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GCSEGeneral Certificate of Secondary Education (British)
GCSEGlobal Common Subexpression Elimination (compiler optimization)
GCSEGoogle Custom Search Engine
GCSEGeneralized Convulsive Status Epilepticus
GCSEGeneral Computer Self-Efficacy (individual’s judgment of efficacy across multiple computer application domains)
GCSEGreen Chencinski Starkman Eles LLP (chartered accountants; Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
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Headmaster, Julian Murphy, said: "I am delighted with our GCSE results this year.
Mark Shingleton, MPW College Principal said: "The GCSE exams are the most challenging they have ever been, but our small class sizes and regular weekly assessments have ensured that students have been well equipped to achieve the very best grades at GCSE level.'' PARK HALL ACADEMY, CASTLE BROMWICH Dr Toby Close, associate headteacher, and Mr Damian Burgess, executive head teacher, said: "The students, staff and Park Hall community are absolutely delighted with the students' performance in their GCSE examinations.
Lucia picked up six A*s, one A and one B grade, including the A* for physics, to add to GCSEs she took early last year.
Lucia, who dreams of being a doctor, was discharged by doctors and two days after the operation, she sat her physics GCSE.
The vast majority of students taking GCSEs in England in 2019 will receive grades from 9 to 1.
Telford Colleg'se Graham Guest said: "We place a great deal of emphasis on our GCSE maths and English tuition."
Tutor Houseis currently helping hundreds of teenagers prepare for their GCSEs, and has teamed up with its tutors to create a quiz based on recent exams, which start in May and can last until June depending on the subject.
The government has described reformed GCSEs as more demanding, as all exams are taken in one period at the end of the course.
63% of the year group achieved the 'gold standard' of five A*-C GCSE passes including English language and Mathematics, with 20% achieving at least 5 A or A* grades.
Administrative errors accounted for 15 GCSE marks and 15 A-Level marks being changed.
Upton Hall School FCJ in Upton was third, with a 98% GCSE and an 84% English Baccalaureate pass rate.