Joseph Chamberlain Achieves 99% A-Level Pass Rate for the 4th Year Running

It has been another fantastic year of results for Joseph Chamberlain College and its students, with a 99% A-level pass-rate for the fourth year running and over half of all A-level grades an A or B grade.

Tony Day, Deputy Principal at the College said: “Once again, the exam results achieved by our students are outstanding. Each year, our students make us very proud and, this year, they have once again achieved record results. The extremely high pass rates and the number of A and B grades at A-level, in the first year of the much more challenging linear A-levels, is a testament to the hard work and dedication of all staff and students at Joseph Chamberlain College. It is always such a pleasure to see so many students progressing to their first choice university courses and this year it has been better than ever.”

Top achievers at A-level this year included Neelam Ahmed who achieved a very impressive two A*’s and an A in Business Studies, Maths and Further Maths and is now going on to read Mathematics with Business Management at the University of Birmingham.

Ifra Abdullah also achieved two A*’s and an A in Maths, Chemistry and Biology and is taking Medicine next year at the University of Birmingham. Ifra will be joined by Summon Mir and Sidrah Mehrban who will also be studying medicine at the University of Birmingham.

Robert Speers who studied English Literature, History and Government & Politics, achieved two A*’s and an A and is going on to read History at the University of York. Also achieving exceptionally highly was Lina Dohia who has gained a place at Newnham College, University of Cambridge to study Human, Social and Political Sciences.

Our first year AS-level students also achieved the highest exam results the College has ever seen and our students studying vocational courses have done tremendously well, with the vast majority achieving the highest distinction grades and also progressing to their first choice university courses.