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A'Level grades increase.

A'Level grades increase.

Top A-level grades have increased for the first time in six years, as teenagers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland get their results.

A* and A grades were awarded to 26.3% of entries - up by 0.5 percentage points compared with last year.

In subjects changed to depend solely on final exams, there was a slight decrease, but the gender gap narrowed.

The number of university places allocated so far has fallen - with thousands of places still available.

The Ucas university admissions body says that 416,000 places have so far been confirmed - down 2% on last year.

 

'Buyer's market'

This is expected to mean a "buyer's market", with more options available to those looking for university places.

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