Analyse variations in activity and attainment over time by qualification, subject, pupil type and school type.
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This page allows you to explore GCSE and A-level subject combinations.
GCSE data show the number of students achieving grades A*-B in all subjects (and may therefore be considered potential candidates for further study in those subjects)
A-level data show the number of students entered for all subjects irrespective of the grades they achieved.
- Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the data presented here, but we cannot accept responsibility for errors or omissions however caused. If any of the information is important to you then please verify it independently.
- In line with DfE rules, certain small values have been rounded in order to protect student anonymity. This makes little difference to most analyses, but may sometimes result in anomalies where very low numbers are involved.
The 'Single subjects' tab above contains a companion page that allows you to explore a wider range of data at the level of individual subjects. Please refer to the notes on that page for further information.