Sign up to our monthly e-news update featuring the latest news, courses, resources & career opportunities / Subscribe now

Home » News » GCSE maths resits: pass rate falls

GCSE maths resits: pass rate falls

Maths , GCSE
GCSE maths resits: pass rate falls

The pass rate for GCSE maths resits in England has fallen, with November’s exam results showing 22.9% of maths entries were awarded grade 4, a standard pass, or above, down from 24.9% in 2022 and 26.9% in 2019.

However, the pass rate for GCSE English resits rose to 40.3% – up from 38% and 32.3% respectively.

The overall GCSE pass rate fell last summer, when grades in England were brought back in line with pre-pandemic levels.

Read more

Find out more about GCSE results 2023

Further Information

Sign up for our e-News Update
Subscribe

You may also like

Making It Count

Spelling It Out, Making It Count

‘Spelling It Out, Making It Count’ investigates the current state of Functional Skills Qualifications in English and maths in the UK following their reform in 2019.

Multiply: develop your numeracy teaching skills

Develop your numeracy teaching skills

Leeds City College has organised a series of free training events as part of the Multiply adult numeracy programme. The sessions are open to anyone with an interest in developing their numeracy teaching skills and making maths more accessible to all.