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Results Summary 2014

Our students have once more achieved an amazing set of examination results.
Abbey College Manchester A level Results and GCSE results 2014

A outstanding set of examination results have been achieved by our Class of 2014. The college is very proud of their accomplishments and they reflect the hard work, the dedication and effort of the staff and the love and support of parents and guardians – all of us working together to achieve success.

We have a strong track record of guiding our students to academic success and enabling them to successfully move onto university courses of their choice, and our excellent results reflect this.

We now extend to our new alumni our very best wishes as they go forward; the college is confident they will take with them the spirit of Abbey College Manchester and strive to make a difference in the world.

A-Level Results

Wonderful results from this cohort are being celebrated by students, teachers and parents

For the third year in succession the A-Level examination results have been fantastic. The results reflect the tremendous hard work of our students.

• 8% of examinations taken scored an A* Grade
• 37% of examinations taken scored an A* or A Grade
• 63% of examinations taken scored A*, A or B Grade

Our students have gained entry to a wide range of competitive university courses including Medical, Biological, Physical and Computer Sciences, Engineering and Maths, Humanities, Economics, Accounting and Business and Art & Design.

One Year A-Level Results

The college is delighted to report that its One Year A-Level students have gained a great set of examination results this year.

Another brilliant set of results saw the overwhelming majority of students who joined us from other schools and colleges to retake one or more of their A-Levels increase their grades and get into their university and degree course of choice.

Several students also took one or two A-Levels from scratch with us in just one year and achieved excellent passes.

Our students have gained entry to a wide range of competitive university courses including Medical, Biological, Physical and Computer Sciences, Engineering and Maths, Humanities, Economics, Accounting and Business and Art & Design.

BTEC Programmes
The Business and Science BTEC Programmes continue to go from strength to strength with a brilliant set of results

Since the Business and Science BTEC Programmes were introduced a couple of years ago they have proved extremely popular with 20 students completing them this year. We expect more students to be undertaking them during the 2014/2015 academic year.

The results this year have been remarkable with many students achieving distinctions and merits. This reflects the hard work that all of them have put in. Most students have managed to gain entry onto their first choice degree course at their first choice university.

Look at a sample of the fantastic destinations and degree courses achieved by the students this year below:

Degree Course Destination
Business Nottingham Trent University
Architecture and Landscape University of Sheffield
Business and Management Leeds Metropolitan University
Geography Manchester Metropolitan University
Management Royal Holloway
Business and Management University of Hull
Zoology University of Reading
Human Resource Management University of Salford
Professional Accounting BPP University
Primary Teaching Edge Hill University
GCSE Results

An excellent set of GCSE results have been gained this year which are above the national average.

Like last year, the GCSE results achieved by our students have been very good and are testament to all the hard work the teachers and students have put in over the last year.

Key findings from this year’s results are: 4% of examinations taken scored an A* Grade; 24% of examinations taken scored an A* or A Grade and 52% of examinations scored and A*, A or B Grade.

Some of our students will be continuing onto our Lower Sixth A-Level programme. We wish them all every success in the next two years with us.

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