Pass Rate

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Havant College - Exam Results - A Level Results
... who completed their two-year academic and vocational courses achieved a 98% pass rate. 32 subjects had a 100% pass rate ... In 2008 A 97% pass rate was recorded among students who completed their course, with the majority of students completing achieving A to C grades at A Level ...
Canons High School - Examination Performance - GCSE Examination Performance
... School A*-C Pass Rate 2008 A*-C Pass Rate 2009 A*-C Pass Rate 2010 English Baccalaureate Pass Rate 2010 Canons High School 49% 46% 54% 2% Average for ...
Life In The United Kingdom Test - Pass Rate
... Of the 906,464 tests taken between 2005 and 2009, 263,641 were failed (a pass rate of 70.9%) ... The pass rates for people from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United States were all above 95% ... In contrast, the pass rates for people from Iraq, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Turkey were below 50% ...
Chadwell Heath Academy - Exam Results
... At AS-Level the overall pass rate was 90% and at A2-Level the pass rate was 99% Examination results for 2009 were again high ... Finally at A-Level students achieved a pass rate of 99% ...
State Bar Of California - Lawyer Admissions - The California Bar Examination
... Overall bar exam pass rates tend to hover between 35% and 55%, and are always the lowest in the United States ... "We've got a lot of hack people taking the exam who you really wouldn't want to pass ... We've got enough hacks." The lowest pass rate occurred in February 1983 when 27.7% of takers passed ...

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