GCE A-level outcomes by ethnicity

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Naomi Littlejohn

Dear Department for Education,

Please could you provide 2013/14 and 2014/15 GCE A-level and equivalent:

- average point scores per student
- % of students achieving AAB+
- % of students achieving 3 A*-As

broken down according to the ethnic categories used for GCSE outcomes.

Yours faithfully,

Naomi Littlejohn

Department for Education

Dear Ms Littlejohn

Thank you for your recent enquiry. A reply will be sent to you as soon as possible. For information; the departmental standard for correspondence received is that responses should be sent within 20 working days as you are requesting information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. Your correspondence has been allocated reference number 2016-0035518.

Thank you

Department for Education
Ministerial and Public Communications Division
Tel: 0370 000 2288

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Dear Naomi,

RE: 2013/14 and 2014/15 GCE A-level

Thank you for your email received on 21st July 2016, reference number: 2016-0035518. Your request was as follows:

“Dear Department for Education,

Please could you provide 2013/14 and 2014/15 GCE A-level and equivalent:

- average point scores per student

- % of students achieving AAB+

- % of students achieving 3 A*-As

broken down according to the ethnic categories used for GCSE outcomes.”

I have dealt with your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (“the Act”).

Please find attached an Excel file which provides the information that you have requested.

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Absence, Exclusions, Attainment and Correspondence Team,
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