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    Old school - 99% (State Girls Grammar)

    New school - 100 % (Private)

    OMGG just checked out this thing http://www.timesonline.co.uk/parentp...e.php?id=IS789
    apparently my new school gets ******* 97.5% A*/A andd 80% A* which is even higher than i thought! *****
    They'll probably chuck me out if I don't get all/mostly A*s in my GCSES if i don't move anyway..! o_O
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    57% -State school though, lol, was the second best in my area.

    Where I'm doing my A-levels though - 96% pass rate -
    seems to explain why I'm doing much betetr than I did at school
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    89% which looked like a target for my year group which means its pretty high. My old one was 53% i had to move because of loads of reasons.
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    97%. :d
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    This year it was 60%, the schools highest ever. Two years ago it was about 38%
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    21.3%
    no joke.. and that's not including maths and english.

    My sixth form is around 80/90% pass rate though.
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    (State) 33%
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    My school was 30% i think with maths and english it was something like 21%

    Awesome
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    100% in the year i did it :ninja:
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    A whopping 16% I believe and had some National Challenge which wasn't met and now the school is going to turn into an Academy.

    Excellent.
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    A*-C is about 60% or so - state school.
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    (Original post by Colesy)
    A whopping 16% I believe and had some National Challenge which wasn't met and now the school is going to turn into an Academy.

    Excellent.
    Haha my secondary schools going down, and is soon to become an 'academy' too.
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    56% I think. But don't let that fool you! My school is crap but it's just a Catholic School, preens some of the poor kids out.
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    48 %
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    89%, state comprehensive
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    100% and this is a comprehensive skl
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    Where I did my GCSEs - 99% (state grammar; all girls school.)

    Where I did my A levels - 94% (state grammar; all boys school with mixed sixth form.)

    They're both brilliant schools though. The A level grades tend to balance out between the two schools though haha.
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    My school is easily the worst. Possibly ever. I googled it about a month ago and found that only 28% do. Fortunately for me, I actually got homeschooled from year 9 onwards. It shames me to have just referred to it as "my school"... The bad grades are actually mostly down to a lot of students there barely even being able to speak English. Bloody morons should be at least able to speak basic, wouldn't you think?
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    42% - Actually best year by a mile - bet we take it right back down.

    The school I'm doing A levels at is 97% though.
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    39% inc maths and english, state school :P
 
 
 
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