King Edward VI Grammar School Chelmsford


KEGS staff and students are celebrating another year of very strong performance at A level with 87% of grades at A*-B (or the equivalent at Pre-U), and 65% at A*/A - both of these figures being up on the corresponding results from 2018 and 2017.

Performance was particularly strong at the top end. The average UCAS points per entry of 48.3 (where an A grade is worth 48) set a new record for the school, and just over 26% of entries achieved the very top A* grade.

At a time when modular exams and General Studies have both come to an end, twelve students still managed to get four A* grades at A level, and one of those twelve achieved five A* grades.

In addition to A levels, 105 students took an EPQ, with over 90% securing A*-B, and 71% getting an A* or an A.

We are very pleased with the results this year, which are a reflection of the hard work of students and staff throughout the last two years, and we are happy that so many of our students have met their offers for their university of choice and wish them well for the future.

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