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Exam board comparison summary 2008-2010

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A summary file (A*/A, A*-C and pass rates for each board) for exam years 2008-2010

All board comparisons A level Psychology 2011

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Not all the boards - no WJEC, and AQA B not pu into the grid. Not that well presented, could be tidied up, but useful for now

A level psychology results all board comparisons for 2010, 2009 and 2008.

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A level psychology results all board comparisons for 2010, 2009 and 2008. Link originally posted on forum by Cara

Provisional JCQ AS Pass Rate Comparison (excluding GS)

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Based on the provisional JCQ data for pass rates across all subjects. Shows the differences in the different pass rates and how Psychology is much lower on the A-C pass rate but higher on the D-U pass rates. Excluding General Studies data.

Provisional JCQ AS Pass Rate Comparison

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Based on the provisional JCQ data for pass rates across all subjects. Shows the differences in the different pass rates and how Psychology is much lower on the A-C pass rate but higher on the D-U pass rates.

Provisional JCQ A2 Pass Rate Comparison (excluding GS)

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Based on the provisional JCQ data for pass rates across all subjects. Shows the differences in the different pass rates and how Psychology is much lower on the A-C pass rate but higher on the D-U pass rates. Excluding General Studies data.

Provisional JCQ A2 Pass Rate Comparison

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Based on the provisional JCQ data for pass rates across all subjects. Shows the massive differences in the different pass rates and how Psychology is much lower on the A-C pass rate but higher on the D-U pass rates.