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Gaelic language learners in Scotland at Higher Level, 2011-2017

Total number of all students entered for the Gaelic (Learners) Higher exams in Scotland from 2011 to 2017

by Daniel Clark, last edited May 31, 2018
Gaelic language learners in Scotland at Higher Level, 2011-2017 This statistic shows the trend in the total number of candidates who took Gaelic (learners) at Higher level from the academic year 2011/12 to academic year 2016/2017. During that time, the number of exam entries has been steadily declining. The rapid decrease in 2015 is likely due to the overall decline in student numbers in that year. As of 2017 the number of candidates who took Gaelic (learners) at Higher level in Scotland amounted to 69.
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by Daniel Clark, last edited May 31, 2018
This statistic shows the trend in the total number of candidates who took Gaelic (learners) at Higher level from the academic year 2011/12 to academic year 2016/2017. During that time, the number of exam entries has been steadily declining. The rapid decrease in 2015 is likely due to the overall decline in student numbers in that year. As of 2017 the number of candidates who took Gaelic (learners) at Higher level in Scotland amounted to 69.
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