GCSE Results: Birmingham

2017/18 GCSE results

Huge congratulations to all of our GCSE students! MPW Birmingham continues its tradition of success with a record 54% of entries at grades A*/A or equivalent. Click below for the full set of results for this and previous years.

Academic Year 2017-18

Grade (Number and Cumulative %)

  A*/A or equivalent A*-C or equivalent Other Total
2017-2018 58
54%
38
90%
11
100%
107

Note on grade equivalence: Some subjects were under the old (alphabetic) and some under the new (numeric) GCSE scoring. The standard conventions are adopted on equivalence, ie 7-9 equivalent to A*/A; 4-9 equivalent to A*-C

Previous Years

Grade (Number and Cumulative %)

  A*/A or equivalent A*-C or equivalent Other Total
2016-2017 37
31%
95
81%
23
100%
118

Note on grade equivalence: Some subjects were under the old (alphabetic) and some under the new (numeric) GCSE scoring. The standard conventions are adopted on equivalence, ie 7-9 equivalent to A*/A; 4-9 equivalent to A*-C

Grade (Number and Cumulative %)

  A*/A B C D E <E Total
2015-2016 28
27%
23
49%
21
69%
17
86%
8
93%
7 104
2014-2015 17
31%
13
56%
10
74%
8
89%
3
94%
3 54
2013-2014 6
10%
14
33%
23
72%
11
90%
5
98%
1 60

One of our top performing students is:

Jasbir

Jas

Jasbir completed a two-year GCSE course, achieving A*A*A*A*AAAAA.

Jasbir is now embarking on a two-year A level programme in Maths, Chemistry, and Psychology at MPW.

The teaching is beyond excellent and the effort to which teachers go to ensure an understanding of a topic and to ensure a student is happy with a topic is beyond commendable. There is a sense of not having to fear asking questions as the bond made between the student and the teacher gives you the confidence to approach a teacher when you require help. The learning is not only restricted to lessons, there is support available outside the classroom such as seeing a teacher personally to go over or indulge on a specific issue you are facing in a subject. This was one of the many things I admired about the college.

Read more about our 2018 leavers on our case histories page.