The overall pass rate for Jersey’s A-level results published today is 99.1%, which is on a par with last year’s figure of 99.4%.
This year a total of 421 Jersey students were entered for 1317 examinations.
Jersey’s results include students who took the International Baccalaureate and their scores have been converted into A-level points. The corresponding grades are included in the table of provisional results below:
ESC Minister Deputy Patrick Ryan said: ‘These latest figures show that Jersey students have worked hard and performed well in A-levels once again. Jersey’s results closely mirror the trends in the UK. I would like to thank all the teachers and parents who supported our young people through these exams and congratulate students on their results. Careers Jersey staff and teachers are available to help any students who feel they need advice or want to discuss their options for work or higher education.’
Students should now contact their universities as soon as possible to confirm places. If people did not achieve the grades they were expecting, they can contact their careers teacher at their own school or college, or Careers Jersey, which is open Monday to Friday between 8.30am and 5.00pm.