A Level Results: Birmingham

Excellent A level results continues history of success

Another outstanding year and huge congratulations to all our A level students!

  • Once again over a third of entries at A*/A
  • And A*/A once again the commonest (modal) result at A level
  • 26 subjects achieved 100% pass rate (up from 23 last year):-

Accountancy, Art, Business Studies, Biology, Chemistry, Chinese, Classical Civilisation, Computer Science, Digital Photography, Economics, English Language, English Literature, Film Studies, French, Further Maths, Geography, Government and Politics, Graphic Communication, History, Latin, Law, Maths, Media Studies, Religious Studies, Sociology, Spanish   

Academic Year 2016-2017

Grade

Number

Cumulative %

A*/A 111 34%
B 93 62%
C 66 82%
D 35 93%
E 19 99%
U 4  
Total 328  
34% A*-A

Previous Years

Grade (Number and Cumulative %)

Academic Year A*/A B C D E U Total
2015-2016 119
37%
101
68%
60
87%
20
93%
17
98%
5 322
2014-2015 119
39%
112
75%
53
92%
19
98%
5
100%
1 309
2013-2014 79
31%
105
72%
39
87%
23
96%
9
99%
2 257
2012-2013 76
31%
90
69%
43
86%
17
93%
14
99%
2 242
2011-2012 60
32%
59
64%
48
90%
8
95%
8
99%
2 185
2010-2011 52
27%
87
73%
33
90%
8
94%
10
99%
1 191
2009-2010 51
28%
72
68%
36
87%
16
96%
6
99%
1 182
2008-2009 27
23%
38
57%
35
84%
7
90%
7
96%
5 119
2007-2008 56
35%
44
62%
36
84%
15
94%
5
97%
5 161
Grade A* has been awarded at A level since 2009-2010
Sittings in both January and June each year up to 2012-2013

 

 

Student university progression:

The vast majority of our students go on to study at university, predominantly to their first choice. University destinations in recent years include Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Durham, Edinburgh, Exeter, Imperial College London, King’s College London, Leeds, Liverpool, London School of Economics, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham, Oxford, Queen Mary University of London, Sheffield, Warwick and York.

Please visit our University Placements page for a full list of 2016 university destinations and courses.