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Results for the Class of 2018 were published today: 163 students took a total of 532 exams, either at A level or its equivalent, the Pre-U. With all exams sat at the end of the second year sixth, 2018’s students faced a tough assessment regime but proved themselves equal to the task! 39.1% of all exam entries were awarded with the top grade, an A* or a Distinction (D1 or D2) at Pre-U, and 75.8% of all grades were either A* or A.

34 students were rewarded with three A* or more, and 110 students, or 68% of all Highgate candidates, had at least one A* or more. Please see here for more details.

Highgate’s Head, Adam Pettitt, commented: ‘I can quite understand the students’ jubilation at their results! Not only is the long wait finally over: students are celebrating phenomenal success in exams which have been designed to test and challenge the ablest and most determined minds. I’m hugely proud of the Class of 2018, and all they have achieved. Their success shows that it’s possible to work beyond exam criteria, to be truly independent and to lead a fully committed life beyond the classroom, and still succeed in thrilling terms. It’s great to think of this generation going on to university and work so well prepared intellectually and emotionally for their future.’


For the Head’s blog on results day, see here.

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