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Exam results 2001 Monday, 4 July, 2005, 09:58 GMT 10:58 UK

 
GCSE grades rise again
A record number of pupils have scored higher grades at GCSE - with the gap in achievement between girls and boys narrowing slightly.
students hugging after getting exam results A-level grades up again
The A-level pass rate rises and women widen the gap over men in the new AS-levels as hundreds of thousands get their results.
Proposals on the future structure of Scotland's exams body are to be unveiled Shake-up for exams body
Proposals for the reform of Scotland's exams body are unveiled by Education Minister Jack McConnell.

Scottish exams head Bill Morton answers your questions in a webcast
Exams boss quizzed


A-level students' success stories
Happy day


A student gains a C in A-level business studies after just four hours of private tuition
Four lesson A-level


Options for A-level students
Results: What next?


Tips to help you plan your student finances
Financially educated?


The latest on the new post-16 qualifications
Post-16 overload?


Expert panel reports no way of assessing whether standards have been maintained Experts' view
Standard of A-levels 'not guaranteed'

Arran FernandezBright star
A boy passes GCSE maths at the age of five

pupils and teachers exchange chequeExam bonus
Schools give cash to successful pupils

Anne-Marie Imafidon  Brain power
Eleven year old passes A-level and AS-level

As the pass rate goes up, are A-level standards in decline?Better yet
The row over rising A-level pass rates

staff at clearing What next?
The clearing system swings into action

Go to BBC Student EssentialsExam results?
Essential advice and information for students

Estelle Morris's regret over the botched implementation of the A-level reformsRegrets
Much-criticised A-level reforms reviewed
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