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GCSE results rise.

GCSE results rise.

There were only 732 pupils across England who scored a clean sweep of top 9 grades in all their GCSE subjects - as this year's results are revealed.

Across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, there was a rise in the overall proportion reaching the pass levels - up by 0.5% to 66.9%.

For the first time most of the GCSEs in England are being graded from 9 to 1.

About 4% of entries received the top grade 9, as pupils took the reformed, more stretching GCSE courses.

About 90% of entries in England this year were in the new challenging form of GCSE, with more difficult content and mostly marked on final exams, rather than coursework.

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