original post by super_kawaii)
    37% of students at my old school got at least AAB at A Level, which is really good compared to the comprehensive next door. Apparently no students got at least AAB there
    Actually, there might have been students who had gotten AAB+ at the comprehensive school you mentioned, but they would not have gotten it with (at least) 2 facilitating subjects at A-level.

    Looks like everybody and their dog went to a really good school on TSR...
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    As if the Perse School came 51st my school is the best anyway, we only withdrew from the school rankings because our school felt sorry for the others :yep:
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    (Original post by thatitootoo)
    1428?! :zomg: that's more than twice as high as that of my college...709 :rofl: You must go to one of the leading schools in the country. 77% AAB is quite astonishing^^
    Yeah... but I know what my school is like, so when I saw the stats my first thought was 'how did a whole 23% of people get *less* than AAB?' ...I live in a bubble I guess :P


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    47%. That seems quite low though :L
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    727 average point score, 3% AAB.


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    Format is totally unuseable on an iPhone. Tried looking at the table but couldn't find my sixth form college, probably because it is a sixth form college rather than a secondary school/sixth form
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    Avg point score (per FT student): 708.4
    AAB: 10%
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    (Original post by neal95)
    Format is totally unuseable on an iPhone. Tried looking at the table but couldn't find my sixth form college, probably because it is a sixth form college rather than a secondary school/sixth form
    It worked just fine on mine And all further education places that offer A-levels with more than at least 10? people enrolled, will be on the list. But apparently some peivate school can choose to opt out^^
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    (Original post by thatitootoo)
    It worked just fine on mine And all further education places that offer A-levels with more than at least 10? people enrolled, will be on the list. But apparently some peivate school can choose to opt out^^
    Ahh okay thanks I will try again then!
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    Perhaps these results statistics could provide you guys with some confidence/inspiration during this very hard time 😜
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    700 point score, 4% AAB + 2 facilitating subjects. Bog standard I guess.
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    801.8 point score, 16% get AAB+.

    In my last school, 0% got AAB+.
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    0% AAB+, D+ overall.

    That being said, the last year wasn't too bright.
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    26% obtain AAB.

    I go to a good comprehensive school/sixth form.
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    1% AAB+ and average point score of 511.

    Not so good then
 
 
 
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