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    Ours is the lowest school in the area... :ashamed2:
    All the highest ones are public or Catholic schools...

    Oh, highest in my area is 61% and lowest is 17%, but tbh i dont care because im on task to get way more than 5 A-C's :p: so im in that small 35% minority for my school
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    (Original post by Jampolo)
    Oh, highest in my area is 61% and lowest is 17%, but tbh i dont care because im on task to get way more than 5 A-C's :p: so im in that small 35% minority for my school
    Brillio! :p:
    I felt kind of embarrassed earlier this year, though. Our History class did an exam paper in January and almost everyone got a D or below, including me. :toofunny:

    Sort of went against our school a bit there...
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    Brillio! :p:
    I felt kind of embarrassed earlier this year, though. Our History class did an exam paper in January and almost everyone got a D or below, including me. :toofunny:

    Sort of went against our school a bit there...
    Mwhaha! History is hard! (for me anyway)

    I really learnt how bad my school was, when a second set english class, the second best set of 30 english students out of a possible 6 sets, not everyone in the second set passed, it was even worse for sets below. I got dropped to the second set for some reason, and everyone in the class was scraping C's! And we were meant to be some of the best english students in the school!

    Also i did triple science, and there stopping it now becuase the year below simply cannot cope with triple science... basically our school is getting dumber! The top science class in the year below are getting mainly C's B's, a few A's and very little A*'s! Whereas my class for science got mainly A*'s and A's, very little B's and no C's! The school reckoned we were the best yeargroup for a while, tbh it wasn't hard at all to become the best at such an awful school haha!
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    70 % lol i go to a chavy state school lol. weird transition as i used to go to le rose school
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    (Original post by Jampolo)
    Mwhaha! History is hard! (for me anyway)

    I really learnt how bad my school was, when a second set english class, the second best set of 30 english students out of a possible 6 sets, not everyone in the second set passed, it was even worse for sets below. I got dropped to the second set for some reason, and everyone in the class was scraping C's! And we were meant to be some of the best english students in the school!

    Also i did triple science, and there stopping it now becuase the year below simply cannot cope with triple science... basically our school is getting dumber! The top science class in the year below are getting mainly C's B's, a few A's and very little A*'s! Whereas my class for science got mainly A*'s and A's, very little B's and no C's! The school reckoned we were the best yeargroup for a while, tbh it wasn't hard at all to become the best at such an awful school haha!
    Scraping C's... oh dear...
    At least you're above your school. These things bring strength of character and so on (apparently) :p:
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    Scraping C's... oh dear...
    At least you're above your school. These things bring strength of character and so on (apparently) :p:
    Mwhaha i hope so! Pretty pissed that i got moved down into a set of retards though

    Well ive left now, and i am in no way associated with them anymore
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    state highschool, 66%.
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    The school I attended hovers around the 50% mark for 5 or more A* to C grades, with around 35% achieving this when English and Maths are considered. About 97% manage to secure at least one GCSE at grade A* to G. This is at a state comprehensive. The results are skewed slightly by the use of vocational qualifications, which tend to be worth the same as 4 GCSEs.
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    34% and that was the best year. They actually celebrated ¬_¬

    P.s Not including English and maths!

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    2005-2006: 65%, 2006-2007: 70%, 2007-2008: 72%, 2008-2009: 68%
    Including English and Maths, around 80% when not including them.

    This year is supposed to be set to be the best year for my school though, we'll have to wait and see.
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    96/97% state school xD

    but it is an all girls school, and girls are statistically smarter than boys :P
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    about 90%
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    92% including maths and English i think and i go to a state school
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    I think about 65-70% (State)
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    (Original post by emma363)
    39% inc maths and english, state school :P
    98%
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    With English and Maths 53%
    Without English and Maths 62%
    A state school.
 
 
 
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