A-Level grades up in Northern Ireland

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More than 25,000 students across Northern Ireland have received their results. 44% received a grade A*-A, compared with 29.4% in 2019.Mathematics remained the most popular subject at A-level, accounting for just under one in 10 entries.
Published 4 months ago · Belfast, United Kingdom Photography Yorkshire Evening Post

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