STAGGERING PERFORMANCE BY PETER SYMONDS COLLEGE STUDENTS

Students celebrating their resultsA level results for 2016 at Peter Symonds College are once again absolutely outstanding. The pass rate has been maintained once again at 99% with over a third of the grades awarded being at A* or A !

Principal, Stephen Carville said: "The tireless hard work, commitment and dedication of our students and staff have clearly paid off: a truly stellar performance by so many young people. These excellent results will be the launchpad to happiness and success. I am immensely proud of these staggering achievements."

Overall Statistics & Highlights

A Level (Full) Pass Rate99%Grades A*-C83%Grades A*-B62%
AS Level Pass Rate92%Grades A-C67%Grades A-B47%
  • Over a third of grades awarded were at A* or A !
  • 11.5% grades were the very top A* grade – 608 A* grades overall; A truly stellar performance.
  • Nearly two thirds of A level grades were either A*, A or B: the very top grades needed to get into the best universities;
  • Over 300 A* grades in maths and Sciences alone;
  • 62% of grades awarded for the Extended Project Qualification were at A* or A.

Posted on 18/08/16 at 13:54

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