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A level and equivalent results in Jersey 2014 / 15

Produced by the Children, Young People, Education and Skills
Authored by Education Department and published on 04 Mar 2016
Prepared internally, no external cost


​​​​​​​​​​This annual report provides an analysis of results obtained in A level and other level 3 qualifications by pupils in Jersey.

Since 2014 detailed results in all level 3 qualifications in Jersey have been collated and analysed according to best practice methodology (UK Department for Education).

Prior to 2014, summary data on A level performance was collected from schools and colleges on exam day. As such A level and equivalent results collected prior to 2014 are not compared to results in this report.

This report also presents results for three cohorts of pupils, following programmes of different qualification types:

  1. A level includes A level, AS level and Applied A and AS level qualifications. Generally, pupils following this academic pathway of study will sit AS level examinations in their initial year of study and continue to full A level examinations in their second year.
  2. Academic cohort includes A level and AS level qualifications (including applied) as well as other academic qualifications such as the International Baccalaureate and Extended Project.
  3. Vocational includes all other regulated level 3 qualifications that are not classified as academic. Vocational courses of study largely focus on developing knowledge and skills for use in the work place.

Pupils are included in a cohort if they have been entered for at least one substantial qualification in the relevant qualification type. Pupils following mixed programmes of study may belong to more than one cohort depending on the type of qualification taken.

Download A level and equivalent results in Jersey 2014 to 2015 (size 625kb)​


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