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NewVIc Exam Results 2018

Celebrating Year on Year Success

 
Students and staff celebrate another record breaking year with 98% A Level pass rate and more than 50% of students achieving Triple Distinction* in Vocational courses.

 

NewVIc’s A Level pass rate remains at 98% for the second year running.  The results are the highest for the college in its 25-year history and at the national average for the first time. Students in 26 A Level subjects achieved 100% pass rates and two thirds of the college’s 606 A Level entries were at grades A* to C. Every candidate achieved A*-C grades in Further Maths, French and Philosophy and other high A*-C grade pass rates included 97% in Economics, 86% in Drama, 81% in Film, 80% in Spanish, 74% in Chemistry and 73% in Business. A Level Maths, Economics and Sociology topped the table for A and A* grades with 8, 7 and 5 students respectively achieving these top grades.

 

NewVIc Results 2018

 

Results for the A-level sized Subsidiary Diplomas taken by some A-level students were also excellent; a 99% pass rate across 140 entries with 72% of candidates achieving at least a Distinction and 61% achieving the highest possible grade of starred Distinction including a stunning 89% in Business, 88% in Health and Social Care and 79% in Law.

 

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BTEC and A Level students with Mayor of Newham, Rokhsana Fiaz, Newham Councillor Julianne Marriott, Governor Martin Oakshott and Principal Eddie Playfair.

 

NewVIc’s advanced vocational students also excelled this year with an overall pass rate of 98%. Over half of all 635 extended diploma candidates achieved at least a triple distinction (equivalent to 3 A grades) and three quarters of Childcare candidates achieved A*-B grades. Students on 11 Extended Diplomas achieved 100% pass rates and 117 students (19% of candidates) achieved a triple starred Distinction (D*D*D*) which is the highest possible grade in the Level 3 Extended Diploma. A stunning 95% of Computer Science students and 87% of Electrical Engineering students achieved at least a Triple Distinction.

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