Result for the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) exam was released today i.e. August 24, 2023, students who took this exam across England and Wales can get their marksheet to check their qualifying status. If you are one of those who took part in the GCSE exam, you can get it by reporting at the admitted school or college.
GCSE Results 2023
Hundreds thousands of candidates across the England and Wales participate in this exam and there were eagerly waiting for it’s release, as it is released today, now those who participated can get their marksheet to check their performance and qualifying status, out of total exam takers, only 22% students got grade of 7/A or above, which is 4.3% below than last year, and the overall grade for 2023 is also 0.04% low than year, which is now 98% only.
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As I mentioned above, this year only 22% of students got a 7/A or above grade. You also need to know that in the present year, 24.9% of female students got 7/A or above and only 19.1% males got it. Students who participated in the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) exam need to visit his or her admitted institutions to collect the marks in order to check passing grade and subject-wise performance in the exam.
GCSE Exam 2023 Result Statistics
Number of teenagers who took part in the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) exam across the England and Wales, these were waiting for result declaration since the exam conducted, hundred thousand of students took part in the exam, out of total, only 22% got grade of 7/A or above, which is a few percentage down from the last year, the females performance in the GCSE exam is better than males, 24.9% females got 7/A or above, while only 19.1% males, which is 5.1% below than females.
Find out more details about the present year result from below:
- 935,436 teenagers took part in the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) exam for Science, which is 3.5% up from last year.
- Like last year, Mathematics remains the second most popular subject. In 2023, a total number of 821,322 students took part in this subject, which is 4.9% higher than 2022.
- In England, a total number of 1,150 students have got grade 9 in all their subjects. If we compare it with 2022, it is about 900 lower than last year.
Is there any way to check the GCSE 2023 exam result online?
Those who participated in the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) exam must be know of fact the result is not made public online, the hard copy of marksheet of students are already send to respective schools and colleges, and distribution is taking since today morning, if you are looking for the direct link to check the result, you need to know there is no web portal to check it online, all the exam takers will have to get his or her marksheet from the respective institution in order to check that he or she pass the exam or not.
GCSE Exam 2023 Certificate
Result for the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) is made public today, and the students will likely get it in the last week of October 2023. Assessment and Qualifications Alliance usually send the hard copy of certificate to respective college/schools, no student is going to get it by post or e-mail, every single individual who participated in GCSE exam will have to report at admitted college to get the certificate, those who have cleared the exam with a good can get admission for undergraduate program now.
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