Students entered for at least one A level in England from academic year 2005/2006 to academic year 2015/2016*

A level entrants in England (UK) 2005-2016 This statistic shows the amount of entrants for at least one A level in England (UK) from academic year 2005/2006 to academic year 2015/2016. There was a net decrease of roughly 13 percent in entrants over this 10 year period, with the number of students entering for A levels amounting to 225,732 for all schools in 2015/2016. Out of all surveyed academic years, the number of A level entrants was highest in 2009/10 at 267,345 students.
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Entered students
2005/06 258,285
2006/07 249,547
2007/08 256,610
2008/09 261,218
2009/10 267,345
2010/11 258,892
2011/12 262,003
2012/13 261,468
2013/14257,390
2014/15**266,185
2015/16**225,732
Entered students
2005/06 258,285
2006/07 249,547
2007/08 256,610
2008/09 261,218
2009/10 267,345
2010/11 258,892
2011/12 262,003
2012/13 261,468
2013/14257,390
2014/15**266,185
2015/16**225,732
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This statistic shows the amount of entrants for at least one A level in England (UK) from academic year 2005/2006 to academic year 2015/2016. There was a net decrease of roughly 13 percent in entrants over this 10 year period, with the number of students entering for A levels amounting to 225,732 for all schools in 2015/2016. Out of all surveyed academic years, the number of A level entrants was highest in 2009/10 at 267,345 students.
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Release date
January 2017
Region
England
Survey time period
Academic year 2005/2006 to academic year 2015/2016
Age group
16-18 years
Supplementary notes
* At least one A level or Applied single/double award A level
** Figures are based on revised data. Figures for all other years are final.

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