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Dr. Bala Modi
SBRS Director, GSU

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Sample For the first time female ‘A’ Level students at King's College London Mathematics School have outperformed their male counterparts and secured a higher proportion of top grades across all STEM subjects taught at the school. The results buck the general trend of low female attainment across the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM ) subjects, and cap an outstanding year for both the male and female students, who are ranked among the highest performing in the country. While 100% of female students studying maths achieved an A grade ‘A’ Level or above, for male students the figure was 98%. For physics, 69% of males secured the highest grades, compared with 77% for female students. The trend continued with Further Maths, where 100% of female students scored grade A or above, compared with 88% among males.

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For the first time female ‘A’ Level students at King's College London Mathematics School have outperformed their male counterparts and secured a higher proportion of top grades across all STEM subjects taught at the school. The results buck the general trend of low female attainment across the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM ) subjects, and cap an outstanding year for both the male and female students, who are ranked among the highest performing in the country. While 100% of female students studying maths achieved an A grade ‘A’ Level or above, for male students the figure was 98%. For physics, 69% of males secured the highest grades, compared with 77% for female students. The trend continued with Further Maths, where 100% of female students scored grade A or above, compared with 88% among males.

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