13 August 2015
The overall pass rate for Jersey’s A-level results published today is 99.0%, which is almost identical to in 2014.
The percentage of entries resulting in high grades, A* and A, was higher in 2015 at 30.3 than in the previous year when the percentage was 28.1. The percentage of entries at grades A*, A and B has also risen, from 56.3 to 59.2.
This year a total of 475 Jersey pupils were entered for 1435 examinations.
Jersey’s overall results shown below include students who took the International Baccalaureate and Diploma of Financial Services:
Education Sport and Culture Minister Deputy Rod Bryans said "I am delighted that this year’s A-level results have improved on last year’s already strong performance. I would like to congratulate the students who have worked hard to achieve these A-level results, which reflect the dedicated work of teachers and families in supporting our young people. These results will open a range of doors to exciting future study and careers."
Students should now contact their universities as soon as possible to confirm places. If people did not achieve the grades they were expecting, they can contact their careers teacher at their own school or college, or Careers Jersey, which is open Monday to Friday between 8.30am and 5.00pm.