Official Statistics

Entries and Late Entries for GCSE and A Level: 2014/15 Academic Year

Information on the number of entries and late entries in GCSE and AS/A level in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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Entries and late entries for GCSE and A level: 2014/15 Academic year

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Tables - Entries and late entries for GCSE and A level: 2014/15 Academic year

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The main findings are:

  1. There has been a 1.4% decrease in GCSE entries and a 2.2% decrease in A level entries for the 2014/15 academic year relative to 2013/14.
  2. There was a 7.2% increase in the number of GCSE entries that were late compared with last year (from 510,400 to 547,200), representing 3.2% of all GCSE entries.
  3. There was a 19% decrease in the number of A level entries that were late compared with last year (from 173,400 to 139,800), representing 2.4% of all A level entries.

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