England: GCSE results in 2014/2015, by pass level and gender

GCSE pass rates in all State-funded mainstream schools in England in 2014/2015, by pass level and gender*

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 21, 2016
England: GCSE results in 2014/2015, by pass level and gender This statistic shows the GCSE results/pass rates in England (UK) from the academic year 2014/2015, by gender. Girls achieved better pass rates than boys at all levels in this academic year, with 72.6 percent achieving 5* GCSEs A*-C grades or equivalent.
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GCSE pass rates in all State-funded mainstream schools in England in 2014/2015, by pass level and gender*

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MaleFemale
Any passes99.1%99.3%
5+ GCSEs A*-C grades or equivalent62.4%72.6%
5+ GCSEs A*-G grades or equivalent95%96.5%
MaleFemale
Any passes99.1%99.3%
5+ GCSEs A*-C grades or equivalent62.4%72.6%
5+ GCSEs A*-G grades or equivalent95%96.5%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 21, 2016
This statistic shows the GCSE results/pass rates in England (UK) from the academic year 2014/2015, by gender. Girls achieved better pass rates than boys at all levels in this academic year, with 72.6 percent achieving 5* GCSEs A*-C grades or equivalent.
Show more
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