GCSE history results. How do you compare?

You can find the full set of GCSE history results at this site http://www.jcq.org.uk/
The main headlines are :
1. Overall entries increased from 222,983 to 260236, so among all the doom and gloom over a quarter of a million kids studied GCSE history last year in the UK
2. More girls than boys took history reversing the trend.
3.The overall A*-C fell from 69.9 to 68.8
A* fell from 10.7 to 10.0 with 12.4 % of girls achieving this grade and only 7.5% of boys.
You will want to do a much more sophisticated student by student and board by board analysis. More on that to follow. Just the headlines today.

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