How many people in the UK get straight A's at A-Level? each year?

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How many people in the UK get straight A's at A-Level each year?
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How many people in the UK get straight A's at A-Level each year?
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where did u get that figure from jesus?
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thats not a lot... i thought there would b more
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how about the number that get 5 or more A's
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How many people in the UK get straight A's at A-Level each year?
last year 20,500 ish people got AAA, can't for the life of me remember the source, def a newspaper website.in the same article it said something like 26,000 are applying to oxbridge and of those 20,000 would be rejected.

tsk made me feel very unspecial.
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how about the number that get 5 or more A's
oh stop **** waving.

anyone know how many take a-levels in total each year?
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oh stop **** waving.

anyone know how many take a-levels in total each year?
lol im not, im curious to see how much of an achievement it is relative to other ppl
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last year 20,500 ish people got AAA, can't for the life of me remember the source, def a newspaper website.in the same article it said something like 26,000 are applying to oxbridge and of those 20,000 would be rejected.

tsk made me feel very unspecial.
it was in the telegraph about a week and a half ago.

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it was in the telegraph about a week and a half ago.

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ah thanks i thought so, they actually said that *potentially* 20,000 could think of applying but in reality the numbers are much smaller, sorry if i panicked any prospective oxbridgers
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