Statistics reports

Statistics reports

Examinations generate large volumes of statistical data (approximately 800,000 candidates sit general qualifications each year in the UK). The objective of this series is to provide statistical information about the system. Reports focus on different aspects of the examination system and are produced throughout the year.

Ranking of candidates' best GCSE grades by subject in 2015

Gill, T. (2016) Statistics Report Series No.112


Candidates awarded A* and A grades at GCSE in 2015

Gill, T. (2016) Statistics Report Series No.111


The re-sitting patterns of a cohort of A level students

Gill, T. (2017). Statistics Report Series No. 111


Uptake of GCE A level subjects 2015

Gill, T. & Crawford, C. (2016) Statistics Report Series No.110


Provision of GCE A level subjects 2015

Gill, T. & Williamson, J. (2016) Statistics Report Series No.109


Uptake of GCSE subjects 2015

Gill, T. & Williamson, J. (2016) Statistics Report Series No. 108


Provision of GCSE subjects 2015

Gill, T. & Williamson, J. (2016) Statistics Report Series No.107


Uptake of level 3 qualifications in English schools 2015

Gill, T. & Williamson, J. (2016) Statistics Report Series No. 106


Provision of level 3 qualifications in English schools 2015

Gill, T. (2016) Statistics Report Series No.105


Uptake of level 2 qualifications in English schools 2015

Gill, T. (2016) Statistics Report Series No.104


Provision of level 2 qualifications in English schools 2015

Gill, T. (2016) Statistics Report Series No. 103


Uptake and results in the Extended Project Qualification 2008-2015

Gill, T. (2016) Statistics Report Series No. 102


GCSE Uptake and Results, by School Type 2005-2014

Gill, T. (2016) Statistics Report Series No. 101


A level Uptake and Results, by School Type 2005-2014

Gill, T. (2016) Statistics Report Series No. 100


GCSE Uptake and Results, by Gender 2005-2014

Gill, T. (2016) Statistics Report Series No. 99


A level Uptake and Results, by Gender 2005-2014

Gill, T. (2016) Statistics Report Series No. 98


Research Matters

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Research Matters is our free biannual publication which allows us to share our assessment research, in a range of fields, with the wider assessment community.