Difference between normal sixth form and grammar sixth form

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So I was planning to get in to a grammar school but I realised that my predicted were not good enough. So I am just wandering what is the main difference between normal sixth form and grammar sixth form.


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To enter a grammar school you need to do a examination, which determines if you are smart enough to be accepted into the school. Grammar schools are usually more selective of their applicants compared with state schools; hence, have higher examination results. Hope this clarified your question.
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Thanks man


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Some grammar schools don't require a test for sixth form but an academic record of previous exams (i.e. GCSE grades). The main difference is that grammar schools tend to get better grades and in some places are better funded/have better facilities and teaching staff.
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