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 Exam results Monday, 6 January, 2003, 11:35 GMT

  
 More students getting top grades
Almost one in two students got five GCSE passes at the better grades this year.
 Girls are A-level stars
As A-level passes in the UK rise for the 18th consecutive year, girls outperform boys for the first time.
Jack McConnell promises more money for exam markers Fees upgrade for exam markers
Education Minister Jack McConnell announces a 50% increase in fees for Scotland's exam markers this year.
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School and college performance dataLeague tables
Key results with a page for every school

Why girls are beating 'lads' in A-levelsGirls on top
Why they are better in exams

A deputy head wins 1,000 after betting on a 10% improvement in his pupils' GCSE results Clever gamble
Deputy wins results bet

Many pupils scored strings of top grades at GCSEOn cloud nine
Some GCSE top scorers

A timetable of how the Scottish exams crisis unfoldedExam timetable
How the Highers crisis unfolded

Apt to do well
Blunkett keen on aptitude tests
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